Masters of Scale - Week Six
The company culture at ChattyPeople has always been one of individual responsibility, and I manage that by giving a lot of freedom.
'In order to clean, they need to get messy,' serial entrepreneur Justin Klosky tells Entrepreneur's editor-in-chief Jason Feifer.
A top-down management style wasn't a fit for Fiverr, so it flipped the model on its head.
Even with physical distance, it's still possible to build an innovative culture.
Google had growing pains, too. On the podcast 'Masters of Scale' Google's Eric Schmidt shares how the team managed chaos in the name of innovation
More interaction, ideas, concepts and thinking often lead to more innovation, creativity and a more profitable business.
While Google's famous 20 percent rule has often been lauded for giving employees time to work on their passion, Eric Schmidt explains the real reason behind the initiative on 'Masters of Scale.'