Microsoft Senior Product Manager Jobs & Careers in Redmond, WA

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3 days ago

Account Technology Strategist

Microsoft Redmond, WA

We are looking for a smart, high energy technical leader to work with one of the major OEMs. As an Account Technology Strategist (ATS). The role will… Ivy Exec

10 days ago

Sr. Product Marketing Manager

Microsoft Bellevue, WA

Are you a senior marketing and business leader looking for a new challenge? Do you want to play an important role in driving Windows Azure, System… Ivy Exec

10 days ago

Director Product Marketing Management

Microsoft Bellevue, WA

for launch, readiness, compete and all segment sales and marketing activities to drive demand and revenues. The candidate for this role needs to be… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Compliance Program Manager, Senior

Microsoft Bellevue, WA

The Commerce Platform is Microsoft s service responsible for processing online financial transactions. Being at the financial heart of Microsoft s… Ivy Exec

20 days ago

Senior IT Service Engineer

Microsoft Redmond, WA

Do you have passion for customers? Are you energized by taking on big challenges that have major impacts on large organizations? If so we have the… Experteer

7 days ago

Program Manager 2

Microsoft Redmond, WA

Were looking for a program manager with the right mix of technical depth, Sharepoint knowledge, customer focus, and cross-org collaboration skills to… Experteer

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    No interesting relevant prouts to work on. Very political - all TECHNICAL decisions are made on the basis of how to please the upper ups who are usually - to put it mildly - less technically savvy. What is valued is so called "visibility" rather than true quality of work. And the most ironic of all - while Microsoft is giving the customer one of the best development technologies and environments in the world, it greatly lagging behind in using it for its own products. Management is dominated by the "old school" people who worked in the company at 90s and sometimes in 80s. They invested tremends amount of time in old times coding skills and greatly resent if not always openly resent the use of moving forward with technology and skills coming up with ridiculous excuses to justify it.

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    While making technical decisions try to worry more about what your developers think rather than what Jo the GM will say. Take risks. Have true vision for once. Reword talented hard working people instead of a $$ kissers.

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