Google Goes Open Source With Culture

Just one more awesome step towards “making the world’s information universally accessible”.

This month, Google launched its platform for the open sharing of ideas around culture and people-management. re:Work – the site’s moniker – is built on research-backed examples of how Google handles hiring, culture and anti-bias training, and shares free tools like internally-used slide decks and checklists.

The site will also feature case studies of other great companies, a blog about new management trends, academic research, and plans to include conversations and insights with other companies on topics like hiring and “people analytics”.


This exciting new platform puts Google in good company with culture champions like Zappos, Disneyland, and The Ritz-Carlton, all of whom have created platforms to share their approach to culture or customer service.