Let the good times roll

Raskin, Andrew
August 2000
Inc.;Aug2000, Vol. 22 Issue 11, p41
Focuses on how Gazooba Corp., a business that allows Web companies to reward visitors who refer friends to their site, integrated fun to its management strategy. Information on an opportunity to mix business with pleasure; Participation of the employees on the strategy; Changes on how the company's meetings end.


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