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Organizational Values

These 8 principles inform how Bedrock Energy interacts with partners and clients, makes decisions, and treats one another. We believe that people and culture matter, and we strive every day to communicate, collaborate, and behave in ways that make us proud to be a team. 

Strong Hypotheses, Loosely Held

We’re creative, collaborative, and intellectually honest in how we solve problems.

We proactively propose hypotheses, then remain open-minded to new ideas and diverse perspectives.

Speed Matters

Our mission requires velocity and agility. We recognize when decisions are reversible, so we move towards action rather than endless study. No plan survives first contact with reality; we expect to learn and adapt quickly. 

Technical Excellence

We solve problems with simple, resourceful, and high-quality solutions. We consider real-world circumstances, risks, and trade-offs. We do not take risks with people’s safety

Ownership Mentality

 We run towards challenges with an ownership mentality, seeking to dive into solutions proactively. We take responsibility for outcomes, especially when things are tough. We never say “someone else will handle it."

We Are A Team

We share success and setbacks as a team. While we won’t always agree, we “disagree and commit” to make outcomes successful. We hold one another blameless when things go wrong, and work together to fix problems. Obstacles, crises, and failures are opportunities to reflect and grow.

Soft on People, Tough on Problems

We communicate directly and transparently. We debate the facts without getting personal and disagree without being disagreeable. We set up our colleagues for success by pairing honest feedback with empathy, compassion, and respect.

Inspiring People

Our standards are extremely high. We choose to work with people who inspire us with their excellence, integrity, grit, and passion.

Think BIG

We’re bold, confident and focused in how we act and communicate. We do not accept the status quo and never say something is impossible. Thinking BIG is a self-fulfilling prophecy.

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