The person who paid $70,000 to tour Facebook might have been trying to get some insight into how the company works.
Hopefully, that person read the walls.
When visiting Facebook, it’s impossible not to notice the motivational posters peppered throughout the building. They seem to be there to remind Facebook developers to keep thinking like a startup, even as the company grows.
Some of the principles on display:
- Fail harder
- Move fast and break things
- Proceed and be bold
- Done is better than perfect
Meanwhile, some clever prankster made a funny change to this message on the fridge in one of the cafeterias (where the company holds some of its press conferences):
[credit provider=”Matt Rosoff”]