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January 31, 2018
Lately, I have been hearing a lot of "that's the way our culture is" or "that's the way we're going to do it" within the company.
For example, just because you have a certain type of job does not mean that you will only do that job; you will do many different things.
I'm an engineer, but it's normal for me to direct, to comment on design, to create surprises in the event management department, to advise on pricing strategies, to attend marketing events, and to comment on profit margins.
Since one of our policies is to enjoy today to the fullest, the culture seems to be that it is not fun to reduce the number of options by getting caught up in job titles.
Looking back, I found the following article that I posted five years ago.
The Cultural Sphere of the Company
The Cultural Sphere of the Company 2012.05.28
While a company is certainly defined by law, it is a vessel and can be run in any direction.
When I thought about what a company should be like with that kind of freedom, I suddenly remembered what was written in the book "The Philosophy of Guinness," about a company that makes black beer.
A company must be valued by the culture it creates.
Yes, culture. Culture means "that which promotes growth" and "the behaviors and ideas inspired by it.
How noble and high-minded a company is does not appear in its commercials, much less in its adopted mascot or slogan.
The most important indicator is what kind of life the people belonging to it are willing to live.
I feel that this has borne some fruit.