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Larry Page has a reputation for pushing people at Google. Here’s how he pushed a young Sundar Pichai to make Google Chrome the top web browser i...

In the case of Chrome, the popular browser created by Google in 2008 under the supervision of current CEO Sundar Pichai, Larry Page pushed the products team to reach 111 million users in three years.
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The most successful people know a truth about quitting most of us don’t understand

A goal becomes more attainable once you quit something else that's less easily achievable. You can call it "strategic quitting," and psychologists have documented the benefits.

Here’s the management theory that John Doerr regards as one of the most tested and proven in the last 50 years

In his book "Measure What Matters," about the goal-setting process used by companies like Google and Intel, venture capitalist John Doerr cites this 50-year-old theory to help define the type of goal that increases productivity.
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How employee goals at Google changed after Sundar Pichai took over as CEO after Larry Page

For Google, an early adopter of OKRs, being on its third CEO means being on its third rendition of that process.