Pragmateam’s culture is alive and healthy. Experimentation, learning and improving are at the core of everything we do. We live and breath our OKRs.
We are passionate about giving back to the community, either through public speaking, attending meetups and conferences as well as active contribution to open source projects.
Last week we experimented with the offsite format, hosting a mini conference. Each Pragmatist invited a PragmaFriend, whether it be someone they are working with at a client or someone they felt close aligned to our values and passions.
Mid 2016 we found that people were regularly bringing this objective to life, whether it be experimenting with new techniques, organising a learning lunch, presenting at meetups, all with a positive impact on the rest of the team. But we were lacking a way to naturally yet formally thank, reward and recognise each other.
The “team” in Pragmateam is critical to us and our culture. We are a collective of like-minded practitioners who are all inquisitive, continually looking to experiment and learn. And we acknowledge that working together as a team will get better results for us personally, our clients and their customers.
Pragmateam Goals, Objective and Key Results - setting goals to keep us focused and challenged throughout the upcoming 8 weeks and 12 months.