Posts Tagged ‘values’

Small Business, Culture and Pancakes

Mike | April 28th, 2014

Remember when you were a kid and mom would hang one of your drawings on the door of the fridge? How good did that make you feel to be recognized? To have your wonderful talents displayed for everyone to see? When we celebrate the work of a family member or a team member it is […]

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Listening. Listening some more. Acting on what we hear.

Mike | January 8th, 2009

Last May, I wrote here that crowdSPRING values creativity. crowdSPRING values creative people. We spend a great deal of time thinking about information and how it relates to our users and our larger community. Like other businesses, we look at data – activity in the projects, our revenues, feedback, etc. – but we also engage our […]

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Purpose, business, and values

Mike | March 29th, 2008

We have been re-thinking lately whether crowdSPRING needs or wants a “Mission Statement.” Although we had rejected the notion a number of months ago, we are wondering whether it might have value for us. Many businesses have one, but many more choose not to (whether consciously or not) . After bouncing this around a bit, […]

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