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Our Manifesto

Here is our Manifesto that we have learnt and imbibed over the years that has gotten us the success and now preach to pass it on to you!

Level 5 leadership It’s about us, not me.

We must focus on building an enduring organisation rather than obtaining personal benefit. Leadership is about all of us at UAbility (the people) — upgrading and coaching everybody, injecting energy, living and breathing the vision, trusting each other, and candoring our relationships; and celebrating wins together! Leadership will maintain personal humility and make decisions based on what’s best for the team and the clients.

A-team > thousands of B players in a group

Great companies have great teams and we at UAbility hold a high bar of excellence. We believe in hiring slow, firing fast, and putting our best people on our biggest opportunities.

Confront brutal facts habitually

We lead with questions and not answers:

Singular focus

We ONLY do things we are passionate about
We ONLY do things that drives the economic engine
We ONLY do things where we can be the best in the world
We refuse to do anything outside the above sweet spot.

Compounding effect

Fanatic discipline

Test aggressively

We make many small bets (low cost, low risk, low distraction) in promising ideas, empirically discover what worked, and then invest heavily in the winners.

Productive Paranoia

We classify risk in three terms and prepare for them vigilantly
We constantly zoom in and out in various areas of our business to observe the same constantly and then make the necessary changes to our plan based on the change in circumstances.

Specific, Methodical, and Consistent

We will stick to each element of our recipe for decades (changing only 15% of the elements over 15-years).
Specific, Methodical, and Consistent We will stick to each element of our recipe for decades (changing only 15% of the elements over 15-years). A great example of a company adhering to this principle would be Apple who doesn't immediately install a new technology in their product-line unless it has already been battle-tested in the market by competitors. Once the proof of concept has been established, Apple unleashes a bazuka that ends up capturing the whole market share.

Maximising per-share value of the Company

Capital allocation will be done on activities that produce a minimum 20% return on investment after tax.
We will produce high cash flow and then deploy that cashflow on higher return activities. Maximize cash flow and shareholder returns.

Institution over product

Our focus should be on the entire institution that can constantly produce excellent products rather than just a single product.
Example - Amazon, Kindle, AWS (to save their hosting) etc.

Home-grown management

We will produce high cash flow and then deploy that cashflow on higher return activities. Maximize cash flow and shareholder returns.

Good enough never is

We are focused on long-term goals, but our short-term results still are excellent. There is no inherent tradeoff between the two.
Today’s results arrived from yesterday’s efforts.

Over communicate clarity

We all are each other’s Chief Reminding Officers. Once the goals are set, we must remind ourselves about the same regularly till the time the targets are realised.

Bias for action

The burden of proof is on the one who argues an idea won’t work, not the one who believes it will.
Example — We do not do meetings until we can formulate a defined action-plan at the end of the same.

Close to the customer

We have a near obsession with service, quality, and listening to the end user.
We imagine it as if we are hosting a big dinner party and have invited the most important people on earth. We treat each client the same way we would treat our guests at the party.

Autonomy and entrepreneurship

Innovative ideas are championed not only by individual product zealots, but also by a senior manager who can push them forward. Well-intentioned failure is more than tolerated.

Simple form, lean staff

Our organisational structure is stable, but can be broken if needed. Business units are small and entrepreneurial. Each held accountable to its own board.

Proud but never satisfied

Our past success should not be viewed as an entitlement.
Focus on understanding the environment, doing specific things in response, learning, and consistently improving.
We are not entitled to nothing and everything can be taken away from us in a single blink. Therefore, we must stay focused on growing the flywheel consistently by improving.

Saying goodbye

There will be no surprises as the performance gap would be evident on the data sheet and sufficient opportunity period would be given to improve. Nobody will be humiliated in this company.

No room for culture-f**k*rs.

Everyone must pass the test of Integrity, Intelligence, Maturity and Culture.
People who value results over stability
Senior roles — Authenticity, vision, resilience, and those who surround themselves with people smarter than they are.
HR — Half-pastor-half parent types
Marketing — Young data scientists
Sales — Young hungry people who love to talk with problem-solving ability.
Coach — Problem solving ability and t-shaped generalist.

What to do when things go wrong?

During tough times, we respond by refocusing on the disciples that made us great in the first place, slowly accumulating enough small wins to restore momentum and faith in the team. Our core values always help us recover.
Remember, we will survive and be strong. We always have.

Competition is for losers

We are here to be #1 and play the long-term game.

Always focus on improving

We must try to beat last year’s performance and the competition.
Our competition is us.

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