Watch the panel discussion Dropbox culture: Making the world work better to learn how Dropbox employees are helping to make the world work better

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Jul 18 · 2 min read

At Dropbox, we’re always looking for ways to make the world work better. But before we can do that, we have to make sure our own teams are working well. We’ve hosted a panel discussion with three Dropbox team members who have been defining what it means to collaborate and create effectively.

Check out the discussion with product manager Jisha Jacobs, recruiting coordinator Mel Wood, and technical architect Eliza Rhee — hosted by moderator Abiola Abrams, a renowned life coach, and motivational speaker. We’ve gathered their thoughts on how Dropbox’s encouraging, inclusive culture helps them slice the mundane busy tasks out of their routine, find success in failure, and prioritize the work that helps the world run smoother.

Touching on everything from personal organization to team collaboration to focusing on knowledge gains in the midst of project madness, the insights of these three leaders are invaluable towards rethinking how you work. They’re the voices that define Dropbox culture, and the faces that lead our teams every day.

The Dropbox Talent Brand Team is thrilled to offer this video to anybody looking to learn, to collaborate, or to build something great. We hope you enjoy the unique perspectives they bring to the table. Watch the panel discussion Dropbox culture: Making the world work better to learn more.

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