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  Microsoft reorg: the missing answer
Time: 12:03 EST/17:03 GMT | News Source: The Guardian | Posted By: Byron Hinson

In an 11 July, 2013 memo to Microsoft employees, Steve Ballmer announces a "far-reaching realignment of the company that will enable us to innovate with greater speed, efficiency and capability in a fast changing world." In a few words: Microsoft will switch from a divisional to a functional organisation; from what has often been labeled as silos or even warring fiefdoms to a set of functional groups aligned to execute the company's new "devices and services" strategy. Inevitably, several observers have called this new structure Apple-like, that it's a clone of the model developed and ferociously enforced by Steve Jobs, and now shepherded by Tim Cook. As the healthily satirical Bonkers World visualises, Microsoft wants to move away from this

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