Do you need advice on creating a progressive company culture that fosters innovation? Ask James Goodnight, founder and CEO of software company SAS, by emailing Ask Inc. Then look for his answer in the June issue of Inc.
Goodnight is known for his company's progressive culture. The SAS campus features a 77,000-square-foot health and fitness center, playing fields for soccer and softball, an on-site medical clinic, a dining hall with live piano music, two daycare centers, and a masseuse who makes the rounds several times a week. SAS employees also receive an eldercare referral service and unlimited sick days. Click here to read the profile on Goodnight that appeared in our 26 Most Fascinating Entrepreneurs feature.
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