Wasn't it just yesterday that Google was the coolest company on the planet? The New York Times says the online giant is now seen by techies as a lumbering behemoth, and key employees are starting to leave for more nimble companies. Is it possible for an innovator to stay in the lead indefinitely, or is there always a "hungrier" competitor right around the corner? In your experience, do large companies offer the same shot at success, or do workers usually have to break away to seek the greater rewards?
Success Editors on December 6, 2010 12:00 AM
The workers leaving Google are doing themselves and the company a favor. Success happens for both a company and an individual when there is a match between an employee's values and a company's culture.
Posted by Virginia Bianco-Mathis, on December 6, 2010 12:00 AM