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How Google Works (original 2014; edition 2014)

by Eric Schmidt, Jonathan Rosenberg

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Title:How Google Works
Authors:Eric Schmidt
Other authors:Jonathan Rosenberg
Info:Grand Central Publishing (2014), Edition: First Edition, Hardcover, 304 pages
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Google relies on smart creatives for its success. Getting the best out of these individuals requires a distinctive management system. In this book, Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg give specific examples of how Google hires, builds culture, develops strategy, makes decisions, and encourages innovation. An interesting look inside a company that has grown without losing its nimbleness. ( )
  porch_reader | Oct 2, 2016 |
Mostly about how Google works (obviously!!!) and tips on running a company. was a good read but couldn't complete finish the book (read about 75-80%). ( )
  _RSK | Jan 26, 2016 |
This is a really interesting book. But, boy, there must not be any introverts at Google. I'm not sure I agree with all of their thinking as far as it always being better for the company to have an employee who does their best thinking in the company of others, and also hangs out with others mostly in their spare time. There have been so many creative high achievers over the years who work best alone. If you are trying to build a culture that incorporates the best people, surely that would include some of those more self-contained individuals also. I'm not sure that I necessarily buy it that a person who likes quiet to work, or who tends to get tasks done himself rather than reaching out to others, is necessarily an un-innovative control freak. It's still a fascinating look into their culture, though. ( )
  AnnieHidalgo | Nov 20, 2014 |
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Rosenberg, Jonathanmain authorall editionsconfirmed
Eagle, Alansecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
Page, LarryForewordsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
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