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Creating a Culture of Innovation: Ideas that Work at Google

Posted by Brian Mansell, Enterprise Account Manager on Jun 10, 2015

Sparking InnovationSome of the most common questions that Google gets from CEOs are: How does Google innovate? Can innovation be planned? Can it be taught? There is no secret formula, but this perspective shares Google’s innovation principles. Download the white paper and you'll learn about:

  • 10x thinking
  • Launching then listening
  • Sharing everything you can

Ultimately, Google believes that company culture and innovation can’t be separated. “You have to have the culture,” says Google Chairman Eric Schmidt, “and you need to get it right.” He also believes that to stay competitive, Google (and every other company in the world) absolutely has to innovate.

So how do you create a culture of innovation? Start by looking at the ideas Google believes can be adapted and applied at pretty much any organization, regardless of size or industry.

Download the Google for Work perspective now to learn Google's eight principles of innovation and see how they are applied inside Google.

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Brian Mansell, Enterprise Account Manager

Brian Mansell, Enterprise Account Manager

Brian is an Enterprise Account Manager at Onix. Over the past seven years, Brian has focused on helping companies understand the business benefits of adopting Google Cloud solutions. Having worked with many of Google’s largest customers, Brian helps customers understand the options and best practices for deploying Google solutions.

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