Andres Glusman on How to Create Amazing Work Cultures in Startups
Discover the captivating narratives of startups - their remarkable progress, groundbreaking ideas, and unconventional lifestyles. In this article, we delve into the distinguishing factors that set them apart - their exceptional individuals and progressive mindset.
This episode sheds light on the work culture within startups, the principles of lean startup methodology, and their unwavering commitment to ongoing experimentation.
Our impressive guest: Andres Glusman a veteran of the startup realm since the dot-com bubble, shares invaluable insights today.
About Andres Glusman
Andres Glusman, a seasoned growth driver, played a vital role in the successful launch of Meetup, which was later acquired by WeWork for a staggering $200 million. With a track record of driving growth through experimentation dating back to the 1990s, Glusman now leads DoWhatWorks, an innovative platform that monitors and analyzes AB tests conducted across various websites.
Meetup, established in 2002, is a dynamic social media platform designed for organizing and hosting both in-person and virtual activities, gatherings, and events. It serves as a hub for like-minded individuals and communities, connecting people based on shared interests, hobbies, and professions.
What We Discussed in this episode on How to Create Amazing Work Cultures in Startups:
- Lean Startup: Going beyond innovation to create better work cultures. - Scaling Up Challenges: Insights from tech startups like Meetup, i-traffic, Yahoo... - Creating a Culture of Innovation: Lessons from startups and what not to do. - DoWhatWorks: The Power of Continuous Experimentation in Work Cultures. - Redefining Work Culture: Exploring startup founders like Tony Hsieh and DoWhatWorks
Bonus - The Most Important Element of Human Capital is Work Culture