Microsoft: Competing on Talent (A) Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Describes the evolution of the philosophy of human resources Microsoft, policy and practice, and how they are used as the main competitive advantages of the company. In particular, the focus is on how Microsoft tried to retain its ability to attract, develop, motivate and retain top-notch talent, as it grew from start-up to a global behemoth. Caused by high-level, high-level departures in 1999, the company must decide if it is time to change your "hard core" of culture began. "Hide
by Christopher A. Bartlett, Meg Wo┼║ny Source: Harvard Business School 28 pages. Publication Date: March 2, 2000. Prod. #: 300001-PDF-ENG

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