My Management Plans Essay

1973 Words Apr 12th, 2016 8 Pages
MIS 5360 : Management of Information Systems
Instructor: Dr. Yusun Jung
(Spring 2016)
Team Members:
Anjanee Siriki
Sanjana Putchala
Loka Sowjanya Kurra
Sneha Enugula Venkata
Anusha Sapa


“All one has to do is put their mind to it, never give up and never lose hope.”
-Lawrence Larry Page

Born in Michigan in 1973, Lawrence Larry Page, an American computer scientist and internet business visionary(Biography, 2014) teamed up with his graduate school companion Sergey Brin to launch “Google”, a search engine and one of the most innovative startups in internet technology space, in 1998, which eventually became the most influential company in digital era (7).It is an unconventional company, set up
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A billion Universal Resource Locators (URLs) made Google, the web’s most comprehensive search engine (9).The home page design was intentionally made sparse, to enable the content to load fast (10).


Page eventually wrote down his rules for management, which is a part of his early management style (Business Insider, 2014):

Don't delegate: Do everything you can yourself to make things go faster.
Don't get in the way if you're not adding value. Let the people actually doing the work talk to each other while you go do something else.
Don't be a bureaucrat.
Ideas are more important than age. Just because someone is junior doesn't mean they don't deserve respect and cooperation.
The worst thing you can do is stop someone from doing something by saying, “No.
Period.” If you say no, you have to help them find a better way to get it done.

But these principles did not work for long andthe period witnessed a gradual transformation in the management style of the company, to embrace transformation, for explosive growth, from
2001 onwards.
Phase II - Management overhaul and Expansion (2001-2011)
After raising $1 million from family, Google has subsequently ended up as the world's most prominent web crawler, obtaining a normal of 5.9 billion pursuits, every day in 2013.
Headquartered in the heart of California's Silicon Valley, Google held its first sale of stock

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