SINOFSKY: If These Three Things Keep Happening, Your Management Style Needs To Change

SINOFSKY: If These Three Things Keep Happening, Your Management Style Needs To Change

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New Being a good manager requires being a leader, not a micromanaging editor, former president of Microsoft's Windows division Steven Sinofsky writes on his blog.  Sinofsky is the guy who made Microsoft Office a powerhouse and then saved Windows after Vista was a complete bust. He was also Bill Gates' right...
SINOFSKY: If These Three Things Keep Happening, Your Management Style Needs To Change
                                       

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