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Exclusive: Snapchat COO Emily White to Depart Ephemeral Messaging Phenom | Re/code
straight white privileged (entitled) male??? and raising money in a rolling fashion, and rolling in cash ( http://techcrunch.com/2015/03/11/snapchat-500-million/, ... it's not a demonstration stability internally, and he looks like throwing money round - bc he had to pay her and others to leave. Period. // vs syaing it is smart money that helps the product and company ... year right, an Oil Prince will help your App ... &! Alibaba's (China) investment is more of a intelligence gathering venture - http://techcrunch.com/2015/03/12/this-is-more-than-a-crush/ &! story via https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=9200210
Snapchat  Evan  Spiegel  Leadership  vision  management  uncertainty  people  management  internal  culture  Silicon  Valley 
march 2015 by asterisk2a
BBC - Capital - The real reason bonuses aren’t paid out fairly
“It is important to all employees that, as a matter of fairness, the rules regarding bonuses be clearly articulated and then followed by management,” said Denis Arnold, the Surtman Distinguished Professor of Business Ethics at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte, in the U.S. If not, your team members have less of an incentive to work hard, bring in new business, and devote themselves to the company. They will be more likely to spend too much time engaged in office politics — and to look for other jobs. &! http://www.bbc.com/capital/story/20150205-telltale-signs-of-bad-managers << management &! &! The problem with really smart people is that they often think they know more than everyone else. [might make bad managers, bc they tell people how to do their work, same way they would do it ...] http://www.bbc.com/capital/story/20140528-the-problem-with-smart-people
HR  human  resources  people  management  communication  internal  communication  management  business  management 
february 2015 by asterisk2a
Julie Ann Horvath on GitHub Investigation: “How Do You Sleep at Night?” | Re/code
according to her, internal investigation was a sham. + Preston-Warner Threatens Legal Action in Github Scandal Fallout ( http://recode.net/2014/04/21/as-horvath-accusations-continue-preston-werner-threatens-legal-action/ ) + GitHub Clears President Tom Preston-Werner, but He Resigns Anyway After Harassment Controversy http://recode.net/2014/04/21/github-ceo-tom-preston-werner-resigns/ + http://techcrunch.com/2014/03/15/julie-ann-horvath-describes-sexism-and-intimidation-behind-her-github-exit/ "In short, Horvath said that she felt she was being treated differently internally simply due to her gender and not the quality of her work. She calls her colleagues’ response to her own work and the work of other female GitHub employees a “serious problem.” Despite GitHub hiring more female developers, Horvath said she struggled to feel welcome." + http://www.businessinsider.com/julie-ann-horvath-github-harassment-twitter-2014-4 +++ http://youtu.be/BxyJlP4MEa8?t=16m5s
Julie  Ann  Horvath  GitHub  everyday  sexism  sexism  sexismus  gender-based  harassment  gender  inequality  gender  politics  gender  asymmetry  gender  equality  gender  conforming  gender  discrimination  gender  non-conforming  gender  policing  HR  human  resources  people  management  PR  public  relations  knowledge  worker  White-collar  Blue-collar  workplace  work  life  balance  Silicon  Valley  internal  dickfights  beyond  workplace  drama  entitlement  Patriarchy  privilege  male  privilege  Privileged  accountability  transparency  corporate  governance 
april 2014 by asterisk2a
The Delicate Art of Unauthorized Innovation - Michael Schrage - Harvard Business Review
Is that bad? Yes. Innovative organizations need to be innovative about how they innovate. The innovation and entrepreneurship literature — popular and academic alike — overflows with stories detailing the importance of informal economies in enterprise development. But since too many C-level executives and not a few investors consider "informal" a euphemism for "inefficient," squeezing out perceived slack has become a managerial priority. The not-unreasonable view from the top is that it's smarter to make our formal processes better and more efficient than depend on informal initiatives we can't quite see or control.
internal  innovation  entrepreneurship  culture  management  business  creativity  Google  Amazon  M3  HP 
april 2010 by asterisk2a

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