Can a company have a great culture without great programs and policies? For a while in the heyday of the new millennium, it seemed like the answer might be yes. Some of the most innovative companies in the world — Silicon Valley and e-commerce behemoths — were reinventing the workplace from inside out, smashing the boundaries between work and play. No longer was work drudgery. People played games on the job, they took their laptops to the beach, they sipped mochaccinos from the in-house café and took yoga breaks to de-stress. The watchword was fun.
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