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One of the last major initiatives former CEO Steve Ballmer launched before he left Microsoft was its Surface effort. It was designed to address the concern that the iPod would take over the PC world. During the Surface launch last week, it wasn’t hard to see that Ballmer was right conceptually. It just took Satya Nadella to execute, showcasing that Ballmer didn’t have a strategic problem concerning direction — he had an execution problem about making his vision real. His problem was under-resourcing, not lack of vision.
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