Leadership Team

Microsoft !&
Mar 13 6 Comments

Lots of orgs in Microsoft have an email alias for their virtual leadership teams. My M2 (who is a partner) also has such a LT alias, which includes my M1 and her peers, sever other principal/senior team members (but not all seniors are included), as well as ALL PMs regardless of their levels.

What do they communicate using this LT alias? Why not they communicate directly with each other or use the common group email alias? Why are all the PMS included in the LT, even for those junior-level PMs? Are they sharing special “benefits” or “opportunities” among their inner circle (e.g., opportunities to go for conferences, opportunities for promotion recommendations, etc.)?


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TOP 6 Comments
  • Microsoft


    Taco Bell, Campbell Soup, Jack in the Box
    They are using the alias to talk shit about you.
    Mar 13 0
  • New / Eng pHXp44
    No, they’re just using it for leadership conversations to not distract low level engineers. It’s not a big conspiracy.
    Mar 13 0
  • Microsoft Darth G
    Preparing for reviews with senior leadership. Backlog grooming. Resourcing. Planning.
    Mar 13 0
  • Microsoft Darth G
    You’re paranoid
    Mar 13 0
  • Microsoft !&
    What do “leadership conversations” look like? Why would such conversions distract lower level engineers?
    Mar 13 1
    • Leanplum blings
      Are you involved in all discussions that your government officials have?
      Mar 13


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