It’s important to be ethical in small things as well as the big things and to be questioning your beliefs and values always. In my ethics class during my Masters of Entrepreneurship, someone asked ‘how do you know if something’s ethical or not?’ The lecturer answered, if you have no problem with your action being splashed across the front page of a newspaper, it’s probably okay. I think that holds true.
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You pretty much have to leave your ego at the door if you come and work with us. No exceptions. Everyone gets kind, but direct feedback. Our office motto is ‘Don’t be a dick’ ☺
Working together as a team to get the best outcome is what turns us on.
We want to be really, really good at what we do. Whether it’s creating something as exciting as a new spreadsheet (wow!), procuring ingredients for a new blend of tea, workshopping strategy or making 100 calls to find the most environmentally friendly printer, that’s us.
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Transparency would solve most of the world’s problems (don’t get us started!). Refer to the story about the news on the front page of the newspaper under ‘Ethics’. I once heard someone use the phrase ‘You are as sick as you are secret.’ I think that is true for people through to corporations and nation states.
New New New (Innovation)
We love new ideas. Big ideas. Small ideas. We are idea junkies and we love stopping work to spontaneously contemplate a new twist on something old, a variation on a process or something that's big and WOW.
Innovation is our goal, our ability to imagine a better world is our muse.