Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina says that she “believes in unlocking human potential”. That sounds great, but it’s a little vague. Unlocking human potential isn’t one of the explicit powers of the President of the United States. So, if we’re going to understand explicitly what
The Wall Street Journal called Carly Fiorina leadership style “autocratic”. The Business Insider calls Fiorina’s lack of executive skills “disastrous”. The Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership refers to Fiorina as a “bully” and a “notable tyrant”.
The ancient technology corporation Hewlett Packard (long since KFC’ed to “HP”) is trying to recast itself as young and rebellious with a social media campaign this week. Here’s a sample from the microblogging platform Twitter: Show us what you’re doing to #BendTheRules and get your
Hewlett Packard may have tools to protect corporate laptops from curious teenagers, but HP offers no protection from the unconstitutional, encryption-crushing Big Brother electronic surveillance programs of the NSA.