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Silicon Valley Tour in Luxury Car or Minivan
633,93 € *
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You will learn about the history of San Francisco and Bay Area as well as why Silicon Valley is here and how it started.We will pick you from your hotel or residence and take you down to the Silicon Valley. You will see the Oracle campus, the Emerald City and the Trimaran of Larry Ellison.You will see both Facebook campuses, home of Steve Jobs, garage where Hewlett and Packard started Silicon Valley. You will walk  with a student guide exploring the highlights of Stanford’s beautiful campus. 2 hours walking tour.You will visit the Google Campus.You will visit the new Apple Park Visitor Center.

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
Stand: 21.09.2020
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Private Silicon Valley Tour from San Francisco
659,29 € *
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You will learn about the history of San Francisco and Bay Area as well as why Silicon Valley is here and how it started.We will pick you from your hotel or residence and take you to Silicon Valley. You will see and make pictures in front of Oracle Campus and Trimaran of Larry Ellison, both Facebook campuses, and Garage where Hewlett and Packard started Silicon Valley. We will show you the Home of Steve Jobs. You will take a 2 hours walking tour of Stanford University Campus.You will visit the Google Campus and make pictures with Android.You will visit the new Apple Park Visitor Center.

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
Stand: 21.09.2020
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Private Full Day Tour to Sillicon Valley from S...
813,00 € *
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Pick up will be from your hotel or place of choice inside the city of San Francisco. After meeting with your driver-guide, we will head towards Silicon Valley. Before leaving San Francisco, and depending where your hotel/accommodation is located, you will enjoy a brief panoramic view of the city. This would include having a view of Golden Gate Bridge as well as Fisherman’s Wharf.We will head towards the Santa Clara Valley to reach Silicon Valley. In Silicon Valley, you can find the startups and the technological companies. The drive will be around 90 minutes. Our driver – guide is at your disposition during the full day tour and will explain many anecdotes and stories about Silicon Valley and their geniuses!We will arrange a stop to the headquarters of Facebook, Peers Park of Palo Alto, Stanford University, Google, Apple Park Visitor Center and much more! We will pass by a garage where Bill Hewlett and David Packard started HP and many more.SAVE COVID-19 SAFE

