As a young startup, the organizational scene we are currently living in is undergoing instrumental transitions. One of them is the corporate maturing process, in which our culture is being developed. Our current members share the responsibility to build our distinctive culture. In order to walk our people over a journey of introspection and self-reflection to solidify common assumptions and describe our intrinsic culture, the HR team embarked on a long project following a hybrid approach top-down and bottom-up. We wrote it down in a succinct and accurate manner. 


■Synergy of Spirit

As part of Synspective, we embark on this journey together, bringing with us our combined experiences and life. As a team, we recognize that the team’s goals are my personal goals, and my goals are the team’s goals. We each share a part of the responsibility to succeed.

I constantly communicate to align my efforts with our goal. I manage my energy and time to maximize team performance. I give more than I take. I provide value when needed and I take responsibility for my own behavior.


■Synthesis of Knowledge

We try to create new value under conditions that have huge uncertainty and volatility. The only way for us to succeed is to progress through trial and error that we learn from and make changes based on our new knowledge.

I listen actively and respectfully to others’ opinions, consider it logically and examine my assumptions, and discuss it with my team constructively. I learn by doing and building upon our experiences. I aim to achieve better results with every new attempt. I accelerate the collective learning process by openly sharing experiences and knowledge with my team.


■Synced with the Future

We have an obligation to create a sustainable future for the next generations. To do so, we must tackle tough challenges as pioneers, leaving our comfort zones that prevent our growth.

I recognize that a smart failure is a step toward success and try to learn from the past to solve new issues in the future. I set aggressive goals and divide them into sprint-victories in order to continue to tangibly advance and make progress. I consider the future, prepare for it, and actively engage in making it happen with quick actions and decisions.



Since we believe that corporate culture could be seen as the way people behave when no one is around watching, we wanted to help and guide our members to consistently embody Synspective’s spirit within their varied business situations, day by day. 

The implication of our credo on the hiring activities is clear: we look for people that have the attitude to bring about Sysnpecrive’s ethos. It is easy to take the term “cultural fit” for granted. But at Synspective we tend to think in terms of “cultural making”, as a prerequisite for a successful organization building strategy. 


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