Actually, this may be our only rule. Once we get rid of bullshit – all the inflated promises, empty jargon and meaningless clutter that undercut so many consulting relationships – we make room for the important stuff: Honesty. Trust. Results.
Cybersecurity and compliance are too critical to let bullshit get in the way; that’s why we have such a low tolerance for it. We think you should be intolerant too.
The world around us is awash with bullshit, and nowhere is that truer than in business, especially consulting. You find bullshit in:
It’s easy to write off organisational bullshit as a frustrating but unavoidable part of doing business, but it is so much more damaging than that.
We refuse to accept bullshit because it:
In the end, bullshit threatens our ability to do a good job and deliver results.
It’s a simple moral equation: we’re here to produce as much value as possible and leave the world more secure than we found it. Bullshit makes that more difficult, so it can’t be tolerated. The end.