Our Culture

Our vision is to help every sustainability analyst find insights with data science


Team First - Skilled team members working as a team can create 10X value to the clients
  1. 1. The team always comes before a single individual
  2. 2. A genius asks for help from colleagues in a smarter way
  3. 3. Celebrating small progress anytime over chasing perfection
  4. 4. Team's outcome heavily depends on collaboration rather than competition
  5. 5. Shared Learning within and with clients will always be our superpower
  6. 6. Clear Communication means you have clear thinking
  7. 7. Asking good quality questions keeps our curiosity alive


Conduct
  1. 1. Have more empathy towards others
  2. 2. Say what you will do & do whatever you said
  3. 3. Respect timelines
  4. 4. Write all important things before you start
  5. 5. Treat all our clients as best friends
  6. 6. Clients are the reason we earn. so take care of their needs.
  7. 7. Guard your time with a massively huge focus
  8. 8. No sharing any of the company's secrets with others.
  9. 9. You becoming right will not get you the results
  10. 10. Work towards getting results for our clients to become successful


Conflict of interest with your current work
  1. 1. No sharing of any database with anyone
  2. 2. Be open to feedback / constructive criticism
  3. 3. Call back / email back / skype / SMS back people if you miss their calls or if that’s what you have promised.
  4. 4. Do the work you promised that too on time, in case of delay inform it at earliest all concerned people in advance & not wait till someone asks you.


Work
  1. 1. The Process is just as important as the Result
  2. 2. Plan your day in the morning - share with your team. Report your daily outcomes
  3. 3. Organize your task by writing down your to-do list in the ticketing system. Record everything
  4. 4. Look for waste work to eliminate. It should give you 50% of your time back per day
  5. 5. When you say “I forgot or I got busy” have a backup plan to fix it
  6. 6. You are responsible for the entire outcome of your task not just getting it done and ticking the box
  7. 7. Once you accept a given work, it is your responsibility. Don’t put the monkey on someone else’s shoulder. Taking help is perfectly acceptable
  8. 8. 2-hour checkpoint: every 2 hours in a day, you should have accomplished certain small tasks, make this a habit
  9. 9. Taking initiatives can start with tiny actions
  10. 10. We are in the creative thinking business, Don't beat yourself up for one bad day make sure you leave no unfinished work for the week


Appearance (When on a call with clients)
  1. 1. Dress well
  2. 2. Be well-groomed
  3. 3. Keep your video on


Timeliness
  1. 1. Send a message of coming late/leave as soon as you get the slightest hint of it so that the team can prepare themselves for your absence


Unacceptable behaviour: BE REALLY CAREFUL. YOU WILL BE ASKED TO LEAVE WITHOUT ANY NOTICE IF THERE IS A CASE OF
  1. 1. Sexual harassment
  2. 2. Money misappropriation
  3. 3. Dereliction of duty
  4. 4. Breaking any law of the land
  5. 5. Corruption


Promotions / Increments
  1. 1. Are not given because of vintage or relationship with anyone
  2. 2. How many initiatives do you take?
  3. 3. Completion of your key result areas
  4. 4. Any new revenue opportunity you create


The idea behind this Culture
  1. 1. Currently we have 15 Clients so the idea here is to find ways to double them in 1 year. 2X revenue in 2 years is a short term goal.
  2. 2. The idea here is to focus on a few areas to improve like a convex lens can concentrate the sun's rays to burn a hole in a piece of paper.
  3. 3. The more you remove (waste, inefficiency, miscommunication, zero feedback, sloppy work, unskilled work, rough work etc) the more we will align ourselves with the collective 2X outcome.
  4. 4. Our success depends on leveraging code, automation, the internet, brian power, applying proven ideas, client networks, the ability to say NO and social media that duplicate our efforts with ZERO additional cost and solve simple problems for many users at once


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