Huennekens details employee strategy at Verb Surgical as staff hits 65

The robotic surgery and device JV from Google parent company Alphabet ($GOOG) and Johnson & Johnson ($JNJ), Verb Surgical, is aiming for a culture similar to Google's. At the recent Medical Device Manufacturers Association (MDMA) annual meeting in Washington, DC, the president and CEO of Verb, Scott Huennekens, said that he's aiming for a culture similar to Google. He had those at a leadership team meeting submit business cards, only to dramatically throw them out. "We're just going to have to be one team if this is going to work. It doesn't matter what your business card says. We're in this one project together,'" Huennekens said according to coverage in MD+DI. He was the chairman of MDMA. More

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