“In other cases, when the teams aren’t able to clear hurdles, but we think there are still a lot of promise, we might ask them to take a pause and take the time to reset their strategies, as we recently did in the case of Glass.”
This is an indicator of Google’s company culture. Staff are constantly encouraged to be creative and lead new projects according to Aimee O’Malley, who heads up Google’s People Development in EMEA. Speaking to HR Grapevine recently she said: “We don’t want to be the bottlenecks, we want to be the catalysts.”
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