Sang Huynh: Extreme Transparency, Tech Startup Style
The good and great results of full company transparency. There is a growing movement for full openness within companies which is pretty common in Tech startups. The more open you are, the more engaged your people become!
“A lack of transparency results in distrust and a deep sense of insecurity.” - Dalai Lama
Let’s start by talking about your experience at Tint
What works and what doesn't?
Process for transparency in the interview process
Structure for Transparency
Preparation for roll out
Sang Huynh is a Mentor at Quake Capital Partners and former COO for TINT (tintup.com), A marketing tech startup in SF that recently exited. One of TINT’s guiding principles is to “cultivate transparency both internally and externally.” From open door meetings, exposed financials (including compensation) and group-based decision making. Prior to TINT, Sang was a VP in the Global Security Group at Bank of America Merrill Lynch which has the traditional corporate culture. He’s here to share his experience as a former leader at two organizations with polar opposite approach to culture.
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