Bhanu Choudhrie is well aware that good leadership is important in life. If one doesn’t have the right leadership in a company things can quite unwell. Bhanu Choudhrie has quite a bit of experience of his leadership skills as he manages different companies. Bhanu Choudhrie can also see that Microsoft has seen ups and downs. Not to point fingers, but seemingly all issues seemed to take place under the leadership of Ballmer, who is thus viewed as a problematic figure for Microsoft who increased the firm’s profits but failed to cash in on the latest trends that could have benefited it in the long run.
As a result, many believe that Ballmer’s leadership hurt Microsoft more than it had benefited it in terms of its bottomline, leaving new leadership to repair the damage that his shortsighted approach caused for the company. Those who have studied Microsoft’s decline from its leadership status trace it back to a few decisions that Gates made, and more than a few that Ballmer took. These decisions are blamed for leaving the company to struggle in gaining traction within sectors that are already being ruled by some of its biggest competitors. And seeing that automatically explains just why Apple seems to be top leading company in the charge of the terms of market cap, as well as revenue.
While the difference in market cap between Apple and Microsoft now seems to be of a few billion dollars, it’s the overall revenue that paints a more realistic picture of how difficult is Apple making it for Microsoft to continue operating in its target markets – most of which it shares with Apple much to its chagrin. At the time of writing, Apple is leagues ahead of Microsoft with revenue of $261.7 billion. Whereas, Microsoft lags behind with just over $118.2 billion. It is a big difference, which is also seen in terms of profits. According to Bhanu Choudhrie, he would see that Apple boasts profits of $59.4 billion; while Microsoft scores a $33.5 billion in that aspect. The different is light and day at this point, which creates a worrisome line of thought for Microsoft. Click here.
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