Until now, the growth of our company has been entirely a function of our workload. When we’ve got too much work for our current staffing level, we take on new staff.
That strategy has worked pretty well for us— and has kept our team small and agile. But it also means we haven’t always had the headroom we need to pursue new ideas, chase brainstorms, or plan for the long term.
With this in mind, we’ve just made a major investment in our future by adding four new employees— only one of whom is a replacement. Our new staff of eight will allow us to address a broader range of our clients’ strategic and practical needs, but will also give us the freedom to think bigger and more broadly about the context of our work.
Meet the new Whales: