Thread regarding Microsoft Corp. layoffs

Microsoft reorganization coming - July 8th 2019

What are your thoughts?

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Will know more on 7/7/2020, but what I am hearing so far may be a good thing for services. We sort of needed a "leadership shift/shakeup here". This change may be a positive one on the services delivery side because we could do much better with delivery overall and so many of us see areas that delivery can improve, but nothing is being done about it. Huge discrepancy between "price to sell" and "what it really takes to deliver well" - something has to change. For what we charge our customers, the expectation is that we have experts. Thats hard to do when 3/4 of your delivery team has less than 18 months of experience.

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Post ID: @5Uwsq+ZRNKh5l

Xbox team hit. It’s in the news already

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Post ID: @kyvi+ZRNKh5l

Well that turned out to be bs

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Post ID: @ajme+ZRNKh5l

365 is a new mkt group now... also, please keep things shuffling, i get a new hoodie with every new reorg

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Post ID: @5ckn+ZRNKh5l

If your product team has been merged into an org with no mandate in your business, get that resume ready and start looking.

Be warned: within the 60 day "warn" period HR will insist on sending interview loop invites to your inaccessible corp account.

Incompetence? Malice? Who knows?

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Post ID: @4kyg+ZRNKh5l

yes, I heard the same from the greyvine. A lot of the changes will be announced on 8th July although some of the announcements are already known to the inner circle. Change is inevitable and sometimes it happens regardless of how hard you try or not try. The person who least depend on job for his daily expenses is the best prepared person. If you get the notice, remember that you did the best given the circumstances. Hold your head up high.

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