The Carly Fiorina presentations provide critical insight on behalf of one of America's most highly revered businesswomen. Fiorina maintains her dedication to morals and ethics within the work place, no matter the situation. Her belief in values further coincides with her will to foster an accountable employee culture.
Fiorina graduated from Stanford University in 1976 with a Bachelor of Arts where she specialized in the subject of philosophy and medieval history. After a brief and uncompleted stint at the UCLA School of Law in 1976, she continued her education at the University of Maryland with her completion of a Master of Business Administration. Her ambitious nature continued to take her further up the academic ladder, and in 1989 she attained a Master of Science degree at the MIT Sloan School of Management.
Carly Fiorina's distinct views on corporate culture are firmly rooted in her own successes. In 1980 she joined the AT&T corporation as a management trainee and eventually advanced to the position of senior vice president. She followed this in 1999 with her lofty status as chief executive officer of Hewlett-Packard, distinguishing her as one of the most powerful corporate women in the U.S.