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Mgt 304 Google Reading Engineers

by: Ryan Rodriguez-Mena

Mgt 304 Google Reading Engineers Mgt 304

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First Reading about Google Engineers
MGT 304
Professor Gregg
Class Notes
MGT 304, Gregg, Reading




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Date Created: 02/17/16
Google Reading 01/15/2016 ▯ Article Discussion  Google began Project Oxygen with the assumption that people separate from an organization because they: o Feel disconnected from the organization’s mission or believe what they do doesn’t matter o Don’t like or respect their co-workers o Have terrible bosses  Problems of working for Google o Only 17% are women  Bad because there are no new ideas coming through  Diversity is good  Project Oxygen o Project that looked at evidence based management  They would survey people so they could see if management was effective o Vital resource just like oxygen  You need oxygen to live just like you need this project to succeed  Does Google practice EBM using the Scientific Method? o  What ethical considerations impact how they do this? o Anonymity o Effects over time  Semi-Annually  Did Project Oxygen achieve positive results? How can you tell? o Yes when the engineers saw the data they no longer thought it was a waste of time  360 Degree Assessments o Best way to assess a group/company  Not everyone likes it because……  Negative feedback is present here  Ex: Writing reviews on Prof. Gregg teaching  OB Data Google (Observation Behavior) o ▯


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