Articulate is a human-centered organization
We put people first.
Our point of view
As a human-centered organization, we believe:
We are all human
We come to work with our unique histories, our vulnerabilities, and the social location we inhabit based on things like race, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, and religion.
We are all connected
Healing and improving ourselves and our relationships with one another reverberates throughout our teams, society, and the world.
We are all works-in-progress.
We seek to learn and evolve as humans, teammates, and members of society.
We are responsible for ourselves and accountable to one another.
We are both unique individuals and members of a team, and must work together to grow and succeed.
We are focused on results and strive to make a positive impact in the world.
We are focused on results and strive to make a positive impact in the world. We value work at Articulate that has purpose, meaning, and impact.
We are ethically called to create an equitable, sustainable, and empowering workplace.
We strive to be the brightest corner of the universe, where everyone feels empowered, valued, and safe to be their whole selves.
Our beliefs in action
We think one of the best ways to illustrate how Articulate is creating a brighter corner of the universe is to contrast our approach to supporting the employees journey with a typical company’s.
Our approach to people
We focus on how to empower people to be their best selves. Most companies focus on how they get the most out of employees.
We create conditions that support intrinsic motivation. Most companies motivate employees with extrinsic rewards and punishments.
We give people flexibility over where and how they work to fulfill their job responsibilities remotely. Most companies require employees to commute to the workplace and work predefined hours.
We expect people to be team-focused and foster an equitable team environment. Most companies have me-focused environments rife with political behavior.
Our approach to teams
We have low levels of bureaucracy. Most companies have lots of bureaucracy.
We offer guidelines around healthy behaviors and respectful boundaries. Most companies implement policies to keep employees in line.
We weave diversity, inclusion, and belonging into the fabric of our company. Most companies pay lip service to diversity, inclusion, and belonging.
Our approach to making an impact in the world
We focus on how to provide the most value to our customers. Most companies focus on how they make the most revenue from customers.
We focus on how to have the biggest impact. Most companies focus on how to make the most money.
We own responsibility for improving social and environmental conditions in the way we work. Most companies simply strive to comply with regulations and protect their image.