A new management model rolled out this summer further highlights how Microsoft applies the growth mindset.
Microsoft roots its record performance in a simple cultural change: applying a growth mindset.
And now, according to Joe Whittinghill, corporate vice president of talent, learning, and insights at Microsoft, told Business Insider, the tech giant is instilling growth mindset at scale through a new coaching initiative for its managers.
Microsoft's new set of expectations for managers, which the company began rolling out globally this summer, reinforces the growth mindset in the way managers interact with their employees.
Satya Nadella popularized the growth mindset in Microsoft workplace culture when he became CEO in 2014.
Popularized by Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck, growth mindset speaks to the underlying belief that a person has about failure and success.