How Google Works is a book written by Google Executive Chairman and ex-CEO Eric Schmidt and former SVP of Products Jonathan Rosenberg. In the book, the two me discuss their contribution in building up Google. They explain how technology now lies in the hands of the consumers and how it is very necessary to come up with innovations and hire new talents for their company. The book also discusses additional topics like strategies, communication, decision-making and other subjects that are related to Google’s development.
People will love how Eric and John discuss Google’s role in the continuous innovations in the software and technology development. It also possible to use the values that can be lifted in the book in other aspects of life. Big fans of Google will be delighted to have a glimpse on what it does beyond its doors. Technological entrepreneurs are also sure to gain somethings especially when they learn some of Google’s policies which they can also apply in real life.
Some people may think that Google’s policies in running their company are not applicable to every type of businesses. Because it is full of anecdotes, there people who are sure to comment that the book fails in really showing how Google works. In addition, some customers who have already read the product reflect how the book divert from providing a deeper discussion on things that are technologically and computer related. They are also quite disappointed to not see anything about how algorithms work or how internet does its job of relaying information from computer to computer.