We believe companies that “out-behave” their competition will also outperform them. Our aim is to create a “self-governing organization”—a team that doesn’t merely do the next thing right but does the next right thing. We hope to foster this kind of organization by replacing rules with shared principles and a common sense of purpose.
We want to work with people that embody these seven values.
Values at White Rabbit aren’t empty words. They define the behaviors that determine who gets hired, who gets promoted, and who gets let go.
- You are known for candor and directness.
- You are non-political when you disagree with others.
- You only say things about fellow employees you will say to their face.
- You are quick to admit mistakes.
- Be open about as many things as possible. Being open and honest improves team communication and trust.
- Share early in the decision process to avoid “big revelations.” The more context people have, the better their decision making.
- We strive to communication clearly and avoid making assumptions.
- Communicating publicly reduces barriers to contribution and makes collaboration easier.
- You accomplish amazing amounts of important work.
- You use time wisely and work smartly.
- You think about the big picture and can articulate what you should, and shouldn’t, do.
- You smartly separate what must be done well now, and what can be improved later—which details to obsess over and when to move on.
- You demonstrate consistently strong performance so colleagues can rely upon you.