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From the CEO of Microsoft, Satya Nadella, an inspiring account of the transformation of an organisation and the coming transformation of humanity.
As told by Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, Hit Refresh is the story of corporate change and reinvention as well as the story of Nadella's personal journey, one that is taking place today inside a storied technology company, and one that is coming in all of our lives as intelligent machines become more ambient and more ubiquitous. It's about how people, organisations and societies can and must hit refresh - transform - in their persistent quest for new energy, new ideas, relevance and renewal.
At the core it's about us humans and our unique qualities, like empathy, which will become ever more valuable in a world where the torrent of technology will disrupt like never before. As much a humanist as a technologist, Nadella defines his mission and that of the company he leads as empowering every person and every organisation on the planet to achieve more.
©2017 Satya Nadella (P)2017 HarperCollins Publishers
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By Asael Sepúlveda on 02-07-18

Plenty of ideas to reflect and act upon. Inspiring

I enjoyed every part of this book. Covering very diverse subjects - from human aspects of life to the future of technology -, this book can give every reader a lot of ideas to reflect and act on. I hope Satya writes more books.

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By Ankit on 01-11-18

Future Proof Reading

This book is recommended for every reader who wants to know the future plan and upcoming innovation which can change the look and feel of whole world.

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By Mr Scott Riley on 09-29-17

Refreshingly candid!

A genuine account of the road travelled so far by CEO Satya Nadella. No buzz words, no rhetoric and in no way a statement that his quest here is complete. A thoroughly enjoyable listen and an insight into the man at the helm of Microsoft - overseeing 100,000 employees spread across 190 countries. An honest, family man with relatable core values and empathy at the heart of everything he does... empowering every person and every organisation on the planet to do more.

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By ME247 on 09-27-17

A very human voice from the world of technology

Some will value every page of this book, but there’s more than enough variety of content to interest every reader at least in part. Policy makers and business leaders might want to read the latter chapters sooner rather than later!

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By Vijay on 10-09-17

Fantastic

Thanks to Satya and the co-authors for providing an insight in to the future that Microsoft sees. A great book about technology, trust, empathy and business.

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By Roozbeh Mansouri on 01-18-18

Not even an average book!

Would you try another book written by Satya Nadella and Bill Gates - foreword or narrated by Satya Nadella and Shridhar Solanki ?

Prob not by Satya, maybe Bill Gates.

What could Satya Nadella and Bill Gates - foreword have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

The storyline is missing, Satya takes you different direction every paragraph and after 10 minutes you get vertigo.

Did Satya Nadella and Shridhar Solanki do a good job differentiating each of the characters? How?

Not, Satya didn't do a good job!

You didn’t love this book--but did it have any redeeming qualities?

no, It seems someone writing day to day memo and what's going on his daily basis.

Any additional comments?

very disappointed!

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