SWOT ANalysis for GOOGLE Essay

1698 Words Mar 28th, 2014 7 Pages
The Google Organization (MGMT-303: Principles of Management)

GOOGLE HISTORY
Larry Page Google’s, chief executive officer, is responsible for Google’s day-to-day-operations, as well as leading the company’s product development and technology strategy. He co-founded Google with Sergey Brin in 1998 while pursuing a Ph.D. at Stanford University, and was the first CEO until 2001—growing the company to more than 200 employees and profitability. From 2001 to 2011, Larry was president of products.
At Google, it’s also about sharing knowledge and assisting those who utilize the google site to grow their skills. Google has opened their minds and doors to many entrepreneurial nonprofits that share their two
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The question it poses is; what happens when they are no longer satisfied with what they are offers and demand more, more than what the company is willing or at liberty to give? Will the staff remain committed, abandoned ship, or diminish their work ethic? Is the Google administration guilty of not thinking ahead?
Since Google operates solely online, a cause for concern could be in the area of hiring. In today’s society there is so much identity fraud taking place, how can you be sure that who you are hiring is who they say they are, especially when they are not physically sitting across from you, let alone in another country. Such situations could prove to be a security issue and can make or make a company. I conduct background checks on a regular basis for my staff and sometimes I run into problems verifying their past endeavors when they have lived abroad. I could only imagine the complications that Google HR undergoes when they conduct their searches.
Another weakness would be “Copy Writing and Privacy” issues. In the past google has been presented with law suits claiming that their “Web Cache” feature violates the copyright laws, to which Google responded by adding a feature which disables the cache option, but this lead to a bigger issue; Privacy (or the lack thereof). Not everyone is happy about the fact that their address,

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