Hp Names More Execs in its Dual Company Strategy

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Hp Names More Execs in its Dual Company Strategy

 news 2015-01-27 at 11:56:19 am Views: 682
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    Hp Names More Execs in its Dual Company Strategy
    by Barb Darrow   

    HP has revealed who'll be sitting where once the splitting song stops and the company has broken into HP Inc. and HP Enterprise.

    As previously flagged, current leader Meg Whitman will stay atop HP Enterprise as chair and CEO, backed by the following team:

    Cathie Lesjak will be the Chief Financial Officer
    John Schultz will be the General Counsel
    Henry Gomez will be the Chief Marketing and Communications Officer
    John Hinshaw will be the Chief Customer Officer and lead Technology & Operations
    Martin Fink will be the Chief Technology Officer and lead Hewlett-Packard Labs
    Mike Dallas will be the interim HR leader
    Mike Nefkens will lead the Enterprise Services Group
    Bill Veghte will lead the Hewlett-Packard Enterprise separation efforts and will remain the General Manager of Enterprise Group
    Antonio Neri will remain the day-to-day leader of Enterprise Group
    Robert Youngjohns will lead the Software Group
    Marten Mickos will lead HP Helion and the cloud organization
    Jim Murrin will lead Corporate Strategy
    Bob Mao will be the Chairman of HP China
    Chris Hsu will lead Organizational Performance

    Over at HP Inc, which gets the company's printers and PCs, the current executive veep of HP’s Printing and Personal Systems group Dion Wiesler will – again as expected – emerge as president and CEO. Beneath him will toil the following team:

    Jon Flaxman will be the Chief Operating Officer
    Shane Wall will be the Chief Technology Officer
    Tracy Keogh will lead Human Resources
    Stephen Nigro will lead the Printing Group
    Ron Coughlin will lead the Personal Systems Group
    Enrique Lores will lead the Services and Solutions Group
    Stuart Pann will lead the Supply Chain organization
    Richard Bailey will lead Customer Support and Quality
    Pradeep Jotwani will lead Strategic Business Development
    Christoph Schell will lead the Americas region
    Herbert Koeck will lead the Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA) regions
    Nick Lazaridis will lead the Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) regions

    HP notes there's a few roles too fill: HP Enterprise has a Situation Vacant sign for an HR supremo and HP Inc has no CFO, general counsel or marketing supremo.

    The company promises its headhunting efforts are humming along and will bear fruit “ prior to the separation.”

    Just when that will be remains unknown: the company's promised to tear itself apart some time this year but is yet to reveal the exact date on which the rending will take place. ®