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Microsoft's challenge: Innovation, innovation etc.
Former Softies are weighing in publicly about Microsoft’s culture of innovation — or lack thereof — in the past couple of days. What they aren’t doing is offering any real suggestions about how Microsoft can make a company of 90,000 or so employees more agile, less insular and more innovative.
Don Dodge, who was cut in the last round of Microsoft layoffs, only to resurface days later at Google as an evangelist, is extolling the virtues of Macs this week. Dick Brass, who retired from Microsoft in 2004 and was instrumental in the Tablet PC launch, is airing his grievances about what went wrong back in 2000 in an op-ed piece in the New York Times. Bill Hill, the leader of the ClearType team at Microsoft who left Microsoft last summer, has a post on his personal blog that also criticizes Microsoft’s development and commercialization processes.
Microsoft's challenge: Innovation, innovation, innovation | All about Microsoft | ZDNet.com
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|05 Feb 2010||#2|
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Those who are given walking papers from any major corporation are always (it seems) to be ready to tear down the company that told them to take a walk.
For some reason it is never their fault for being released. They are just innocent; what could they have done that got them released. If it wasn't for them the company would have gone broke a long time ago; if it wasn't for them the company would be broke, and a non entity by now. So what the . . .
Sorry I find this type of journalism that is nothing more than an individual whining. . .pass the cheese and crackers please.
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