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New Google CEO Larry Page just upped the ante as far as workflow goes. Last Friday, he sent out a company memo explaining to all employees that 25% of their annual bonuses will be tied to the success of Google's social strategy this year, regardless of whether they're working on the related products. "This is a joint effort, so it's important that we all get behind it," he wrote in the memo, entitled "2011 Bonus Multiplier." (Employees not directly working on social products are still expected to offer feedback.) (Business Insider)
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