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We went inside Shopify’s Toronto office and spoke with Culture Specialist, Shavonne Hasfal-McIntosh to find out more about the space and it’s function.

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Data informed decisions are king at Shopify. When it comes to their spaces, Shopify’s Facilities and Culture teams understand the value that data can add to help guide their decisions. Boardroom booking numbers are tracked to look at employee preferences and usage patterns. Additionally, employee surveys are conducted for further feedback. This usage and preference data can then be used when building out additional office space in that particular city. Shavonne notes that the space is as dynamic as their employees. As the culture slightly shifts with every new person that starts at Shopify, the physical space needs to be equally reflective of that level of fluidity. The office is designed to have spaces that are usable for both introverted and extroverted employees alike.

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Shopify is currently preparing to expand their Toronto office. With a temporary, secondary space across the street for now and to a new consolidated space within the next couple of years. As the process unfolds, the Culture team will work with Facilities to ensure that team leads are consulted so spaces can be designed to meet the function and specific needs of their teams. “Getting feedback is so important because our leads know better than anyone else about how their teams work and what physical elements are required to enable their teams to thrive and do their best work. We can help provide them with what they need, but only if we’re able to get that understanding from them of what it is” she notes. In addition to specific team feedback, employees are invited to provide input to the finer details of the space.

He operates completely outside of the realm of the auspices of the Matrix with only one goal: kill Neo in revenge.

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Although the presence of Christian themes is strong in The Matrix, the influence of is equally powerful and evident. Indeed, the basic philosophical premises that drive major plot points would be nearly incomprehensible without a little background understanding of Buddhism and Buddhist doctrines. Does this force the conclusion that The Matrix and The Matrix Reloaded are Buddhist movies?

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The Furies, like the Smith, operated outside the dominion of the gods (or the singular consciousness of the Matrix) within an agenda all their own.

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The Architect's equation attempting to balance itself out takes the form of a rogue Smith with the potential to absorb or achieve as much power as is necessary to hold Neo to a stalemate.

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For example, employees came up with the boardroom themes, (evil lairs and hero hideouts), named them through an up-voting process, and designed the associated decals. This could be seen as a token involvement, but because Shopify takes care of the larger cultural elements to ensure that employees truly have a voice and feedback loop, these small touches go far.

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Global leaders have to engage very diverse groups of stakeholders and colleagues to get things done.They lead people across distance, cultures, time zones and in complex organizational structures such as a matrix, or even a networked organization structure.