I guess we can now safely strike off one name of the list. No many, if any, believed Steven Sinofsky could return back to lead Microsoft after the retirement of Steve Ballmer. And now we can be even surer that the former Windows 7 boss will not come back at Microsoft in a CEO position — as it was revealed today that...

Steven Sinofsky may have exited Microsoft without a sound last year, but the former high-profile executive has been regularly in the news ever since. Reports started to pop up occasionally about the reasons behind his exit, along with financial details. Apparently, the former Windows boss was still had to work out a...

It has been a while since we have heard from Steven Sinofsky, the former Windows boss who decided to part ways with Microsoft soon after the launch of Windows 8, the company’s newest operating system he helped build. And now the former senior executive has talked about the new OS and Microsoft’s Surface tablets in a...

This is a good one for therapists and psychologists in training. In a post that will no doubt be scrutinized in coming days, former Windows chief Steven Sinofsky put together a VERY comprehensive post on the practice of managing through disagreement. In typical Sinofsky fashion, it’s very detailed and comprehensive but...

Steven Sinofsky recently posted a tweet using a — wait for it — iPhone. While he is free to do so from any device, even moon rock, if he can, but some circles in the technology industry criticized him and saw this as an attempt to dump Microsoft products. Fan boys and girls, eh? The former Windows boss gave his reason...

A few months ago, the Obama administration did something that quite frankly was pretty shameful. They let word leak that they were considering Susan Rice for the Secretary of State position and then they let her dangle in the wind for weeks as opponents savaged her in the press. Now this isn’t a political blog and...

Former Windows Head Steven Sinofsky updated his blog with a disturbingly detailed recounting of CES 2013. Ironically, if you didn’t attend CES this year, this blog post actually does a great job in giving you the highlights of the event. Titled “Learning by Sharing: Snark-free CES observations“, the blog post has a lot...

The man may have left the party, but not the news. Last month Steven Sinofsky announced on his Twitter account that he would start teaching at Harvard Business School in Massachusetts this spring. He has now created a new personal blog, by the name of “Learning by Shipping”, where (in his own words) he aims to share...

Real interesting. Former Windows and Windows Live president Steven Sinofsky abruptly left Microsoft but now we know his next move. Sinofsky tweeted that he will be teaching at the Harvard Business School this spring. Excited to return to @HarvardHBS to teach again this spring! New perspectives, recharge, share...

Mrs. Larson-Green, As we all know, Steven Sinofsky is gone. The torch has officially been passed from Mr. Sinofsky to you, Steve Ballmer and Tami Reller. As a Microsoft Corporate Vice President, responsible for Program Management of the Windows Client, it’s probably fair to say that you are firmly in charge at this...