How This Founder Reinvents the Postpandemic Office

Welcome to’s Founder’s Project podcast with Alexa Von Tobel, where we bring you stories of guts, inspiration and drive that define the entrepreneurs who build the future. Every week we dig into a founder’s professional script and discover what makes them tick. In this week’s episode:

How did Didier Elzinga go from running an Academy Award-winning visual effects company to an employee experience platform? Spoiler: It’s all about the people. In his first CEO role, Elzinga realized that people are everything and that his role was mainly focused on people management. So in 2009 he embarked on a better world of work. Since then, Culture Amp has scaled to work with more than 5,000 companies and 25 million employees worldwide. Elzinga explains why he believes in the transformative power of stories, how the importance of communication increases during periods of hypergrowth, and why post-covid offices need to facilitate a different way to bring people together.