We embrace global team work and build on a foundation of enormous trust and flexibility as we are already spread across 10 countries, 5 continents, and as many time zones.
its 125 year since Arhenius published his paper on the impact of Carbon Monoxide and global warming, in 1896. We like to push hard on reducing the impact the build environment is making on the globe while designing better cities for a humane and healthier tomorrow..
we love Spock from Startrek, always learning and super pragmatic. Solving real world problems we have to be pragmatic and hyper transparent with each other as a team. Honesty can hurt but we trust each other to wanting to learn to do better and push each other.
as we are running out of time and cities have become unhealthy to live in, yet 2Billion more people are moving to the cities we have to create better ways to develop and design the build environment.
for change to have an impact we embraced simplicity for our users and rescue the threshold to use our platform making it easy to learn and highly accessible.
to solve real problem we have to work with real data and science and so do our users. So we make significant amount of data available and mary our users with science.
Optimism helps the team find new opportunities, learn from any situation and share, and keep moving.
Embrace the fact everyone has a different work style where they most productive
Organize tasks in a way that people can work together without being in constant communication.
No need to ask permission to pick up your kids from school or attend a medical appointment.
Tasks like coding or writing requires deep concentration. Create an environment that minimizes distractions.
If you have a new idea, share with the team early on.
Feel free to say no to new ideas. Don’t take it personally if you are on the other end.
Everyone on the team must be both a teacher and a learner.
Everyone on the team must be self-initiated and ask for help when needed.
Start work at 4am? Fine! Someone on the team will be awake.
Try to minimize where possible.
Allow team-members the chance to work remotely in different locations.
Some people concentrate better in a cafe, or at home.
If you are having a bad day (hey we are all human after all), do not take it out on others.
Create separate chats for small teams. Shuffle teams so everyone gets to work with each-other.
Fun side-projects feed inspiration and future inventions.
Honing your ability to think makes you a deadly team member
Everyone’s personal and professional network is a valuable asset to a startup
At all costs.
Why are we in a startup in the first place?