Marissa Mayer, Google’s employee #20 and the recently named CEO of Yahoo!, has spoken extensively about how she managed her teams and employees at Google. Here are four important leadership lessons from Mayer’s tenure at Google.
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Sign In To Rypple Directly With Your Google Account Here at Rypple, we’re always looking for ways to make the lives of our users a little bit easier. And with all of your separate usernames, logins, and passwords floating around the Internet, the last thing you want is to remember yet another login for Rypple. [...]
People want to have a great boss, get feedback, and feel valued. A positive impact on the culture will positively impact the business results.
This weekend, the New York Times wrote about an interesting project. Google has been working on to improve company performance and management skills. This research clearly struck a chord with people who understand Rypple; at least ten people emailed me this article yesterday. So, I thought I’d share a few comments about how Rypple’s entire strategy is aligned with Google’s research.
On Monday we launched Rypple 3.0 to the world. I wanted to share a bit of the background of “why 3.0” with you.
There's strong data to support the idea that "meaning is the new money" but how many companies really understand what this means? Would people be more motivated, do better work, and generate a higher ROI for their companies if their employers focused more energy on making people passionate about their work?