Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Be a CEO at NPS Global Engineers

Dear top prospective colleagues,

We hope for you to be an NPS CEO some day. 

Though the unusual reason NPS has for existing makes growth for profit meaningless, careful growth makes sense because more engineers deserve the NPS experience. One of the safeguards of the NPS experience is our Small Companies identity value. The Small Companies value requires one-team companies, meaning that our companies ideally have 6 to 8 colleagues. So for every team of NPS engineers, there must be a CEO.

I would love to add colleagues to NPS endlessly. I love being an engineer, I love what NPS has become, and I love finding the smartest people in the world. Our customers love working with smart, diligent, and attentive people. Hire, hire, hire! But not without more CEO's.

NPS exists to make great jobs and to do cool stuff. If your idea of a great job doing cool stuff might include being an NPS CEO some day, we may be ready for each other.


Tom Haws
Founder of NPS Global Engineers

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Unknown said...
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Unknown said...

It is nice to have a group of people with a CEO in a well defined structure. But, most importantly is to establish a connection on the personal level through recurring meetings.

Thomas Gail Haws said...

I'd like to hear more about this thought.

Unknown said...

Bi-weekly meetings for 30 minutes or monthly meetings to break the silent barrier between colleagues. I dont see much coordination or talk between NPS members to exchange thoughts or ask for help. it is a deadly silent.
I know it means additional overhead cost, but for a long term relationship you need people and colleagues to open up and feel ok to chat with each other.
Basically become friends on a professional level.

Thomas Gail Haws said...

Oh. I see. Company meetings.