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Origins Chapter 1 of 15
Origins shares stories about the heart & soul of one of Silicon Valley's first great technology companies, as told by Bill Hewlett, Dave Packard, employees and frien...
Origins Chapter 2 of 15
Bill and Dave started the company on about $500...a good idea...a house...a shack...and a garage. (2 of 14).
Origins Chapter 3 of 15
"The company was formed in a different way from most modern companies. It was formed on a friendship."(3 of 14).
Origins Chapter 4 of 15
"A purpose of a company is not to make money. It makes money in order to be able to do what it's really all about, and in our case, that's to make a contribution."(4...
Origins Chapter 5 of 15
"HP was a business, and these men were dedicated to increasing revenues and increasing profits. After that, all the good things followed." (5 of 14).
Origins Chapter 6 of 15
"You weren't just building a product. You were building a company of people."(6 of 14).
Origins Chapter 7 of 15
"What we tried to engender is this attitude that it's everybody's business to do a good job. Hopefully, we'll all benefit if we do so."(7 of 14).
Origins Chapter 8 of 15
"Bill challenged his engineers to build this thing [the HP-35 calculator] and make it the size of his shirt pocket." (8 of 14).
Origins Chapter 9 of 15
"Dave and Bill, looking at the international market, saw it as a place to go out and get more of the best minds in the world. So, they always viewed it as a source o...
Origins Chapter 10 of 15
"Titles don't matter. Which degree you have and from which school doesn't matter. It's, "Are you part of this team and what can you contribute to it, and are you doi...
Origins Chapter 11 of 15
"Dave wanted to make a statement that maverickness is expected in a way. So these guys built a process that invited, accepted and rewarded innovation." (11 of 14).
Origins Chapter 12 of 15
Dave and Bill were people who just loved...change. It didn't matter how big HP got. To them, change was something that they always looked at and said, "Where is the ...