Carrots and sticks are so last century. In “Drive,” Dan Pink says that for 21st century work, we need to upgrade to autonomy, mastery, and purpose. At Aegis, we’re doing just that.
Our culture reflects the talented, smart, curious, and disciplined people who work here. We have one goal—improve patient outcomes—and we are committed to enjoying the journey. To do that, we’ve established an autonomous work environment founded on the principles of commitment-based management where people can do their very best work.
Take a look around to see who we are and how we work.
Traits of an Aegi
Team building is an art. You have to be able to identify strengths and weaknesses and provide a forum for everyone to use their gifts.
We’ve noticed that the Aegi share certain fundamental traits that make them successful. These traits allow team members to play where they are strong and let others shine where they are weak.
At Aegis, work isn’t somewhere we go; it’s something we do. We operate in a results-only work environment anchored in a commitment-based management philosophy.
We don’t dread work; we enjoy it, and we think you will too.