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Microsoft Needs to Stop Sending Memos Because They’re Not Very Good At It

18
Jul
2014

In an email to employees Thursday, Stephen Elop, executive vice president of Microsofts Devices Group, outlined the companys strategy following the mass firing announced this morning. It seems no one at Microsoft can write an email of reasonable length, as Elops memo is 1,112 words. Elop was previously the head at Nokia, before Microsoft bought the company and gave him the role of Microsoft EVP. He takes several paragraphs to discuss Microsofts strategy — you know, the one almost half of his employees wont get to be a part of.

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