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Google analysis0001 - Elizabeth Levin MGMT4010 Tracy Jennings ~ C'f'tooo r Question 1 At Google as the website claims the culture is unique I

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Elizabeth Levin MGMT4010 Tracy Jennings Question 1: J", ,- At Google, as the website claims, the culture is unique. I believe the culture Google most ~v- ~ resembles is the c.ellabora~ionculture. Google is committed to creating an environment that is '''' "inclusive, collaborative, and innovati~e." (Google, 2008) They value their employees and operate S l{" ~ 0\ in a ~e culture rather than hierarchical. As in the collaboration culture, Google focuses on ~~ diyersity, relationships, commitment, synergy, teams, and trust. They see their employees as part of OC), ,(l \ \ the Google fmiiTIyand are coiiiIDlttedto helping them fulfill their lives outside the workplace as well. \~ Ig~ . Their dedication to diversity and hiring local people in each country they operate in is a great tY ~ "'~. 6xample of a collaboration culture. They look for smart people who are motivated, dedicated, and ~ C'f'tooo love what they do and they are willing to provide benefits to help retain the best. Jq,stas in the _ ~.(. .()- l c911aborationculture they are looking for "ability over experience" (Google, 2008). An example of ? this would be with tneir onsite laundry services. Eric Schmidt, CEO, realizes that "programmers
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2009 for the course MGMT 4010 taught by Professor Jennings,t during the Fall '08 term at Colorado.

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Google analysis0001 - Elizabeth Levin MGMT4010 Tracy Jennings ~ C'f'tooo r Question 1 At Google as the website claims the culture is unique I

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