Carly Fiorina, CEO of Hewlett-Packard, was fired this past week after a short, six-year stay with the computer and printing company. Even though the company has doubled sales over the last five years, the HP board still decided to begin the search for a new leader. Part of the problem that led up to the firing of Fiorina was the company purchase of Compaq. As the article states, the ex-CEO had a difficult time in getting the two organizations to combine forces and work efficiently. With this new move, it leaves many to wonder if fresh leadership will be the answer to a slowing corporation.