Microsoft’s New CEO Satya Nadella’s Secret to Management Success is Cricket!

dreamstime_xs_26560801Indians love to play cricket. No doubt about that. Many technocrats and Indians working in the tech sector love to play this sport. The new CEO of Microsoft – Satya Nadella is no different. He grew up playing cricket, in fact was good at it. Satya represented his high school – Hyd
erabad Public School.

After completing his electrical engineering in India, he went to study in University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee for masters in computer science. From University of Chicago, he completed his MBA. However, cricket is the game that taught the management mantras and ways to run a company.

“I think playing cricket taught me more about working in teams and leadership that has stayed with me throughout my career,” said Nadella.

Satya Nadella loves the purest form of cricket – test cricket.

“I love it,” said Nadella.

“There’s so many subplots in it, it’s like reading a Russian novel.”

Certainly, the game of cricket can teach the management people the art of handling the team, handling the pressure. Playing the game of cricket is like a training ground for corporate from where they can learn the trades of the corporate world.

Satya Nadella mentioned that cricket taught him the true meaning of teamwork and leadership. Apart from cricket, he is “defined by curiosity and thirst for learning.”

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Satya Nadella’s contribution in the field of IT would certainly make India proud and of course, he would continue to play cricket and learn management tactics on the field.

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