Chaos Management in Google

The main objective of the study is to have a clear understanding of chaos management, the work culture of Google and how chaos is managed so that the employees are motivated to work and the goals of the organization can be achieved.
The prime founders of the company were Larry Page and Sergey Brin. It was founded in the year 1996 as a research project. Initially, they named the new engine as “BackRub” but eventually, they changed the name as Google that originated from the misspelling of the word “Googol, the number one followed by one hundred zeroes. The name Google means the immense number of information exists and the scope of the Google’s mission deals with systematizing the available information so that those can be accessed and used by people from various parts of the world. It was on September 1997, when the domain google.com was registered and the company was incorporated on September 4, 1998, at friend’s garage in Menlo Park, California.
There are many products that it deals with. The list of Google products includes all major desktop, mobile and online products released or acquired by Google Inc. Ninety percent of Google’s revenue comes from advertising programs. It’s because of the innovation made by Google that in the online advertising market that helped them to be the biggest advertisers in the world. The company basically has two advertisement schemes namely cost per click and cost per view scheme in the content network of Google. Also, the advertisements made with Google can be placed with third-party websites. Another major success of Google has been the Google Ad-sense where one can create a website and exhibit the advertisements and thereby can earn money every time such advertisements are clicked. But the most prominent and astounding success has been the search engine. Along with these various online features are available like that of Gmail, which is a free webmail service provided by Google that allows users to send and receive emails. It allows users to keep emails from the same conversation together in&nbsp.one thread, similar to an internet forum.&nbsp.