Wednesday, July 07, 2004

The Seattle Times: Business & Technology: Microsoft CEO tries to "rally the troops" in cost-conscious time

The Seattle Times: Business & Technology: Microsoft CEO tries to "rally the troops" in cost-conscious time "First, Microsoft employees lost the stock-option program, then the laundered towels in company locker rooms. Now, company bean counters are tinkering with the free supply of sodas, and it's not going over well in Redmond.
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As for the management processes, Ballmer said it is necessary to have "integrated innovation" across the company's divisions, especially with 16,000 employees now working on the next version of Windows."
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