Tracy Keogh, CHRO, HP: Vision, Values and Transformation - The HP Way
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Tracy Keogh, CHRO, HP, discusses ‘The HP Way’, the core values that have driven transformation in HP, whilst keeping people at the heart of everything. Tracy also explores meaningful cultural transformation, talent in the tech landscape, changing performance management, the employee experience, and creating greater diversity and inclusion at every level of the business.
This week, we were treated to a masterclass in vision, values and transformation.
Tracy Keogh is Chief Human Resources Officer of computing giant HP. Since its humble beginnings in the back of a garage in Palo Alto, California, eighty years ago, by Bill Hewlett and David Packard, HP has grown in size and influence to become one of the most influential computer companies in the world. The original Silicon Valley company, HP has hung tough and transformed in an industry of constant flux.
In such a fast-paced existence, how does HP take care of its people? The answer, remarkably, stretches all the way back to their beginnings in 1939, with ‘The HP Way’, and the values that the founders held dear, which continue to resonate within HP’s ranks today.
Tracy Keogh joined Michael Hocking via studio uplink from Palo Alto to discuss meaningful cultural transformation, talent in the tech landscape, changing performance management, the employee experience, and one of Tracy’s dearest passions – creating greater diversity and inclusion at every level of the business.
This is one not to be missed! Enjoy.