Corporate Culture

  • A Window Into the Office Culture at Square, From SFO to Tokyo

    … space, and no, he’s not in a wheelchair. He’s thousands of miles away, and is using one of Square’s telepresence robots to say hello to a coworker and friend. A growing company often means thousands of employees in offices around the world. Keeping those employees connected was a priority for Square, the small business software company headed up…

    Street Fight- 10 readers -
  • How ReachLocal Used an Irreverent Holiday to Get Back to Its Startup Roots

    … employees with non-work activities, and the September 19 holiday seemed perfect, says Amber Seikaly, ReachLocal’s vice president of corporate communications. But she was also looking for ways to leverage those pursuits in a way that could include more people. “We created the Culture Club,” Seikaly said. “We’re kicking it off in North America…

    Street Fightin How To's- 12 readers -
  • The Secret To Better Online Marketing: It’s Not What You Think

    …: process is important as your company grows, but too much process drives away "high-performance employees." Why Culture Trumps Process So, that leaves us with culture. Think about any company you admire (or detest); the odds are that the reason you love or hate them is their culture. Here are examples of a few companies that have strong cultures…

    David Rodnitzky/ Marketing Land- 9 readers -
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