Valve, whose website says the company has been “boss free” since its founding in 1996, also has no managers or assigned projects. Instead, its 300 employees recruit colleagues to work on projects they think are worthwhile. The company prizes mobility so much that workers’ desks are mounted on wheels, allowing them to scoot around to form work areas as they choose.
Will McInnes’ post on company co-ownership versus traditional corporate models is worth some time, too.
Really looking forward to Meaning 2012 in October…
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