Buffer, the company whose products help you schedule social media posts, is also known for their continued action and discussion around the topic of transparency. In particular, they have been publishing everyone employee’s salaries since late 2013. (And, with this handy Buffer salary calculating tool, you can figure out just exactly how much you’d make at Buffer.)
The team at Buffer recently held a BufferLive at Refinery Nashville to chat about one of the values of Buffer: Default to Transparency. The discussion was led by Carolyn Kopprasch, Chief Happiness Officer, Courtney Seiter, Inclusivity Catalyst, and Patrik Ward, Customer Research Lead.
In the spirit of experimentation that Buffer embraces, I put some of what I learned from attending this lively discussion into a set of sketchnotes. (And I’ll be transparent and say that this is the only second sketchnote I’ve ever created. Please send any feedback on how to improve!)