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In this case study, Sujeev Shakya, CEO and Founder of beed, describes the work culture of his company, where self-regulation and self-induced productivity, rather than rules, drive performance. Employees share their positive experiences, where awareness and mentoring play important roles. Employees are matched with mentors to guide and motivate them, and activities are organized for mentor/protégé pairs. beeds, beedsters, and beedterns are personalized terms for staff and interns working in a shared space with a low hierarchical structure—rare for Nepal, a high power distance country adjacent to India—lessening differentiation and heightening a united vision. The same mentoring format has been expanded to the other global offices in Bhutan, Cambodia and Rwanda.
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