Diary for Skud … we

Diary for Skud

… we wanted to work somewhere that didn’t have so many arbitrary rules about “how things are done” and “appropriate business behaviour” and so on (everything from leave application forms to using Microsoft by default). Yeah, OK, there are certain things you do need to have in place (as we learnt the hard way) but generally speaking we found that having a casual, open work environment, a very flat org chart, and letting people just generally do what they needed to without too much bullshit in the way, worked well and kept us happy.

Bingo. Inverse the above and there is my current work enviroment.

Diary for Skud … we

Diary for Skud

… we wanted to work somewhere that didn’t have so many arbitrary rules about “how things are done” and “appropriate business behaviour” and so on (everything from leave application forms to using Microsoft by default). Yeah, OK, there are certain things you do need to have in place (as we learnt the hard way) but generally speaking we found that having a casual, open work environment, a very flat org chart, and letting people just generally do what they needed to without too much bullshit in the way, worked well and kept us happy.

Bingo. Inverse the above and there is my current work enviroment.