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Epic's Founder Judy Faulkner Speaks on Culture, Business Beliefs, and Recruiting: WTN Exclusive Coverage

Fitchburg, Wis. - Judy Faulkner, founder and CEO of Epic Systems, made a rare public appearance at Accelerate Madisons monthly meeting held at the Promega BTC Center. The audience heard the CEO's perspective on on the history and operations of this unique, and successful company.

For over twenty years, Judy Faulkner had never participated in public sp......

Full article >>> pany, Faulkner actually leads "Zen-like", corporate philosophy courses that employees are required to attend.

Staff meetings take place in movie theaters where all employees are treated to popcorn and soda. "Somehow if a meeting is in a movie theater, people think they are having fun," said Faulkner. Titles are not important. There are no titles on staff lists or on people's doors. "As th......

Full article >>> ans. Epic is unique. Judy Faulkner is a new age CEO. Sort of a Phil Jackson of the LA Lakers, "Zen-like approach" meets Bill Gates drive for market dominance.

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