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The Value of Company Culture January 16, 2008
Mitch Kapor    |   Foxmarks
Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Lecture
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Former Lotus 1-2-3 founder Mitch Kapor speaks candidly about the most valuable legacy of his wildly successful 1980's technology company: the management of free-thinking creatives.  He stands by the quality of his products, but it was his huge investment in human resources, Libertarian management style, and incentives toward great job satisfaction and accountability that he's most proud of.  He claims that the thousands of Lotus alumni have helped set the standard for how tech companies are managed on the East Coast and beyond.  

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