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Alphabet Inc. Chairman John Hennessy Professional Ethics

I am sure that you have heard the name “GOOGLE”. But do you know that GOOGLE is a child concern of the “Alphabet Inc”? Today we will know a lot of things about the chairman of Alphabet Inc. Mr.  John Hennessy.

Professional Ethics of The Chairman of Alphabet Inc. Mr. John Hennessy

John Hennessy, who is the Alphabet Chairman, interviewed by The wall street journal‘s journalist about professional ethics.

Here is the full interview of him with The Wall Street journal.

Question 1. What’s the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning?

-The first thing I do is put on a robe and make myself a coffee.

Question 2.Your first computer was-

-My first computer was a Radio shack trash ad.

Question 3. As you were the head of Stanford’s department of computer science and later the school’s president, then who were the better Stanford students? The founders of Yahoo or the founders of Google?

-They were both excellent students, but they each made an impressive different contribution. Yahoo figured out how to make advertising work on the internet, and Google decided how to do significant research.

Question 4. What’s one class everyone in business should take?

-I think everyone should take a class that emphasizes algorithmic thinking and the basics of computing.

Question 5. The best way to run a meeting is-

-Run it focused on time and keep it short.

Question 6. The most significant disruption to your workday is-

-Unwanted phone calls usually about people’s problems.

Question 7. You have been called “The Godfather of Silicon Valley,” who plays you in the movie Al Pacino or Robert De Niro?

-No, my wife wants Al Pacino deployment.

Question 8. Speaking of Standford alums, would you instead play golf with Tiger Woods or go to the Oscars with Reese Witherspoon?

-I think I would instead go to the Oscars because of my better observer than I am a golfer.

Question 9. Android or iPhone?

-Android

Question 10. The hardest thing being a Chairman of the board is-

-ensuring that a group of highly capable people make a significant contribution to making the company better.

Question 11. What is one attribute that every good board member should have?

-A willingness to speak up and try to make a real contribution and whatever their particular expertise is.

Question 12. What’s your most prized personal possession?

-well, I don’t exactly own my family, but they are my most prized possessions.

Question 13. What’s the difference between a leader and a manager?

-A leader takes a group of people in a direction they need to go. It’s often complicated. A manager figures out the logistics that need to be solved along the way.

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Daily Routine and Work Ethics

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Daily Routine and Professional Ethics

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In this interview, we will know about Satya Nadella’s daily routine and professional ethics.

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Daily Routine

Microsoft CEO Mr. Satya Nadella faced an interview with The wall street journal (get a free subscription) about how he runs meetings and hires and about his daily routine.

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Question 1. You love to work in the morning or at night?

– He replied, a morning person.

Question 2. Morning coffee person or tea guy?

– Coffee in the morning and tea in the afternoon.

Question 3. What’s the first thing you do when you wake up?

– I ware my running shoes.

Question 4. What’s on your work desk right now?

-Too many computers to count.

Question 5. What’s on your smartphone home screen?

-Ah! The number one icon wonder list.

Question 6. Comic Sans good or bad fault?

-Good fun.

Question 7. Favorite workday time-waster?

-Cortana jokes.

Question 8. Favorite personal possession?

-Oh, cricket bat signed by Sachin Tendulkar.

Question 9. Would you instead go to a clipper game with Steve Ballmer or play bridge with Bill Gates?

-I think I will play. I will go to a Clippers game with Steve Ballmer.

Question 10. How do you run a meeting?

– listen to more talk less and be decisive when the time comes.

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Question 11. The one trait that I look for in new hires is –

-do they create clarity do they create energy.

Question 12. If you could explain cricket rules to somewhat in the US. Then What’s the one thing you would tell?

– It is impossible.

Question 13. Who has been the most significant influence?

– My parents as my dad is an economic leftist Marxist and my mom was a Sanskrit drama professor. They could hardly agree on anything. So, therefore, it gave me the room to form my own opinions, but they had high values, and that helped.

Question 14 What’s the best professional advice you have been given?

– Believe in yourself more so than you think you do.

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Youtube CEO Susan Wojcicki Daily Routine

You and I can not imagine a day without YouTube. Do you know why?

Because YouTube gave us the power to control the entertainment world.

Interview of The CEO of YouTube

CEO Susan Wojcicki of Youtube interviewed to the journal “The wall street.” Here goes the full discussion of Susan Wojcicki-

She has been asked, is she morning person or night owl?

-She answered the night owl.

Coffee drinker or tea fan?

-Coffee drinker.

What’s the primary activity you do after getting up in the morning?

-Rollover or see over if I can sleep longer.

What’s the other app you like on your smartphone except youtube?

-Waze as it gets her quickly in places efficiently.

In terms of the memes keyboard cat or sneezing panda?

– Probably keyboard cat.

How often do you skip the ad?

– I probably like watching the ads, and I think It’s essential for me to see the ads, maybe every other time.

Would you hire someone who mispronounced your last name?

-Yes, since otherwise, I probably won’t be able to hire anyone since everyone mispronounced is my name.

Describe your management style in one word.

-Supportive.

How do you run a meeting?

-I like to have a clear plan to know what we are trying to get done and get it done as quickly as viable and go on.

Who has been the most considerable influence on you?

-Probably my mom and dad as my dad he is the professor of physics and so he is very analytical and functional at systematically approaching problems and then my mom because she is always up for fun and doing something a little crazy and a little bit untraditional. So, I think I have both sides to me.

You say you and your husband often make it home for dinner with your kids. So, how do you?

-I try to prioritize my time in the office and focus on what’s most essential and get that done as quickly as possible, and then I usually close my workplace at a sensible time like 6:00 pm and have no email from 6.00 to 9:00 which is hard to do. Still, I work hard to do that and also try to focus on kids and family and then in the evening after they have all gone to bed. Then I will recheck email and see what happened during those three hours.

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