When Steven Sinofsky left Microsoft earlier last month, the tech industry knew that a good future is waiting for the 47-year old Microsoft veteran who was instrumental in the success of Windows 7 and Windows 8. So, if you’re wondering how Steven Sinofsky is doing, perhaps you will be interested to know that he is now a Harvard professor. Sinofsky made the announcement on Twitter saying, “Excited to return to @HarvardHBS to teach again this spring! New perspectives, recharge, share experiences, write.”
When asked about the details of his job, Sinofsky says that he is now the “Executive in Residence,” and will be doing some research, writing, teaching on product development, planning, collaboration, and many others. Apparently Sinofsky isn’t new to Harvard. He actually co-authored a book entitled “One Strategy: Organization, Planning, and Decision Making” with Harvard Business School professor Marco Iansiti, and even served as a “visiting scholar” there in 1998, as evidenced by some of his writings.
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