Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Googles nine rules of innovation

Marissa Mayer is the Google’s vice president of search products and user experience. With two Stanford degrees in computer science. She’s also Google’s high priestess of simplicity. Here she shares the rules that give the search giant its innovative edge.

1. Innovation, not instant perfection

2. Ideas come from everywhere

3. A license to pursue your dreams

4. Morph projects don’t kill them

5. Share as much information as you can

6. Users, users, users

7. Data is apolitical

8. Creativity loves constraints

9. You’re brilliant? We’re hiring

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