Monday, April 09, 2012

Phil Libin of Evernote, on Its Unusual Corporate Culture - NYTimes.com

Excerpt from an Evernote CEO interview
"Q. But don’t people then just resort to e-mail?
A. One of the things I’ve tried to do is uproot any sort of e-mail culture at Evernote. We strongly discourage lengthy e-mail threads with everyone weighing in. It’s just not good for that. Plus, it’s dangerous, because it’s way too easy to misread the tone of something. If you want to talk to somebody and you’re a couple floors apart, I kind of want you to get up and go talk to them."
Phil Libin of Evernote, on Its Unusual Corporate Culture - NYTimes.com
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