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Google management- Larry Page
Transcript of Google management- Larry Page
chief executive office (CEO) of google inc. since 2011
•his father earned aPh.D. in computer science
•attended the Okemos Montessori School
•graduated from East Lansing High School in 1991
raised $1 million from family, friends and other investors,
Page & Brin launched the company in 1998.
Google is now the world's most popular search engine, (+200 million queries each day.)
HQ: California's silicon valley
Google held its initial public offering in August 2004, making Page and Brin billionaires.
In 2006, Google purchased the most popular Web site for user-submitted streaming videos, YouTube, for $1.65 billion in stock.
Page and Brin earn an annual compensation of one dollar. Why I would like to work at google: The company emphasizes on the fun aspect of work, providing a balanced lifestyle and a motivating workplace :)
Less pressure and stress and all the facilities provided must increase motivation and level of happiness. Business studies by: Eva, 9D (cc) photo by medhead on Flickr •During an interview, Page recalled his childhood, noting that his house "was usually a mess, with computers and Popular Science magazines all over the place.
•His attraction to computers started when he was six years old when he got to "play with the stuff lying around".
•He became the "first kid in his elementary school to turn in an assignment from a word processor."
•His older brother also taught him to take things apart and before long he was taking "everything in his house apart to see how it worked". He said that "from a very early age, I also realized I wanted to invent things.
So I became really interested in technology and business. Probably from when I was 12, I knew I was going to start a company eventually"
•Enrolled a computer science Ph.D. program at Stanford University•
He met Sergey Brin there (co-founder of Google)•
In 1998, Brin and Page founded Google, Inc what influenced his carrier Laissez-faire? Is Page democratic or laissez-faire? What is his management style? Employees who work at Google are trusted to arrive and leave at times that they deem appropriate,
work on those projects that they find most interesting.
As a result, creativity is encouraged and new ideas can be introduced into the market. Democratic? •Give negative and positive as well as constructive feedback•
Organise individual and group meetings within the team
.Motivate his\her team•
Find the good balance b/w giving freedom to make decisions and advising his\her subordinates.
•Show interest for the subordinates’ well being and success•
Know the subordinates personally and help the integration of new members
•Be productive and orientated towards the results
•Set clear goals, state the strategies used, and involve the members within the projec
t•Communicate and listen to his\her team Keys for a good management, according to L. Page: Sources •http://www.formation-meltis.fr/management/les-cles-dun-bon-management-selon-google/
http:google-office-pictures-47-pics/ thank you for watching! Big and.... ... small Was he successful managing? Page has done really well: his company has grown by merging and trying to innovate as much as possible.
I really like Page's management style as he has a balance between democratic and laissez-faire leadership, There was no real innovation concerning google, but only the buying/conception of small extra software. As competition grows, Google must try be even more innovative and come up with something revolutionary, although it is harder as the company grows. Page's philosophy was, I think, successful since providing a balanced lifestyle can only benefit the employees and the company as a whole. It is also a great idea, because this increased Google's reputation, and it attracts skilled workers to come work at Google.