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TPS66: The Asian Efficiency Core Values

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Zack and Thanh chat about Asian Efficiency’s four core values. They discuss why the company decided to make core values, how they have helped the business, and go into detail describing each one.


Cheat Sheet

  • Why it is so important to start a set of core values
  • The unexpected benefits of having core values
  • How core values can help your business as your team grows
  • The 4 core values that drive every decision we make at Asian Efficiency
  • What Wealth Dynamics are and how we use this test to hire the right people
  • Zack’s personal interpretation of each core value
  • Why we had too many core values originally and how we trimmed them down
  • What core value the team is thinking about adding next year

Core Values

  1. Glowing Green
  2. Pulling Other Up
  3. No Ego Teamwork
  4. Data-Driven Decisions

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2 Comments

Posted by Kate  | August 7, 2016 at 1:55PM | Reply

I was looking forward to seeing that spreadsheet, too, but I could not find it! I really want to do this exercise for myself. Will you be posting that file at a later time? Thanks.

Posted by Janeira  | January 7, 2016 at 1:58PM | Reply

Great episode! I really enjoyed hearing more about how AE’s core values were decided and are being used. Zack said he would post a link to a Google spreadsheet of values he used to make his own personal values list. Would you please add that link? Thank you!

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