HR Director - Product Marketing at Microsoft

HR Director - Product Marketing Details

Dec. 6, 2018, 3:36 p.m.
Human Resources
People Manager
Bellevue, WA
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Looking for an opportunity to be a part of the transformation of critical businesses at Microsoft? This is an exciting time for the M365, C and E and A and I marketing organizations. These marketing teams are responsible for focusing primarily on the commercial businesses to drive, influence and support Microsoft's customer growth and innovation agenda. Key critical focus areas include: core marketing, product alignment and influence, growth planning and orchestration, and developing insights to influence product growth, innovation, and efficiency.

The HR Director - Product Marketing will be responsible for the following key focus areas: Act as a trusted advisor and partner to MCB LT Marketing Directs (and teams) to shape and inform the future business and organizational models needed to drive growth and thought leadership. Weigh in on broader business topics as a core leader of the business LT(s). Facilitate org design and capability decisions as we transform and lead change management planning with business leaders. Develop and implement people strategy and plans to acquire, develop and retain the best talent and build the individual and
Competencies/Education/Experience: Strong business acumen, curiosity, learning agility, and growth mindset. Ability to assess and translate business strategies and workforce implications to identify relevant solutions. Ability to lead a broad, portfolio business in highly matrixed, global environment. Strong assessor of talent and able to coach for development, with exceptional consultative and facilitation skills. Ability to influence senior leaders. Strong cultural learner and influencer. Demonstrated skill and interest in advancing the D and I agenda and collective team capability. Exceptional
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