Comments on: Google’s culture of yes Sun, 28 Jul 2013 14:34:09 +0000 hourly 1 By: CCFortWorth Tue, 18 Oct 2011 16:08:29 +0000 Just wanted to let you know that we cited you in our recent blog “Say yes to the test”:

and would love any thoughts you have to share on this culture for nonprofits!Thanks so much for sharing this in-depth look at what a culture of yes can mean to a company. It’s truly made a difference in how we approach the work we do in Fort Worth and Tarrant County.

By: ARJTurgot2 Fri, 03 Dec 2010 20:44:01 +0000 In its heyday, Microsoft also had a culture of ‘yes’. It’s how they ended up with talking Barney Dinosaur toys. Today they still live or die on Windows and Office. Google is dabbling, but other than web advertising is not proving to be successful at the adaptation game, though it is probably fun working on things that don’t have to produce a profit.

By: x.wolfman Fri, 26 Nov 2010 13:46:31 +0000 “The key, he said, was to establish a “culture of yes” where the default option is for management to approve employees’ new ideas andprojects rather than trying to nitpick and say no.”

– The organization that repeats or clones this concept has a long way to in future! This is awesome!

By: garilou Thu, 25 Nov 2010 08:06:41 +0000 Culture of the “yes”, and the driverless car!
Can you imagine how this technology could help people with some handicaps, sight problems, aging people at early stages of dementia or Alzheimer!
They could be behind the driver’s wheel, but could be so better protected!
I am so enthusiastic about this, I hope that this will become reality before I get to the age when I might need it!
YES! Google, go for it!