In 2006, Mark Zuckerberg launched Facebook from his Harvard dorm room. Today, Facebook is one of the world’s most popular websites. But how does Zuckerberg keep the site running? In part, by leading regular question-and-answer sessions with Facebook’s employees. internal zuckerberg qa
Zuckerberg began holding these “Q&As” in 2011, and they have become a staple of Facebook culture. internal zuckerberg qa
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is known for his stringent work ethic and hands-on approach to running the social media giant. So it’s no surprise that he also takes a hands-on approach to quality assurance for Facebook’s products. In fact, Zuckerberg is so involved in QA that he has been known to conduct impromptu QA sessions with employees, according to a new report from The Information.
- Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg held an internal Q&A session with employees on July 31, in which he addressed a number of hot-button issues.
- Among the topics discussed were the company’s recent decision to allow political ads, as well as its handling of user data.
- Zuckerberg also addressed concerns about the platform’s impact on democracy and the spread of misinformation.