Satya Nadella - Microsoft

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I'm not even claiming that empathy is innate, it is something that needs to be developed….feedback
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Nov 08 2017
Satya Nadella has most recently been quoted in an article called Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella’s leadership mantra is all about empathy. Satya Nadella said, “I think of empathy as not just as something nice to have but is a core to innovation agenda in the company. …one of the things that I've come to realise is, if I look at what is Microsoft's core business, it is about being able to meet the unmet and unarticulated needs of customers and there is just no way we are going to be able to succeed in doing that if we don't have that deep sense of empathy.”. Satya Nadella has been quoted a grand total of 42 times in 22 articles.
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Sep 27 2017 - Immigration

We always had equal pay for equal work, but it's more about equal opportunity for equal work. I don't want us to be only talking about high-skilled immigration. There's one other quality the United States has, which is a real currency in the world, and that's being a bastion of hope for all the people who need it most. Both of those need to be reserved in any immigration policy that we come up with.feedback

Sep 26 2017 - Microsoft

It's just miniscule. What's important for us is to start making it a daily habit. The strength that we have is around productivity and communications and things that professionals need. Even in a voice-first world just like how [we] put it on iOS and Android, we want to make sure our voice-first applications are available on all platforms, so that's the fundamental construct behind it.feedback

Sep 26 2017 - Microsoft

We as individuals are dealing with change all the time and hitting refresh. We learn from it.feedback

Sep 26 2017 - Microsoft

You don't want to change everything. You want to change the things that really matter.feedback

Sep 26 2017 - Microsoft

It was in 1995, when Bill said, You know, this speech recognition thing is going to be important -- let's get started.feedback

Sep 26 2017 - Microsoft

That's the start of a very healthy franchise. The fact that the U.S. is the beacon of hope and the attraction of talent all over the world is something that we should hold as precious. That's where the criticism comes from, not from everything else.feedback

Sep 26 2017 - Microsoft

In some sense that's the existential question for us 43 years after our formation. One thing that we realized is whatever novel concepts you came up with ultimately will stop being novel. You need to come up with the next thing.feedback

Sep 26 2017 - Microsoft

We always had equal pay for equal work, but it's more about equal opportunity for equal work. In tech, we do have a significant distance to cover.feedback

Sep 26 2017 - Microsoft

I do not view it primarily through a competitive lens – technology today is much more pervasive, and the top five companies by market cap are all very different. The worst mistake I can make is to assume that we should do what they're doing and not be true to our identity.feedback

Sep 26 2017 - Microsoft

That's what makes America exceptional, both being the place where the talent comes and also being the beacon of hope for the people who need hope.feedback

Sep 25 2017 - Microsoft

One aspect of the off-site really bugged me. Here we were with all this talent, all this bandwidth, and all this IQ in one place just talking at each other in the deep woods. And frankly it seems like most of the talking was about poking holes in each other's ideas. Enough. I figured it was time to hit refresh and experiment.feedback

Sep 25 2017 - Microsoft

There was more than a little eye rolling and groaning.feedback

Sep 25 2017 - SpaceX

The core AI principle that guides us at this stage is: How do we bet on humans and enhance their capability? There are still a lot of design decisions that get made, even in a self-learning system, that humans can be accountable for. There's a lot I think we can do to shape our own future instead of thinking, this is just going to happen to us. Control is a choice. We should try to keep that control.feedback

Sep 25 2017 - Microsoft

We were asked to reflect on who we are, both in our home lives and at work. How do we connect our work persona with our life persona? People talked about spirituality, their Catholic roots, their study of Confucian teachings. They shared their struggles as parents and their unending dedication to making products that people love to use for work and entertainment. As I listened to them, I realized that in all my years at Microsoft this was the first time I'd heard my colleagues talk about themselves, not exclusively about business matters. Looking around the room, I even saw a few teary eyes.feedback

Sep 25 2017 - Microsoft

I don't think so. I wish I could.feedback

Sep 25 2017 - Microsoft

The question is, What's the next breakthrough that will allow us to keep up this exponential growth in computing power and to solve problems – whether it's about climate or food production or drug discovery? I think that's where quantum plays a role. It's a natural thing for us to be investing in because we are one of the biggest spenders on cloud computing, and we think of this as our next-generation cloud.feedback

Sep 25 2017 - Microsoft

The reason why I use the word empathy is because the business we are in is to meet the unmet, unarticulated needs of customers. That's what innovation is all about. And there's no way you're going to do that well without having empathy and curiosity.feedback

Sep 18 2017 - Microsoft

Steve was very clear. He just said, Look, this is the most important challenge I have. I don't think this is maybe even a smart decision for you, but I want you to do it. Think wisely, and choose. And by the way, if you fail, there's no parachute. It's not like I'm going to come and rescue you and put you back into your old job.feedback

Aug 30 2017 - Amazon

Ensuring Cortana is available for our customers everywhere and across any device is a key priority for us. Bringing Cortana's knowledge, Office 365 integration, commitments, and reminders to Alexa is a great step toward that goal.feedback

Aug 30 2017 - Amazon

The personality and expertise of each one will be such that if they interoperated, the user will get more out of it. That resonated for me and for him, and then that's what led to the teams working. Hopefully, they'll be inspired by it. At least that would be my hope.feedback

May 10 2017 - Microsoft

Every head of state only cares about one thing: it's about their country first. In the U.S. it's about America first, and in Britain it's about Britain first. Any company that just collects rent internationally, will be in trouble.feedback

Apr 24 2017 - Microsoft

This is how I have approached my own work at Microsoft, from the day I joined in 1992.feedback

Apr 24 2017 - Microsoft

This is an interesting question and one of the fundamental issues: What can a leader do to empower people and at the same time what you can do to empower yourself? I think it is to ascribe more power to others than to ourselves.feedback

Apr 24 2017 - Microsoft

The first is the sense of purpose and mission that is enduring. Technologies will come and go, so you need to be able to both ask and answer the question: What do you do as a company, why do you exist? That's exactly what is captured in our mission. These are the two bookends to me. In fact, I went on a lookout for what's the right metaphor for the cultural dialogue. Putting up a poster in a conference room with some attributes of a new culture never works. You read it once and never remember it again.feedback

Apr 24 2017 - LinkedIn

I want to be able to democratize AI so that any customer using these products is able to, in fact, take their own data and load it into AI for themselves. I think that's the only way to long-term change this game, because if all we did was replace somebody else's (sales), or (finance) application, that's of no value, quite frankly.feedback

Apr 20 2017 - Microsoft

It's about your mobility, your ability to get work done as an individual or as a team, when you have lots and lots of screens and computers around you.feedback

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