Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has for quite some time been an enthusiast of dropping abstract references into business discussion. He cited Nietzsche in a financial specialist call. He's reworded Oscar Wilde in a representative update. He's tweeted book records that incorporate Plato and Piaget, and shared bits of knowledge about cooperation from a true to life story of the paddling group that won the 1936 Olympics. .
Presently he is a writer with his very own book. At the point when Nadella's book, "Hit Refresh," hits retires this week, he'll join the few sitting CEOs who've composed their own books while still at work. Indeed, even less have done as such this right off the bat in their residency: Nadella turned out to be just the third CEO of Microsoft in February 2014. Part journal, part administration control, part futurist vision of innovation, the new book portrays how Nadella has been rethinking a maturing tech goliath into a more open, more community culture concentrated on putting versatile and distributed computing first.
Satya Nadella turned into the Microsoft's third CEO in 2014 subsequent to working at the organization for a long time. From that point forward, he has produced $250 billion in showcase esteem for Microsoft. Nadella joins "CBS This Morning" to talk about his new book, "Hit Refresh: The Quest to Rediscover Microsoft's Soul and Imagine a Better Future for Everyone," which relates his own and expert voyage of changing the organization.