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December 19, 2012 at 9:39 AM

Former Windows President Steven Sinofsky to teach at Harvard

Former Windows President Steven Sinofsky, who parted ways with Microsoft suddenly last month, is headed to Harvard Business School, where he will teach this spring on product development.

That’s according to a tweet he sent out this morning:

He also tweeted this in response to a question about what he’s going to be teaching:

Sinofsky has taught at Harvard Business School before and was a visiting scholar there in 1998. He co-authored a book, “One Strategy,” with Marco Iansiti of Harvard Business School.

Since leaving Microsoft, Sinofsky has been a busy boy on Twitter, expressing his support of the Surface tablet, tweeting from his international travels, and responding to Twitter followers.

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