Culture Codes

Company culture decks aggregated all in one place

Culture Codes is a collection of culture decks, core values, mission statements, and more from real companies. In total, these companies employ over 280,000 people around the world.

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Here's an awesome aggregation of culture decks, values and mission statements from actual companies and organizations who employ over 280k people.
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Hey All, Andy here. I put this list together and am excited to share it with you. For some backstory, we started talking about culture and values at my startup, Tettra, this week. I worked at HubSpot for two years and one of the things that impressed me was the strong company culture. It was basically a way to scale decision making a cross the company. At the center of it was @dharmesh's Culture Code. I started looking for published Culture Codes from other companies to share with our team at Tettra for inspiration. Thought it would be helpful to curate them into a list to share with the rest of the community too.
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@andygcook Thanks, Andy for putting this list together. Some great culture code decks in there. And I'm honored that you included HubSpot in the list. Cheers.
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@dharmesh @andygcook Netflix's culture deck should be required reading for anyone working at a startup. 🍿 🍿
@andygcook @nivo0o0 Agreed. I'm a HUGE fan of the Netflix culture deck. It is the standard by which I measure all others. Also honored to have spent a bunch of time with Patty McCord (who was co-author of the Netflix deck).
this is a cool resource. Sheryl Sandberg has called Netflix's culture deck potentially "the most important document ever to come out of the Valley.”
@_jacksmith Here's the original article where she's quoted. A good read for everyone interested in Netflix
When I saw this I immediately thought of @Dharmesh and @HubSpot. Happy to see their deck here. :)
Just read HubSpot's culture code for the first time. Wow, incredible work @dharmesh!
@lwesleylittle Thanks for the kind words. Glad you liked it.