Why Facebook Wants To Build Creativity Into Its Culture
In a recent post, Mark Zuckerberg explained why creative freedom as expressed through AnalogLab is crucial for success in the workplace
Last week, Mark Zuckerberg shared a post and photo album on Facebook that gives people an inside look at its headquarters, which is filled with art created by the company’s employees. All the pieces were created in the company’s AnalogLab, a creative makerspace found within the walls of our most loved social network internationally.
The space’s primary goal is to create and direct projects that influence culture:
“We ask questions and we build things. Then we ask questions about the things we built. Hopefully somewhere along the way you start asking questions and building things too. It’s this cycle of creation, reflection, education, and provocation that drives our work.”