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30+ days ago

User Experience Designer - Microsoft Studios

Microsoft Corporation Redmond, WA

Excited yet? Fantastic! We currently have need of exceptional candidates to help us in achieving our goals. We're looking for a designer who is… ClickCast

30+ days ago

Interaction Designer

Microsoft Corporation Redmond, WA

The newly formed Intelligent Services team at TnR is seeking an Interaction Designer. In this role you will work on a diverse set of projects. These… ClickCast

30+ days ago

Senior Product Designer - Microsoft Devices Design Studio

Microsoft Corporation Redmond, WA

You will be responsible for driving high fidelity ID execution through detailed product design process, including: technical conceptualization… ClickCast

21 days ago

Draughtsman-Mechanical- Product Design

Client Pune

Skill: Catia- 2D and 3D- Drafting,Vehicle design; Exp: 2-3 years; Industry- AutomotiveProfile- Draughtsman- Mechanical- experience in interior and… TimesJobs

30+ days ago

Interaction Designer

Microsoft United Kingdom

Skype is product and customer focused in its approach to delivering world-class, multi-modal voice, video and text communications. At Skype… Microsoft

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Satya Nadella
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    Current Employee - Senior Program Manager in Redmond, WA
    Current Employee - Senior Program Manager in Redmond, WA
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    I have been working at Microsoft full-time (More than 10 years)


    Massive positive culture change in past year - focus on agility, breaking down org silos, utilizing open source. Encouraging more small team projects, but trying to cut out legacy products/teams that are no longer relevant or draining the company. Very good benefits, managers can be good or bad (like any large company). Move away from the bad ones and find the good ones. Dropping stack ranking was a huge improvement.


    Like any large company, there's bureaucracy, politics, whatever. Some teams/orgs are better than others. In general I'd avoid the really big ones (Windows, Office, Bing) and find smaller teams that are more nimble and often have better work/life balance and social cohesion. Pay is very good, but many comparative companies likely offer better compensation (Google for sure). Satya is changing the culture, but it's like moving an aircraft carrier, it takes time and there's plenty of pockets of resistance from folks who are used to the "old school" Microsoft. It'll take time to weed most of them out.

    Advice to Management

    Invest more in developing managers. Spend more time talking and connecting with the hoi polloi and make sure you understand what's really going on.

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