Default to Transparency

I’ve admired the company Buffer for some time now. They have a great open blog about their work place culture and different things that they are trying at the company.

Their first company value is “Default to Transparency”. It seems so obvious but it’s something that often isn’t the case in today’s society. Which is why it’s nice to see a company like Buffer lead the way.

Don’t get me wrong, there are times where not being transparent can make sense (like if you’re working on a super top secret product…). But more often than not being transparent, open and honest is beneficial for everyone.

Ask me anything, I’ll give you the truth.