Essay Google Free Food Strategy
Professor: Brian Grizzell
Google Free Food Strategy
The Google culture can be defined as the most positive, influential, all encompassing, productivity- inducing environments. They maintain a casual and democratic environment in the office. The company maintains a limited number of upper management teams, in order to make the low level employees feel free to be innovative.
Google’s mission statement is to organize the worlds information and make it universally accessible and useful. Google believes that building great products depends on great people. Google has consistently shown that. Google believes these 10 things to be true. They wrote these things down when they were …show more content…
Google approach towards leadership has always been laissez-faire policy. In the words of Laszlo Block, “Our best managers have teams that perform better, and retained better, are happier- they do everything better. So the biggest controllable factor that we could see was the quality of the manager, and how they sort of made things happen. (Google’s Quest to Build a Better Boss, 2011 Google SVP for Human Resources)
Free Services and Amenities
Google brings a data driven approach that is reinventing the human resources field. (Google Careers) Google is known for it distinctive perks and benefits which shows what extreme lengths the company can go to make its employees happy. Google offers benefits