Google's Motivational Techniques Essay

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Company Motivational Profile-Google Corp.
Since the start of Google, it has been a tremendous time for Internet surfers. Larry Page, a PH.D student at Stanford started by as a research project in January 1996 that ended up as Google’s search engine. Larry was in search for a dissertation theme, among other things, exploring the mathematical properties of the World Wide Web and understanding its link as a hug graph. Soon after Page and his partner Sergey Brin began exploring the web with their web crawler; which was dated March 1996. The location for the exploring was at Page’s own home page. On September 7, 1998 they successfully and formally incorporated their company, to Google, Inc. at a friend’s garage in California. By the end of
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Financially, the company has been doing well. From December 2005 to December 2007 they have double in revenue, gross profit, operating income, and total net income. Google's founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin had a mission to fulfill and that mission was to develop a new approach to online search that took root in a Stanford University dorm room.
Google is now widely recognized as the world's largest search engine, an easy to use free service that usually returns relevant results in a fraction of a second. Google’s organizational structure quickly became the search engine of choice for a vast number of internet browsers, requiring web developers to focus heavily on optimizing page visibility for Google’s crawlers. Ensuring quick access to every file on a site can mean more pages get indexed, allowing for better keyword results. Many developers focus on directory structure to enhance results, a practice that can make most sites, especially those containing hundreds or thousands of pages, easy to manage. Still, a directory must be more than a random organization of folders and files. Good directories improve indexing speed and provide an organizational structure to the site.
Lary Page and Sergey Brin had a vision of a unique culture for their company. They believed in giving ‘freedom’ to their employees, freedom to share their ideas, freedom to use their time, freedom to chose their projects, freedom to live their life
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