Springfield Utility Board

SUB Core Values

  • Efficiency – greatest amount of output for a given amount of input. Strive for the "Biggest bang for the buck"
  • Effective service delivery, but also be cost-effective – a private enterprise bias, even though SUB is a monopolistic, publicly owned enterprise
  • Honesty – high ethical standards from all employees in the organization
  • High esteem of the organization as perceived by the community and customers we serve
  • Productivity – positive accomplishments in building solid facilities (infrastructure) and operating systems
  • High quality of people, in terms of their personal and professional capabilities – treating those employees with respect, honesty, and openness
  • Fiscal integrity and survival of the organization
  • Value of the employees as a resource and means by which to accomplish goals – the complement to financial means in accomplishing goals
  • Goal-orientation – focusing on specific projects and accomplishments
  • Gain sharing and reward for productivity to employees
  • Fairness and equality to customers we serve
  • Teamwork, as opposed to internal competition and conflict
  • Respecting the policy directives of the Board of Directors

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