On the LinkedIn McCaw Alumni group, Viki Andino asked for the McCaw Values from the wallet card. Jan Albert and over a dozen others responded.
Choked me up. Took me back to the Huey delivering the cell site on Mt. Tamalpais. Those values are still worth keeping today.
Best use of LinkedIn Groups I've seen. Too good to keep inside the group. Thanks!
Our goal is to establish our company as the premier convenience communications1 company in the world. To do this, we must earn the continuing loyalty of customers by providing them with network service systems which they acknowledge to be of superior value in a way which is profitable to us, thus creating long-term rewards for our shareholders and employees.
Therefore, we will:
1. Hire and develop great people (it's the most important thing we do). Decentralize and empower them to make decisions, but balance this to take advantage of our strengths.
2. Stay close to our customers. Listen to them and care for them beyond their expectations.
3. Provide superior network service systems of the best quality, as defined by the customer.
4. Pursue excellence in all we do. It helps make customers happy and gives real meaning to life.
5. Keep it simple. Focus on results (satisfying customers), not on form (administrative processes). This will be especially important as we grow.
6. Run lean (but spend wisely to achieve our goals and values).
7. Be humble. It helps keep an open mind, a caring attitude, and respect for others.
8. Be a team player. Teams are more powerful than individuals.
9. Employ good judgment. It makes empowerment work.
10. Keep our promises. It builds precious credibility.
11. Consider the future (with an eye on the customer). Be flexible and open to new ideas and change. Be respectfully irreverent, questioning established ways, the "impossible," and things that conflict with our goals and values.
By doing the above, we commit to becoming the world's premier convenience communications: company.
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