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 Michael Cusumano - “If porting to Linux ends up being a losing proposition economically, does the government end up reimbursing Microsoft”
 Michael Cusumano - “Windows might have 10 times as many people as they need,”
 Michael Cusumano - “Three years from now or two years from now, there's still going to be the same mess. It's still too big, too complicated, too many people. Until they solve that fundamental problem, the best managers in the world are still not going to get Windows to ship on time.”
 Michael Cusumano - “The problem is it's just created a much too big of an organization, much too difficult to manage, much too slow, so it's not an organization.”
 Michael Cusumano - “I do not believe the Windows group as it currently stands and behaves in the last several years is really under his management he's not the kind of person to tolerate this chaos and complexity.”
 Michael Cusumano - “I do not believe the Windows group as it currently stands and behaves in the last several years is really under his management he's not the kind of person to tolerate this chaos and complexity.”
 Michael Cusumano - “Microsoft faces a huge bottleneck problem. Microsoft has to change. There's no doubt about it. But who knows how far and how deep this will go.”
 Michael Cusumano - “I think they would be a better company if they fired half the employees.”
 Michael Cusumano - “This strategy of integrated innovation has just caused the whole company to go into gridlock,”
 Michael Cusumano - “If Microsoft thinks the application market is large enough and profitable enough, they will port applications to that market. But it should be a business decision, and I don't think the business case is there yet.”