Small Groups United by a Shared Purpose are Changing Big Tech Companies. Here’s How.


This post is part of a new series on conversations worthy of attention. New email subscribers will receive it as part of the weekly digest. There’s a new form of communication that flies in the face of the story that companies lack internal engagement—the open letter from employees to the CEO. Recent examples of grassroots leadership at big tech companies demonstrate that people understand how to lead change. Dear Sundar: “We believe that Google should not be in the business of war,” says an open letter to CEO Sundar Pichai signed by more than 3,100 Google employees. Like many organizations,…

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