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Aug 2020
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Mentorship Session: Jim Nottingham - The HP Way

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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Event Details


The structure of this event will be:

  • Check-in and Networking, 2:00-2:30
  • Speaker Presentation 2:30-3:30
  • Q&A Session / Meet and Greet 3:30-4:00

Topics include:

  • Best practices for strategic planning.
  • Attracting talent to rural area (How did HP contributed to the growth of the tech scene in Boise city development — before it became the fastest growing city in the nation)
  • Ideal location for enterprise expansion.

This mentorship session is open to business and community leaders.

Cost: FREE


Speaker Bio:

Jim Nottingham is currently GM and Global Head of Workstations and Virtual Reality within HP’s Personal Systems business.  Jim’s organization is responsible for the planning, development and execution of all Workstation and Commercial Virtual Reality products, including Desktop & Mobile Workstations and VR headsets and backpacks.  This business represents $3.5B in annual revenue for HP, Inc.

Previously, Jim led different businesses units in the print market. As the WW Head of the OPS Development & Technology organization, he had global responsibility for all aspects of product and technology development for the HP LaserJet Portfolio, including R&D integration and product development associated with the Samsung Print Acquisition. Jim also led the Quality and Product Reliability functions within the LaserJet business. His organization was responsible for driving sustained and significant improvement in overall quality, customer experience, and product innovation.

Jim joined HP’s Boise Printer Division in 1992 as an R&D engineer and architect. In 1997 he briefly left HP to join a startup company, In System Design, serving in multiple capacities, but returned in 2000 as an R&D Manager while completing his Master’s degree in Technology Management. 

Jim holds BS and MS degrees in Electrical Engineering from Utah State University. He and his wife Sherry have three children, Jessica, Tori, and Kyle, and eight grandchildren.