People Ops Question: How do we define our company culture?

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Katie Burke on company culture: building a better work culture

ProfitWell

Katie Burke, Chief People Officer at HubSpot , is a marketer-turned-culture expert. To her, culture is much more than a blurb in your job description. A strong people strategy can create a noticeable competitive advantage by marrying culture, innovation, leadership, and inclusiveness.

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4 Ways Marketing Can Contribute to Company Culture

OpenView Labs

At this point, the notion of “company culture” is widely recognized as an effective way to promote retention, increase employee engagement, enhance brand equity and drive overall business growth. Any company traditions. You’ve Defined Your Company’s Culture, Now What?

A Company Culture that I’m Thankful For

InsightSquared

The concept of “Company Culture” is different depending on who you ask. . After my first few weeks, friends in the Boston area started to ask me “what’s the culture like over there?” ” Follow-up questions may revolve around beer kegs, snacks, company softball or curiosity around management-employee communication, goals v. Company Culture shouldn’t be about the company.

Company culture, more than a pool table in the breakroom

Saastronauts

Company culture is at the forefront of almost every CEO’s, Recruiter’s and Manager’s mind. Gone are the days where the prospect of an annual pay review will retain top talent, or a beer fridge and pool table in the breakroom constitute a great company culture. How many companies have you worked at where employees didn’t. The post Company culture, more than a pool table in the breakroom appeared first on Saastronauts | The Dedicated SaaS Job Site.

The Intense Power of a Strong Company Culture

Tom Tunguz

Redpoint partnered with 2U at the Series A, and they are now a $2B publicly traded education company that powers online degree programs for Georgetown, USC, Syracuse, Berkeley, and Yale, among others. It was an inspirational moment for me because I observed the intense power of developing strong company culture. I’ve never read the list of core company values or spoken to the executive team about them. Culture is managing at scale.

How You Can Help Your Sales Team in 2020

SaaStr

Not every prospects, and not every stakeholder at every company, wants a 1-on-1 demo or discussion. Blog Posts Company Culture Company Stage Growth Metrics Resource Type Role / Function Sales TopicsHopefully you are closing the year out strong.

7 Lessons Helping Start Pardot, SalesLoft and Calendly (Video + Transcript)

SaaStr

So Pardot, SalesLoft and Calendly, you’re thinking, “How is this random guy from Atlanta 2000 miles away at the starting floor, at the ground floor of three pretty interesting SaaS companies?” And he’s like, “David, I want to start a company.

The Top Tough Management Lessons – and Mistakes – from Founding a $3.8 Billion Market Leader (Video + Transcript)

SaaStr

Billion company. Live Ramp, a middleware company that connects marketing applications was acquired by Acxiom in 2014 for $310 million. Wait, are we at just an average B2B software company? The best companies in the future are going to have very, very few people.

5 Changes You Can Make >Today< To Grow Faster

SaaStr

It turns out, the week you move them out of the company, the folks that are great and positive will somehow fill the gap, someway. Scaling a SaaS company past say 100 customers, $1m ARR, or even earlier, is as much about making fewer mistakes than it is about going faster, bigger, strong.

From Slooooow Growth to Hypergrowth with Collibra and Insight Partners (Video + Transcript)

SaaStr

How does a startup that launched during the financial crisis in 2008 become a unicorn company in 2019? For Collibra, a cross-organizational data governance platform, the company went from slow growth to hypergrowth. So let’s start with the origin story of the company.

SaaStr Podcasts for the Week with Chargebee and Glassdoor — November 1, 2019

SaaStr

In Today’s Episode We Discuss: * How Krish made his way into the world of SaaS and came to found one of India’s fastest growing SaaS companies in Chargebee? Second, why does Krish believe it is one of the most important things any company must do? And then we decided to start a company.

Scaling from $1MM to $500MM ARR: 5 Strategies to Drive Your Next Wave of Growth with Intercom (Video + Transcript)

SaaStr

I’m going to share with you my stories in growing and scaling businesses, SaaS companies from one million to 500 million in ARR. So when you first started your company, or when you first joined a company, you probably had a goal in mind.

