Ellen Galinsky: Marissa Mayer and Yahoo’s Management Issue

Ellen Galinsky: Marissa Mayer and Yahoo's Management Issue

If Yahoo employees are not being as productive as they should be, that is a management issue, not a problem inherent with felxible work schedules. Transcript…

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16 Responses to Ellen Galinsky: Marissa Mayer and Yahoo’s Management Issue

  1. Donald McClellan says:

    On the one hand, yes she did state the obvious. On the other hand, it sounds Ms. Mayer needs to hear it because she did exactly what can be expected by and inexperienced manager – it is called a knee-jerk reaction. Ellen, is only explaining good management practice. Imagine that, lets find out what the problem really is then design a solution.

  2. poosie socka says:

    wow…. she said to obvious. really, what is the point of this video?

  3. Todd Klassy says:

    Get over it. If the employees don’t want to work there, they can move on.

  4. fred bill says:

    i would have thought there would be less sexism on big think then this, she is talking about the way to create innovation by the way

  5. lordviperscorpion69 says:

    yahoo questions are the best. that’s where you find the people who can’t find their own country on a map.

  6. john Blaster says:

    “its clearly a management problem” Yeah no shit you dumb cunt, thats why she wants them at work so she can manage them!!!!!

  7. George Georgian says:

    Great video! thanks. Telecommuting fails when management fails to handle it properly. And Yahoo! has plenty of bad management. So cancelling telecommuting is going to solve nothing unless they improve the caliber of their managers.

  8. Doperooni says:

    People still work at yahoo? I thought yahoo shut down in like 2001.

  9. fullclip16117 says:

    So what bloody tech company does this whore manage? Thought so.

  10. grumpyheadhunter2 says:

    My penis has better ideas than this sandwich making human.

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  13. RuskoE says:

    On the pro side of telecommuting. I do go to an office every day, but if I lose internet connection at the office, I am almost dysfunctional. On the con side of telecommuting. I play on my computer at home, and I work on my computer at work. It’s important to separate the two. However, if your work IS your play, you should be able to do it from about anywhere.

  14. Jacob Williams says:

    The randomness of this is what made me enjoy it. I am serious.

  15. lllZeroIII says:

    where as i agree with you about not careing about yahoo i think the point was missed yahoo was the example used because its a company she is familiar with just like if i gave a big think presentation i would for my examples off things directly related to me since i would know about them the issues and how to fix them

  16. grumpyheadhunter2 says:

    Yahoo had the chance to purchase Google for 2 million in early 90s but turned down the offer now Google if half a trillion so yahoo needs ta suck googles search engine and kill this dumb bitch

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