Just last February, Panos Pane, head of Microsoft Surface, was promoted to lead the company’s entire Windows software and device teams, and now he’s back in the world – he’s becoming an executive vice president who is a senior Leadership will be part of the team. Which advises Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft. Bloomberg.
We’ve interviewed him many times over the years, and not just because he’s one of the faces of the company – as Microsoft’s chief product officer, he’s been instrumental in creating and introducing many of Microsoft’s Surface devices. Straight hand. Also, yes, it is the one that is constantly pumped.
From a corporate point of view, this means that for the first time since the departure of former Windows chief Terry Myerson in 2018, there will be a meeting at the senior leadership table, which makes sense: then, Nadella will move from Windows to the cloud. Believed it to be, but recently changed his mind.
It is not clear what the move means for Rajesh Jha, who served as EVP of Microsoft Experiments and Devices, or whether we examined the matter on Microsoft’s leadership page. The page seems to have recently been replaced by a short list of “executive officers” instead of the previous list of “senior leaders”, but other Microsoft EVPs such as Xbox boss Phil Spencer and Cloud + AI boss Scott Guttierez is back on the list, and there is no evidence that his character has changed.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella herself has recently become more powerful than ever: in June, she was unanimously elected CEO and chairman of the board, the first person to hold both roles at Microsoft since Bill Gates. ۔
Pane also joined Sonos’ board of directors late last year.