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QUIZ 5: ANALYSIS CHAPTER 14
Students: Lê Trung Hiếu . SB01319. _ FB0901
Microsoft: from an Organizational Behavior perspective
Software giant Microsoft is 36 years old and struggling. The competitive landscape faced by Microsoft today consists primarily of companies founded after 1998. In addition to the obvious age disparity, there are various (and well documented) differences in organizational structure, company culture, and product orientation that are motivating significant changes in Microsoft’s approach to leadership. Namely, our analysis will address changes in power distribution and culture in order to assess Microsoft’s position in the market relative to Google, Facebook, Apple, etc.

After Bill Gates left his post in 2000, Steve Ballmer took over as chief executive officer and Ray Ozzie was brought in as chief software architect. As of 2008, Gates was practically phased out, and began dedicating most of his time to his non-profit. Some critics describe Gates’ move as avoidance of the innovator’s dilemma, suggesting that he left while Microsoft was at its best. Since 2000, we have seen Apple and Google rise above Microsoft with an ever-widening gap in stock price and market share, effectively ‘cornering’ the incumbent. Comparing financials among these technology giants clearly shows that Microsoft is struggling to keep pace with its rival brands. But what qualitative evidence complements this claim?

We can begin to shed some light on the issue by considering two major changes in the role of technology companies. The first is sheer product line expansion. Companies competing in the large-scale tech space serve consumers through more product functions than ever before, including mobile, cloud, tablet, PC, music, television, and enterprise services. This perpetual creation of new product types forces the supporting organization to adapt by constantly…...

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