A Step by Step Guide to Revenue Growth with Mark Roberge (Video + Transcript)

SaaStr

He provides an in-depth guide to driving revenue growth at your company and what to expect at each stage. When someone says, “How’s your company going?” So some companies follow that, they call me up and like, “Mark, we nailed it.

SaaStr Podcasts for the Week with Pleo and Talkdesk — September 4, 2019

SaaStr

Ep 270: Jeppe Rindom is the Founder & CEO @ Pleo, the simple spending solution for your company automating expense reports and simplifying company expenses. Why does Jeppe believe that building for SMB makes it easier to build a great culture internally?

How to Acquire a $400B World-Class Company by WePay (Video + Transcript)

SaaStr

WePay CEO Bill Clerico and COO Tina Hsiao discuss how the company went from launch to acquisition. WePay is a payments company for platform businesses like marketplaces, crowdfunding sites & small business software. A lot of companies show trillion dollar market sizes.

SaaStr Podcasts for the Week with Airtable and Shopify Plus — October 25, 2019

SaaStr

How does Liat think about aligning both the personal ambitions of the person with the wider objectives of the company? Companies often worry about whether to go horizontal or vertical, how does Liat personally think about this choice?

SaaStr Podcasts for the Week with Box and Eventbrite — September 6, 2019

SaaStr

262: Jon Herstein is the Chief Customer Officer at Box, the company that provides one platform for secure content management, workflow and collaboration. Went to a company called NetSuite, which is one of the earliest cloud companies. They have to be part of your culture.

SaaStr Podcasts for the Week with SocialChorus, Trello, Gremlin, Terminal, Guild Education, Gitlab, and Pleo — November 15, 2019

SaaStr

Jeppe Rindom is the Founder & CEO @ Pleo, the simple spending solution for your company automating expense reports and simplifying company expenses. What can one do to maintain culture with remote teams? Talent is obviously the most precious resource for a technology company.

SaaStr Podcasts for the Week with Pleo and Talkdesk — October 4, 2019

SaaStr

Ep 270: Jeppe Rindom is the Founder & CEO @ Pleo, the simple spending solution for your company automating expense reports and simplifying company expenses. Why does Jeppe believe that building for SMB makes it easier to build a great culture internally?

Building a sales team that can go from $0-$50M (Video + Transcript)

SaaStr

Gaetan Gachet : So myself, I joined the company back in 2013. So Algolia started out mostly as a inbound long tail company. So what it means is that we had to look like a US company, although we were in Paris. And we would do that in front of the entire company.

SaaStr Podcasts for the Week with HelloSign and Adaptive Insights — August 30, 2019

SaaStr

For those that do not know, HelloSign is the company reimagining how you approach your most important business agreements with their award-winning e-Sign solution. What can founders do to attract seasoned SaaS execs to their early-stage company? How can you develop a winning culture?

SaaStr Podcast #219: Atlassian President Jay Simons on How to Scale an Open Culture

SaaStr

At Atlassian, openness is core to everything the company does: employees can access most information on Confluence; “open company, no b t” is one of the company’s five values. Atlassians knew the company was going public four months before it filed.

Building a Customer-Centric Company: Five Best Practices for Growing to Multi-Digit ARR with Segment and Aloglia (Video + Transcript)

SaaStr

”, the demand engine, the sales team, and I think that one of the things that we think a lot about, is how to make the company customer centric, and how important that is as a principle for growth. When we started, every single person in the company was doing support.

The Rules You Can Break, The Ones You Can’t With Tradeshift (Video + Transcript)

SaaStr

Join this discussion to learn how to maximize efficiency within your company. It’s actually just connecting the hundreds and hundreds of thousands of companies that do business all over the world. We realized that in most company do not have access to the global economy.

