The Minority Information Technology Consortium’s values shape its culture and guide the way participants conduct our business.
As MITC Participants, we act with integrity and show respect.
- Demonstrate a commitment to integrity and ethics
- Show respect for and value all individuals for their diverse backgrounds, experience, styles, approaches and ideas
- Speak positively and supportively about team participants when apart
- Listen to others for understanding
- Assume positive intent
We are all accountable.
- Accept personal accountability for our own actions and results
- Focus on finding solutions and achieving results, rather than making excuses or placing blame
- Actively engage in discussions and support decisions once they are made
- Involve others in decisions and plans that affect them
- Keep promises and commitments made to others
- Personally commit to the success and well-being of teammates
- Improve safety and health for employees, and embrace the belief that all injuries are preventable
We are passionate about our business, our brands and our products and services.
- Show pride in our brands and heritage
- Promote a positive, energizing, optimistic and fun environment
- Serve our customers and delight our consumers through the quality of our products and services
- Promote and implement creative and innovative ideas and solutions
- Aggressively promote and protect our reputation
We have the humility and hunger to learn.
- Display openness and curiosity to learn from anyone, anywhere
- Solicit and provide honest feedback without regard to position
- Personally commit to continuous improvement and are willing to change
- Admit our mistakes and learn from them
- Never underestimate our competition
We strive for simplicity.
- Stop processes, procedures and activities that slow us down or do not add value
- Work across organizational boundaries/levels and break down internal barriers
- Deal with people and issues directly and avoid hidden agendas
- Prize results over form
We love success.
- Achieve results and celebrate when we do
- Help people to be their best by providing coaching and feedback
- Work with others as a team to accomplish results and win
- Have a “can-do” attitude and drive to get the job done
- Make people feel valued and appreciated
- Make the tough calls
The Seven Principles of MITC
We believe in ourselves, our team participants and act with goodwill and integrity. We understand and support the following seven principles:
- Collective Work and Responsibility
- Cooperative Economics