Culture

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Why Meditation Might Be the Most Productive Thing You Do All Day

In the spirit of wellness month, I wanted to share what I learned from a General Assembly Workshop I attended recently on meditation.

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Why Percolate Eats Together Every Day

“To eat is a necessity, but to eat intelligently is an art,” said the 17th-century writer François de La Rochefoucauld.

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Why You Turn Up

Recruiters, candidates, peers, friends, family, strangers, even the receptionist at my dog’s vet often ask me, “Why Percolate?” I wrote this for them:
You turn up because of the people around you.

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Hack Day 2015: How We Scale Culture and Internal Tools

Yesterday we held our semi-annual hack day (re: internal hackathon). If the day made one thing clear, it’s that a collaborative, innovation-driven culture is very, very important to us.

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Our Values

Updated November 16, 2016.
We believe the only way to scale out Percolate is to distribute decision making out to the edges.

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How Clubs Foster a Stronger Culture at Percolate

Each year, Crain’s publishes a list of the “Best Places to Work” in New York City.

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Running Through Fire: the Percolate team at Spartan Race

I’ve worked at several technology start-ups before and they all have promoted an active and healthy lifestyle.

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What We Look Like at Work

On my first day at Percolate, I stumbled upon a digital treasure trove inside our company Dropbox. 

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The 6 Meeting Rules of Percolate

On Sunday morning I ran across this New Yorker article about banning computers in college classes and posted it with a note about how we don’t allow computers in meetings at Percolate.

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At Dawn, We Ride

Steve Jobs had many brilliant insights, but perhaps one that’s less talked about is how he compared computers and technology to cycling in the film Memory & Imagination: New Pathways to the Library of Congress.