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Insomniac Games’ Ted Price on keeping the workplace fun

You’d expect the video game industry to be one that’s pretty fun to work in. But the hours can be brutal, and a lot of people who enter the field burn out quickly. Ted Price, President and CEO of Insomniac Games (makers of the “Ratchet and Clank” and “Resistance” franchises) talks in this Perfect Business video segment about how his company keeps things light and promotes collaboration among its employees. The methods include a lack of bureaucracy, office happy hours and even cruises.

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