According to Danny Meyer, hospitality is “the single most powerful business strategy that doesn’t get taught enough in business school.” While hospitality is obviously important
Glue work is stuff that needs doing, but falls outside of a job description. It can be critically important, but isn’t any specific person’s responsibility.
This post is the second in a six-part series on Atomic Object’s ownership and the non-ESOP approach we took to gradually shift from a founder-owned
In 2007, when Atomic Object was six years old, I decided I wanted to broaden our ownership base to include employees. In 2009, we executed
How do you know the amount of work you can responsibly take on at the individual, team, or company level? Are you investing time in
Have you ever felt fatigued and found yourself telling others how much you are working or how a particular work responsibility is draining? Have you
Have you ever had a co-worker or employee share a feeling of unfairness about their efforts going unnoticed or unrewarded based on their fixed salary?
How do you know your work focus and level of effort are staying on target for your individual, team, and company goals? Even if you
I’ve rigorously tracked my time at Atomic for 13 years. Yet when I talk with other professionals, I’m frequently reminded that many companies, teams, and individuals
Everyone who works at Atomic as a full-time employee has the expectation of colocating with their team in one of our two offices in Michigan.