$Company Core Values
Core Value 1: Hungry
We like to work with people who are hungry to make an impact. more about value #1
Core Value 2: Humble
We like to work with people who appreciate everybody’s contributions, not just their own. more about value #2
Core Value 3: Happy
We like to work with people who are positive about life and inspire us all with their energy. more about value #3
Core Value 4: Efficient
We like get jobs done with the minimum amount of resources and effort needed to get to a reasonable result faat. We try to hold back from achieving perfection especially when it would cost significantly more time or effort to achieve. more about value #4
Why do we need Core Values?
Core values help everyone at a company take the right decisions when we don’t have prescribed steps of operating (yet).
They are meant as a general guideline for any situation you could encounter, and allow you to make the right decision by yourself.
Core values are especially important at a midstage startup like $Company because:
- The majority of our people has joined the company less than 2-3 years ago, so many people need guidance from a few.
- We are still figuring out and optimizing much of our work, which means it is not fully documented and prescribed yet.
What should you do with Core Values?
- Whenever you prepare or take a decision, try to take guidance from the core values.
- Whenever you see evaluate someone else’s decision at the company, try to evaluate them not against what you think is right or wrong, but on whether they “live the core values”
- When you are not sure a proposed decision is in line with our core values, ask the Directly Responsible Individual if they can explain better how they are aligned. This is especally important coming from newer employees, as they have a fresh view on incosistencies that may have slipped in over time.