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
Stand: 21.09.2020
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Perfect Enough: Carly Fiorina and the Transform...
9,95 € *
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Fresh from her triumph at Lucent, Carly Fiorina took command of Hewlett-Packard in July 1999. Suddenly a woman was running one of the largest technology companies on earth, venturing farther than anyone else dared into traditional men's territory. This wasn't just the engineer's realm of bits and bytes, this was the guys' world of beer blasts, rolled-up shirt sleeves, and deer-hunting trips to the founders' ranch.Perfect Enough is the definitive account of her daredevil bid to remake HP with a record-shattering $20 billion acquisition of archrival Compaq Computer. It is a story with unexpected heroes, courage in the face of disaster, and a struggle so fierce that it could only be settled in a courtroom showdown. Not since the late 1980s, when Wall Street operatives battled over the fate of RJR Nabisco, has a takeover drama so decisively moved beyond the business pages and become an enduring passage in American History.Looming in the background for the entire story are the ghosts of Dave Packard and Bill Hewlett. The two men will forever be American heroes; they founded Hewlett-Packard in a Palo Alto garage during the Great Depression and built it into what was widely known as "the best outfit on earth." Some of the book's most searingly emotional scenes come when Carly Fiorina and Bill Hewlett's oldest son, Walter, fight to the point of exhaustion about which of them is truly the rightful heir to the founders' legacy.In Perfect Enough, Anders draws on unparalleled access to Hewlett-Packard insiders and board members, including dissident Walter Hewlett, to write about a takeover battle that rocked Wall Street, stunned the computer industry, and is still being digested today. It is a spellbinding chronicle of hope, ambition, betrayal, despair, and family pride. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Rick Adamson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rhau/000117/bk_rhau_000117_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 21.09.2020
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Make It New: The History of Silicon Valley Desi...
9,95 € *
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California's Silicon Valley is home to the greatest concentration of designers in the world: corporate design offices at flagship technology companies and volunteers at nonprofit NGOs; global design consultancies and boutique studios; research laboratories and academic design programs. Together they form the interconnected network that is Silicon Valley. Apple products are famously "designed in California", but, as Barry Katz shows in this first-ever, extensively illustrated history, the role of design in Silicon Valley began decades before Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak dreamed up Apple in a garage. Offering a thoroughly original view of the subject, Katz tells how design helped transform Silicon Valley into the most powerful engine of innovation in the world. From Hewlett-Packard and Ampex in the 1950s to Google and Facebook today, design has provided the bridge between research and development, art and engineering, technical performance and human behavior. Katz traces the origins of all of the leading consultancies - including IDEO, frog, and Lunar - and shows the process by which some of the world's most influential companies came to place design at the center of their business strategies. At the same time, universities, foundations, and even governments have learned to apply "design thinking" to their missions. Drawing on unprecedented access to a vast array of primary sources and interviews with nearly every influential design leader - including Douglas Engelbart, Steve Jobs, and Don Norman - Katz reveals design to be the missing link in Silicon Valley's ecosystem of innovation. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Sean Ptratt. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/gdan/001761/bk_gdan_001761_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 21.09.2020
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Hewlett-Packard
45,00 € *
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From a garage near the city of Palo Alto Hewlett-Packard has expanded and proved itself to be one of the leading forces in the IT business. Today it is worth billions of dollars, employing hundreds of thousands of people and forever shaping the scene (both technologically and economically) of the renowned Silicon Valley. This book is dedicated to the prestigious IT brand, allowing you to have a closer look at the Hewlett-Packard success story.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 21.09.2020
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The HP Way
9,76 CHF *
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In the fall of 1930, David Packard left his hometown of Pueblo, Colorado, to enroll at Stanford University, where he befriended another freshman, Bill Hewlett. After graduation, Hewlett and Packard decided to throw their lots in together. They tossed a coin to decide whose name should go first on the notice of incorporation, then cast about in search of products to sell. Today, the one-car garage in Palo Alto that housed their first workshop is a California historic landmark: the birthplace of Silicon Valley. And Hewlett-Packard has produced thousands of innovative products for millions of customers throughout the world. Their little company employs 98,400 people and boasts constantly increasing sales that reached $25 billion in 1994. While there are many successful companies, there is only one Hewlett-Packard, because from the very beginning, Hewlett and Packard had a way of doing things that was contrary to the prevailing management strategies. In defining the objectives for their company, Packard and Hewlett wanted more than profits, revenue growth and a constant stream of new, happy customers. Hewlett-Packard's success owes a great deal to many factors, including openness to change, an unrelenting will to win, the virtue of sustained hard work and a company-wide commitment to community involvement. As a result, HP now is universally acclaimed as the world's most admired technology company; its wildly successful approach to business has been immortalized as The HP Way. In this book, David Packard tells the simple yet extraordinary story of his life's work and of the truly exceptional company that he and Bill Hewlett started in a garage 55 years ago.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 21.09.2020
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The HP Way
8,99 € *
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In the fall of 1930, David Packard left his hometown of Pueblo, Colorado, to enroll at Stanford University, where he befriended another freshman, Bill Hewlett. After graduation, Hewlett and Packard decided to throw their lots in together. They tossed a coin to decide whose name should go first on the notice of incorporation, then cast about in search of products to sell. Today, the one-car garage in Palo Alto that housed their first workshop is a California historic landmark: the birthplace of Silicon Valley. And Hewlett-Packard has produced thousands of innovative products for millions of customers throughout the world. Their little company employs 98,400 people and boasts constantly increasing sales that reached $25 billion in 1994. While there are many successful companies, there is only one Hewlett-Packard, because from the very beginning, Hewlett and Packard had a way of doing things that was contrary to the prevailing management strategies. In defining the objectives for their company, Packard and Hewlett wanted more than profits, revenue growth and a constant stream of new, happy customers. Hewlett-Packard's success owes a great deal to many factors, including openness to change, an unrelenting will to win, the virtue of sustained hard work and a company-wide commitment to community involvement. As a result, HP now is universally acclaimed as the world's most admired technology company; its wildly successful approach to business has been immortalized as The HP Way. In this book, David Packard tells the simple yet extraordinary story of his life's work and of the truly exceptional company that he and Bill Hewlett started in a garage 55 years ago.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 21.09.2020
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