Learn how industry leaders are applying G Suite and best practices in their workplace.
Eight guiding principles behind our culture of innovation
How does a company like Google continue to grow exponentially while still staying innovative? Susan Wojcicki, Google's Senior Vice President of Advertising, discusses some of the processes and principles in place to make sure that the company doesn't get bogged down in the past as it keeps moving forward.
Making change easy with G Suite
In this white paper, we’ll examine the benefits of cloud-based collaboration tools, how to prove the cost savings and value-add to your board, and what lies “under the hood” for the IT manager with some of our best practices for integration, migration and change management.
An analysis of cloud to cloud migration
In February 2016, independent research firm Forrester Consulting conducted a study commissioned by Google to quantify the value of G Suite. The study reveals the Total Economic Impact (TEI) and potential Return on Investment (ROI) for companies migrating to G Suite from an alternate cloud solution.
CEO's tips to turn any space into a mobile office
Trailblazing retailers never stop looking for new opportunities to delight their customers with unexpected products, service and experiences. These tips give you 10 real-world examples...
Eight ideas that work at Google
So how do you create a culture of innovation? Google doesn’t have a secret formula, but we have distilled our thinking into a set of basic principles—ideas we believe can be adapted and applied at pretty much any organization, regardless of size or industry. You will find here eight principles of innovation and how we apply them inside Google.
How you can work smarter by streamlining processes
Imagine that your team needs to close a major sales deal. Stakeholders in multiple locations have to be consulted on the strategy. Customer needs have to be identified, a winning pitch must be drafted and the entire team must align on the right pricing approach—all before the end of the quarter.
Time management is hard, and most of us struggle. We procrastinate; we overcommit; we underestimate how long things take; we spend too much time in meetings, and crucially we don’t spend enough time on our health, relationships, or ‘real work’. Somehow, some people seem to manage much better than others!