Tech Company Bans Inter-Office Emails In Favor Of Walking Chats
CEO of Nara encourages employees to speak to each other in person rather than through a machine.
The whole ethos at Nara is to make the Internet a more personal place. The web platform combines Google and Pandora to give personalized search recommendations, sifting through all the noise on the Internet to provide users with a curated list of what they are looking for. While online, Nara looks to make the web a smaller place, in the real world, the company spreads its mission of intimacy to its work culture, encouraging employees to talk to each other rather than IM’ing or emailing someone in the cubicle over.
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