How To Scale an Open Culture. What We’ve Learned at Atlassian (Video + Transcript)

SaaStr

“At Atlassian, openness is core to everything we do: every employee can access most information on our product Confluence; “open company, no b t” is one of our five values; it’s a rigorous set of practices we work at every day. I think that the culture itself has-.

10 Tough Lessons We Learned Building a Prenicorn Outside of Silicon Valley from Pendo.io (Video + Transcript)

SaaStr

Building a hyper-growth company is hard anywhere, but building one outside the Bay Area comes with its own unique challenges. Learn how Pendo built a product, team, and culture in its Raleigh hometown that could scale coast-to-coast and continent-to-continent.

Top Global SaaS Trends You Should Know with Google Cloud and Zenoss (Video + Transcript)

SaaStr

As a global technology provider powering thousands of SaaS companies, Google is at the forefront of driving exciting and innovative technologies to market. You’ll also learn how leading SaaS companies are able to scale and thrive in this complex, dynamic environment.

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SaaStr Podcasts for the Week With Rippling and Salesforce — May 31, 2019

SaaStr

237: Parker Conrad is the Founder & CEO @ Rippling, the startup that gives you back your time from payroll to employee computers, Rippling makes it unbelievably easy to manage your company’s HR and IT – in one system. And our company was in like, no position to do it.

SaaStr Podcasts for the Week: May 24, 2019

SaaStr

In Dec 2008, Vista Equity Partners acquired a majority stake in Wrike for a deal reportedly valuing the company at $800m. If the CEO is the guardian of the culture, what does a great guardian look like? What does Andrew think are the major breaking points in the scaling of companies?

SaaStr Podcast #218: Twilio Founder, Jeff Lawson & SendGrid CEO, Sameer Dholakia on Why Developer First Is A Maturation In The Supply Chain Of Software

SaaStr

Jeff Lawson is the Founder & CEO @ Twilio, the company building the future of communications allowing you to engage customers like never before on voice, SMS, WhatsApp or Video. How did they formulate and approach creating a new set of values with the 2 companies coming together?

SaaStr Podcasts for the Week with MessageBird and Gainsight — October 18, 2019

SaaStr

274: Robert Vis is the Founder & CEO @ MessageBird, the company that allows you to talk to your customers via Voice, SMS and Whatsapp. The company raised a monster $60M Series A from Accel and Atomico with only one prior investor being Y Combinator.

How we did it: Gender Equality, Equal Pay, and Racial Equality with Salesforce (Video + Transcript)

SaaStr

That’s not our culture, that’s not our company.” We stood up for equal pay, we did the equality summit, we did a lot of things on this, and we sort of, as we like to do as a company, started flexing our muscle around this.

“The “Dos & Don’ts” of Building Winning SaaS Companies with G2 Crowd (Video + Transcript)

SaaStr

And I’ve been building SaaS Companies now for 20 years, so that’s a long time. My father was an entrepreneur, but he was building pump companies, very different businesses. Oracle just bought the company, but what is it?” He was investing in internet companies.

Avoid Trapdoor Decisions: 5 Lessons Learned from Scaling Stripe (Video + Transcript)

SaaStr

Scaling the company’s employee base, sales teams, marketing, and operations—all while preserving its culture—has required a laser focus on first principles, smart processes, and effective hiring. They built their first company and sold it when they were teenagers.

SaaStr Podcast #212: Nick Mehta, CEO @ Gainsight Discusses Why Burying Customer Success Under Sales Does Not Work

SaaStr

What were some of his big lessons from being CEO at 2 companies during 2 macro market crashes? What can the leader and CEO do to imbue this company wide approach to customer success? Most surprising action that has moved the needle for a company in terms of retention?

How To Scale an Open Culture. What We’ve Learned at Atlassian (Video + Transcript)

SaaStr

“At Atlassian, openness is core to everything we do: every employee can access most information on our product Confluence; “open company, no b t” is one of our five values; it’s a rigorous set of practices we work at every day. I think that the culture itself has-.