Microsoft Windows Ex Chief Steven Sinofsky Joins Harvard Business School As A Teacher

Posted on Dec 20 2012 - 10:40am by Editorial Staff
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It was just only a month ago when Microsoft’s ex Steven Sinofsky left Microsoft, with some speculations around that he was “not being a team player,” leading to which he resigned, while other believes that he refused to add support for tablets in Windows 7. Well, these things now sounds like the things of past, as Sinofsky posted a tweet sharing the world, that he is now going back to Harvard Business School as a teacher to help educate the future leaders.

Microsoft said the time when Sinofsky resigned:

Sinofsky’s duties, much in the way of [former Apple executive Scott] Forstall’s, will be divided among two Microsoft executives. Julie Larson-Green will be in charge of engineering and Tami Reller will be taking charge of the business aspects of Windows. Larson-Green has been with Microsoft since 1993 and has worked on teams behind the new Microsoft Office, UI design of Windows 7 and 8, as well as the original Internet Explorer.

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