HP Turbo-charges New Business Creation

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Hewlett Packard (HP) is a leader in innovation. The success of its merger with Compaq created an opportunity to develop entirely new areas of the business. Executives recognized that this would require exploring radically new ideas and managing the tremendous uncertainty surrounding moving into new businesses. Discover how implementing new project evaluation processes and software helped them deal with this challenge.

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