Anyone who has worked with us knows that Rainmakers are unique. Incredible people who are different, who think differently, able to navigate exceptional complexity and spot opportunities that mean our clients achieve wonder.
People who truly make a difference.
Made possible by our values that define us, and our culture that differentiates us.
Living these means we don’t read CVs. We hire brilliant minds, not career histories. It means we truly work out loud. It means we do the right things for our clients. But most importantly, it means we recognise that each and every one of us has a role in shaping, contributing to, and keeping our culture alive.
That isn’t always easy, and it doesn’t happen by chance.
Earlier this week Jan Joubert, our CEO, sent this letter to us members of the Strategic Leadership Team, affirming how important our culture is. Reminding us that our thinking needs to be shaped by the incredible Rainmakers we work with, that their ideas are what we need to bring to the table, and that we all have an active part to play in making the decisions that impact us all.
It is a great letter, shared immediately with all Rainmakers. And in true working out loud, I am sharing it with you too.
If only all CEOs took culture so seriously…
by Christina Hammond-Aziz
Public sector procurement is crucially important as the contracts involve vast sums of taxpayers’ money and support the delivery of essential front-line public services.
The Global Digital Marketplace aims to help international governments make their procurement more transparent…
In November, the Digital Marketplace celebrated its fourth birthday. Mark Hastings looks at how it’s giving SMEs access to significant government and local authority work.