Why do certain groups add up to be greater than the sum of their parts, while others add up to be less? Because culture.

Working at ripplemark is embracing culture.

One of the things we realized every thriving organization has is culture. By culture we don’t mean these grandiose vapid statements about hard work or honesty, by culture we mean a set of beliefs, learnings, practices that create an atmosphere of empathy, knowledge sharing and above all perseverance. At the end of the day, culture is how everyone should act when no one is watching. 

If you have what it takes to read and focus, create tangible results that show your ideas in execution and above all help others when they need you, then you have what it takes to be a rippler. 


“One misconception about highly successful cultures is that they are happy, lighthearted places. This is mostly not the case. They are energized and engaged, but at their core their members are oriented less around achieving happiness than around solving hard problems together. …1. You are part of this group. 2. This group is special; we have high standards here. 3. I believe you can reach those standards.”

Daniel Coyle, The Culture Code. 

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