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Meg Whitman’s Cubicle at HP

When Meg Whitman took over as CEO of HP, she decided to change the elitist HP executive culture that had sprouted since the days of Carly Fiorina (CEO from 1999 to 2005).

One of the first things she did was to make all the executives, including herself, give up their private offices and work in into ordinary cubicles just like the rank and file employees. That’s a bow to the startup culture in the Silicon Valley, where CEOs tend to work at desks in open and shared spaces just like everyone else.

No one had thes chance to see her cubicle until this week. The NBC got the first glimpse of it. And you can now discover what her cubicle looks like:

The side-by-side offices of HP founders Bill Hewlett and David Packard remain vacant and are preserved as shrines.

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