Mixed reality, artificial intelligence, and quantum computing are path breaking technologies: Satya Nadella
Nadella is in Delhi, as part of a two-day visit to India to promote his book Hit Refresh. The 50-year old CEO was in Hyderabad to visit the company's campus.
Satya Nadella finds 'empathy' and 'learning from life experiences' to be the primary factors behind success
Satya Nadella also spoke about his love for cricket and the lessons he learned from the sport that is relevant to a corporate boardroom as well.
Former India coach Anil Kumble says disciplined upbringing made him champion cricketer, led to nickname 'headmaster'
Former India coach Anil Kumble, known to give it all on the field, attributed his approach to a disciplined upbringing that eventually got him the unpopular tag of a 'headmaster' later in his illustrious career.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella interacted with employees and talked about his book 'Hit Refresh', while also speaking about his journey in the company.
Satya Nadella, who will be in India on 6 November to 7 November, will visit Hyderabad and Delhi .
Microsoft founder Bill Gates praises the company CEO Satya Nadella for helping it stand out in the industry
It was no surprise to me that once Nadella became Microsoft's CEO, he immediately put his mark on the company, writes Bill Gates.
Satya Nadella is all praise for digitisation in India including Aadhaar, India Stack and the entrepreneurial spirit
The comments in Nadella's new book, Hit Refresh are along the lines of remarks made during previous visits to India.
Satya Nadella, the Microsoft CEO who kept the company relevant as its primary PC software business faded, could write a book about the challenges he faced.
With his permanent residency coming in the way of his newly wed wife joining him in the US, Satya Nadella surrendered his Green Card and applied for a H1-B visa, a move which gave him instant notoriety around the Microsoft Campus in Redmond, the Indian-born CEO has revealed.