Think Steve Ballmer’s resignation will cure what ails Microsoft? You’re grasping at straws. (No, Nokia isn’t going to help.)
Is Microsoft’s board of directors really doing its job? The evidence says no.
Microsoft is big, bloated, unresponsive, overly complex and nearly impervious to market signals that might spur innovation. Joachim Kempin offers a modest Alexandrian solution.
The world has changed, but both Microsoft and the GOP are clinging to the world as it used to be.
What works in politics doesn’t work in software, as Microsoft is learning — possibly to its regret.
Just use the same tactics that Microsoft used in the old days – embrace, extend, innovate – says a former Microsoft executive.
Bring in a new leader, and get assertive again.