One elephant went out to play
Upon a spider’s web one day
He had such enormous fun
That he called for another elephant to come
It all started with an elephant looking for a challenge
Seeing just how interesting everything was, other elephants joined him. They soon realized that it was much more than a mere experience.
It was the pleasure of crafting products that would pass all tests with flying colors and amaze others through their creativity, functionality and lasting value. The first product that they built was a brand new spider web that would allow many more elephants to join in, without the fear of falling.
Elephants have their own special way
As time went by, these elephants worked on creating their own special way, that would not only make them different, but also turn their crafts into world-class digital products.
We are those elephants and the values that brought us all together are innate to each and every one of us, rather than something that we learn along the way.
Working with us at all levels means being part of our team.
Regardless of the project we’ll be tackling together, we’re always honest to one another, help each other on matters that go way beyond the work life, and strive to give our best, something that is noticeable very often in how our projects turn out.
Learning is something that enables us to grow in all of the relationships that we have and turns every scenario into a win-win situation for everyone involved.
Masters of great technologies
and unique methodologies
Play to win-win
Employees, clients and partners win together.
We all guide ourselves by these values. If we didn’t, the spider web wouldn’t have lasted this long.
Learn. Do. Grow.
We grow by doing and we are not afraid to get our hands dirty. We help others do the same.
Let people know where you’re going and speak your mind honestly.
Take care of each other
Care for our clients, care for the team, care for our partners, and show it through action.
Show disciplined autonomy
Don’t wait to be told what to do, but also remember that you are part of a bigger team and act with that in mind.
A set of guidelines about "people things"
The document that covers all “people things” in Thinslices: what do we mean by being good, what does it mean for someone to add value to their team, what is performance, how do we measure it, how we like to give feedback around here, how we look at salary and rewards.
We’ll discuss the criteria of great Agile Partnerships and the aspects that enable strategic allies to develop and deliver high-quality Digital Products quickly during our workshop in Berlin on September 15.
We’ll showcase the benefits of strategic alliances in Digital Product development during our workshop on Agile Partnerships in Frankurt on September 12.
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