In his most recent interview, the CEO of Microsoft described the company’s plans to reform Blizzard Management System after completing its acquisition process. The work and culture of this collection.
After the acquisition of Activision Blizzard by Microsoft, some are waiting for the company to take steps to improve Activision Blizzard’s work culture and management system, although before the purchase is finalized, Microsoft will only be able to outline its plans and implement them later.
In an interview with CNBC recently, Microsoft CEO Brad Smith said that Microsoft should see the activation of Activision Blizzard’s work culture, and from now until the purchase agreement is finalized, it will monitor the performance and behavior of employees. Brad Smith added:
“I think one of the things that will be needed to address cultural issues and some conflicts in the workplace is a combination of commitment and humility.
You have to be committed to your efforts to improve the situation. As you know, from today until the closing date of the contract, we are looking to create a management team at Activision Blizzard to prioritize their day-to-day culture and workplace safety. Then we will take responsibility for management and we should have the same commitment. I think humility is also important. “The day you think your job is done and you can declare victory is probably the day you sacrifice the values you wanted to promote.”
Regarding the current Activision Blizzard management team, Smith said that some aspects of its members’ work will change, but in the end they (the Microsoft management team and the Activision Blizzard management team) will be together as a new team working together: “Most importantly, we want to see cultural evolution. From now until the day the contract is signed, assuming it is approved, we will monitor the quality of staff performance so that we can finally have the opportunity to ensure that the right people are in the right position.”
“We all have to live in a world we’s under surveillance,” Brad Smith said when asked about Microsoft’s $ 68.7 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard. It has been officially announced that Bobby Kotik will retain his position as CEO of the series, at least for now.
She and her team must continue to work to further strengthen the work culture and accelerate the growth of business.(feminine)
According to Bobby Kotik, once Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard is completed, he will still be available to make sure things are going well, given Koutik’s past performance and the many problems he has created in the workplace under his management. Most audiences, media and employees want him to leave the company, so it is unlikely that this will happen after the completion of Activision Blizzard.