Culture at Google
The opportunities we have are tremendous. We haven’t seen this rate of change in computing for a long time. Probably not since the birth of personal computing. But when I think about it, I think we’re all here because we share a deep sense of optimism about the potential of technology to improve people’s lives, and the world...
Founder and CEO
We’ve come a long way since Larry Page and Sergey Brin started a small project called Google in a Silicon Valley garage.
We’re changing the way billions of users access information, conduct business and connect with each other - from Search to Google+, YouTube to Chrome. Whether working with Fortune 500 companies in sales, guiding our business development, or putting your technical chops to work as a product manager -- and honestly, the title doesn’t mean much -- MBAs find homes throughout the company, making sense of our organized chaos and thriving in the sea of ambiguity that we toss Googlers into.
Because we have so many different things that MBAs can do -- and because our organizational structure is a bit different than most -- we encourage MBAs to choose Google, and worry less about the specific role or responsibilities you’ll have when you arrive. No matter where you land, you’ll have the opportunity to make a big impact on our business and the world.