Microsoft Executive sings her resignation on YouTube

Former Microsoft executive Karen Cheng decided to leave the company in style by singing her resignation in a video that was posted to her YouTube channel.

A project manager from tech giant Microsoft decided to go out in style by singing her resignation in a video that was posted to YouTube.

Executive Karen X. Cheng, posted the video to her YouTube account on April 16.

Cheng is moving to another company called Exec, which is a new company that was started by the creator of the popular broadcasting site, Justin.tvaccording to TechCrunch.

The video is very creative but I had mixed feelings as I was watching her sing about all of the things that she worked on while she worked at Microsoft.

There is an element of sadness because it can be sad to leave your job, but I was also laughing a little as I was watching, because the lyrics are quite clever, and she smiled a lot as she was singing.

For your viewing pleasure, here is the video:

I have a feeling that this video might go viral over the next few days because let’s be honest, how often do you see an executive from a high-ranking company resign on YouTube?

Not often. The internet continues to amaze me with new things like this.

Would you be upset if you were in charge at Microsoft?

How about if you were in charge at Exec, the new company that she’s moving to?

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3 thoughts on “Microsoft Executive sings her resignation on YouTube

  1. I just tweeted this lol. Social media is really a great way to gain exposure especially when someone is doing unique stuff you don’t see often.

    • Thank you for the reblog! I agree, social media is a great way to get exposure. There have been many examples of that recently, like with the KONY 2012 video that went viral recently.

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