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Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on empathy and innovation
In this week’s Computer Weekly, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella explains why he has made empathy a key part of technology innovation at the software giant. We examine the latest developments in the debate over the tax status of IT contractors in the public sector and the IR35 reforms they claim are hampering digital government projects. And we ask if an emphasis on creativity will help attract more young people to work in IT. Read the issue now.
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Speaking at the London launch of his Hit Refresh book, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella revealed how a shortfall in empathy nearly cost him a job at the firm in the 1990s
Stakeholders are accusing HMRC of trying to suppress their take on how the tax avoidance reforms are affecting contractors, following claims their views were omitted from the latest IR35 Forum minutes
Many believe the UK computing curriculum should put more emphasis on creativity to prepare young people for an automated future