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Culture Code How our culture
helps to save energy.
Noun
1. Organizational culture is the behavior of
humans within an organization, and the
meaning that people attach to those
behaviors.
What is
culture?
culture | ‘kelCHer |
2. Culture includes the organization’s why,
values, norms, systems, symbols, language,
assumptions, beliefs, and habits.
Let’s talk
about
Skeleton’s
culture.
On their way to
greatness,
every company
develops a
culture that
helps them on
that journey.
Why is
culture
important?
- Peter Drucker
Culture eats
strategy for
breakfast.
Culture is important,
but how does it
translate into actions?
It’s the
attitudes, behaviors, mindsets
we believe are important to succeed as a company,
so everyone should have them.
These are our Core Values:
Get Sh#t Done
We focus on
finding solutions,
not describing
problems
We start with a
goal in mind and
do what it takes
to reach it
We learn through
doing, not
through endless
discussions
Push Boundaries
We go
outside our
comfort
zones
We act
with a
sense of
urgency
We
question
the status
quo
We keep
trying when
others would
have given up
Use Good
Judgement
We use
our
resources
wisely
We seek to
help, even
if it’s “not
our job”
We speak up
when we see
something that
needs solving
We value
clarity
over
cleverness
- Lily Tomlin
I always wondered
why somebody
doesn’t do some-
thing about that.
Then I realized I
was somebody.
How we act
People
Netflix said it best when they said:
We’re a team, not a family.
We hire, develop and cut smartly so we
have stars in every position.
Having said that,
WE LOOK FOR
ATTITUDE
WITH
APTITUDE.
Having the right skills is not enough – you also need the enthusiasm and drive.
However, if you come to work
with a spark in your eye,
there’s nothing worse than a
rude, whining
peacock.
So, like a nightclub,
we have a strict door policy:
NO PEACOCKS
NO WHINERS
NO JERKS
Work
What’s
important?
When managing yourself and others,
follow these four principles
1.
Results
2.
WDWBW
3.
Iterate
4.
Use second
order
thinking
1. We work for results
and we realize that the best results
are not always achieved at the
office between 9 and 5.
Sometimes you need
peace and quiet to
get sh#t done.
Although keep in mind that
we operate as a team,
which means meetings and
direct communication are
required for the
team’s results, too.
Action items without clear
responsibilities and deadlines is
just talk.
2. WDWBW
WDWBW
Five words that take
you from “talk” to “done”.
WHO DOES WHAT BY WHEN
Charting new territory is –
by definition –
full of unknowns.
3. We learn by doing.
But don’t get stuck
in planning, from
the comfort of
your desk.
So know where you want to go.
What is the “big picture” goal?
Get out
there.
Find what
works and
what
doesn’t.
Iterate,
improve and
keep working
towards your
goal.
The immediate
effects of our actions
are usually relatively
predictable.
4. “And then what?”
But what we should be asking
ourselves is “and then what?”.
What comes after the immediate and what after that etc.
This called second
order thinking
and it’s the
key to success.
Skeleton Culture Code

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Skeleton Culture Code

  • 1. Culture Code How our culture helps to save energy.
  • 2. Noun 1. Organizational culture is the behavior of humans within an organization, and the meaning that people attach to those behaviors. What is culture? culture | ‘kelCHer | 2. Culture includes the organization’s why, values, norms, systems, symbols, language, assumptions, beliefs, and habits.
  • 3. Let’s talk about Skeleton’s culture. On their way to greatness, every company develops a culture that helps them on that journey.
  • 5. - Peter Drucker Culture eats strategy for breakfast. Culture is important, but how does it translate into actions?
  • 6. It’s the attitudes, behaviors, mindsets we believe are important to succeed as a company, so everyone should have them. These are our Core Values:
  • 7. Get Sh#t Done We focus on finding solutions, not describing problems We start with a goal in mind and do what it takes to reach it We learn through doing, not through endless discussions
  • 8. Push Boundaries We go outside our comfort zones We act with a sense of urgency We question the status quo We keep trying when others would have given up
  • 9. Use Good Judgement We use our resources wisely We seek to help, even if it’s “not our job” We speak up when we see something that needs solving We value clarity over cleverness
  • 10. - Lily Tomlin I always wondered why somebody doesn’t do some- thing about that. Then I realized I was somebody.
  • 12. Netflix said it best when they said: We’re a team, not a family. We hire, develop and cut smartly so we have stars in every position.
  • 13. Having said that, WE LOOK FOR ATTITUDE WITH APTITUDE. Having the right skills is not enough – you also need the enthusiasm and drive.
  • 14. However, if you come to work with a spark in your eye, there’s nothing worse than a rude, whining peacock.
  • 15. So, like a nightclub, we have a strict door policy: NO PEACOCKS NO WHINERS NO JERKS
  • 17. When managing yourself and others, follow these four principles 1. Results 2. WDWBW 3. Iterate 4. Use second order thinking
  • 18. 1. We work for results and we realize that the best results are not always achieved at the office between 9 and 5. Sometimes you need peace and quiet to get sh#t done.
  • 19. Although keep in mind that we operate as a team, which means meetings and direct communication are required for the team’s results, too.
  • 20. Action items without clear responsibilities and deadlines is just talk. 2. WDWBW
  • 21. WDWBW Five words that take you from “talk” to “done”. WHO DOES WHAT BY WHEN
  • 22. Charting new territory is – by definition – full of unknowns. 3. We learn by doing.
  • 23. But don’t get stuck in planning, from the comfort of your desk. So know where you want to go. What is the “big picture” goal?
  • 24. Get out there. Find what works and what doesn’t. Iterate, improve and keep working towards your goal.
  • 25. The immediate effects of our actions are usually relatively predictable. 4. “And then what?”
  • 26. But what we should be asking ourselves is “and then what?”. What comes after the immediate and what after that etc.
  • 27. This called second order thinking and it’s the key to success.