Creating an Organization Built to Last –
Based on the Bestseller “The Alliance”


Chris yeh
Co-Founder, Allied Talent
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Does your company's ongoing growth depend on your ability to recruit and manage the kind of entrepreneurial talent that got it to where it is today?

The Alliance Framework solves challenges pervasive in today’s workplace, such as lack of trust in management and lack of open communication about the future. By adopting the framework, companies have enabled managers to build more trusting, committed relationships with employees, gaining a competitive edge in tough hiring environments, keeping employees engaged and productive, and minimizing disruptive employee departures.

The Alliance is a two-way relationship that lets company and employee work together toward common goals, even when some of their interests differ. The paradox is that recognizing an employee’s independence is what allows a company to rebuild the loyalty and trust that’s been missing from today’s employment relationship. More importantly, by offering their employees the opportunity to transform their careers, companies can attract and retain the entrepreneurial talent they need to drive Silicon Valley-style innovation.


  • Recruit and retain the best talent, even in this ultra-competitive market
  • Get every employee more engaged and productive
  • Build an innovative company by encouraging entrepreneurial employees
  • Tap the collective network intelligence of your people to drive the business
  • Transform your corporate alumni base into a key revenue center

About Chris Yeh

Chris Yeh is co-founder of Allied Talent ( and is the co-author, along with Reid Hoffman and Ben Casnocha, of the New York Times bestseller, The Alliance: Managing Talent in the Networked Age. Chris has founded, invested in, or advised over 50 high-tech startups. He earned two Bachelor's degrees with distinction from Stanford University (Product Design Engineering and Creative Writing) and an MBA from Harvard Business School, where he was named a Baker Scholar.

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