Google has launched what it calls a “curated platform” on the Web for sharing management ideas—both its own and those of other companies. The site features research-backed examples of how Google approaches things like hiring and anti-bias training, providing free public tools such as slide decks and checklists that the company uses internally. The site will also feature other companies: case studies of employers like Wegmans and JetBlue, a blog about new management trends and academic research where it hopes to start conversations with outsiders, and, eventually, even more guides on topics like hiring and “people analytics” from other companies. The re:Work site also lists research papers it recommends reading, describes how company leadership got behind the idea, and shares stories about where Google itself has gone wrong.

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