When you scrum your money, you establish a framework for achieving your money goals and addressing financial challenges head-on.
People keep asking, "What is the favorite part of your job?" My favorite part of working at Atomic Object? People.
One of Atomic's key values is “Act Transparently.” It’s counterintuitive to most working in sales, but it's critical to a successful outcome.
Among the lessons learned my first year? Company values that have heart and purpose help to create healthy boundaries for the organization.
Value-based selling is a strategy through which we attempt to add value to every potential contact and eventually become their vendor of choice.
A recent incident where two Atomic employees helped an intern fix a flat tire was an example of how Atomic’s values go beyond the workplace.
You have probably heard null described as the billion-dollar mistake. But null itself is not bad. Making null invisible is what tends to cause issues.
If you’re feeling a little fear of missing out — a sense that work could be about 15 percent better, try an exercise in Job Crafting before you quit.