May 29, 2018

Mark Zuckerberg allowed his staffs to do things, though he did not agree

For Mark Zuckerberg, the success of giant social networking comes from two things: empowerment and authorization. Let the staff do things that you disagree.
Mark Zuckerberg and his staffs
In a recent Freakonomics radio interview, the founder said: "How to work at Facebook is to provide The freedom of our engineers to do what they want to do. I think the most important thing It is to give the freedom of the staff to do something, and we should not get involved in their work".

Another important point is to allow employees to do things that Mark may not agree with. Mark explained, "It will make the staff more creative and the staff will feel He still has the ability to try something new and can do well."

The 34-year-old billionaire has been slowly learning how to lead the social network since, In Startup, there are only 10 employees, up to 20 thousand.

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