VISION - MISSION - GOVERNING VALUES


VISION

    One of the few major pillars in a prosperous society is a strong economy realised by well-functioning companies and organisations. These companies are prosperous because of good leadership, quality products and services, access to markets and because of their internal strength. These companies know and are able to adapt themselves quite easily. Their attention and energy is not absorbed by internal struggles. A smoothly functioning organisation which is under control free their mind and allows to focus on the environment, the markets and how to progress and to grow. TEE has to play a major role as leader, influencer, guide and coach in assisting companies to acquire an efficient and effective internal organisation, steadiness, manageability, adaptability and strength.

MISSION

    "Our mission is to strengthen organisations of economical and societal actors internally and to prepare them for the future."

COMPANY's GOVERNING VALUES

"With Respect and Passion, we Build Together Meaningful and Valuable Solutions."

    The following values are the values we strongly belief are the most fundamental. These values are actively spread and lived within our organisation.
    We consciously choose 5 values to cherish and to live up to them. They are represented as balls in our logo.

    1. RESPECT
    2. BUILDING
    3. MEANINGFULNESS
    4. PASSION
    5. COOPERATION



    Fig.: TEE's Model of Values

    RESPECT

      Respect is a fundamental cornerstone in the development of human relations. It is an essential quality in making organisations to work, in doing business and in any other form of collaboration with people and with other companies.

      Respect is the mother of many other values. It is a prerequisite to other values. More, it automatically generates and thus implies other values. Thrust and politeness, for example, are forms of respect. Efficiency can be defined as being respect for the available resources.

      For these two reasons it is one of the most fundamental values.

    BUILDING

      We consider as the primary goal of a company the creation of value. This happens only through building. Building should be understood in its wide sense: Progressing, Learning, Creating, Solving, Improving or Strengthening. Building requires a lot of human competences and many other qualities. Building is far more difficult than destroying. It requires the best from ourselves and the rewards are greater.

    MEANINGFULNESS - Significance - Purpose - Truth - Reality - Value - Essence - Abstraction - Core

      It is vital to understand the real meaning of things, the fundamental laws, concepts, forces, influences and movements that determine structure and behaviour. Only a deeper insight lead to sound decisions and meaningful and adequate solutions. It prevents wasting resources in sloppy, short term solutions and generating tomorrows problems. We are in a continuous quest for the meaning of everything being it large or small, concrete or abstract. It allows us to concentrate, to focus on what really matters. The value of meaning stands also for only engaging in activities and projects that are likely to succeed and to bring real value to all parties.

    PASSION - Motivation

      One can only give the best and make a difference when he or she is passionate. Passion is the fuel of meaningfulness.

    COOPERATION

      There is a lot we can do alone. But much greater achievements can be attained by cooperation. An efficient cooperation multiplies the capabilities. We value the collaboration with colleagues, with other companies, with suppliers, with clients or with any other party.

    These values are our core values. We do also appreciate and actively foster other values, like innovation, creativity, joy or harmony and balance.

BLOG

Available Consultants

Business-IT Collaboration

Project Management: The Triple Constraint
How a software development project can be successful in delivering within the triple constraint while causing damage to the company? We suggest "A New Model to Replace the Harmful Triple Constraint".

Business Demand-driven Software Development
Many business software application developments are driven by demands expressed by the business community. Still important issues remain and the business community may remain unsatisfied. Why Business Demand Driven Information Systems Development Approaches Don't Work ?



Taurus Enterprise Engineering BVBA
Klein Spanuit 84 - 3300 Tienen
Tel: 016/81.19.69 | GSM: 0475/92.50.52
BTW BE 0896.202.202 RPR Leuven

Copyright ©

 
 
AXA Dexia Fluxys BNP Paribas Fortis Euroclear SWIFT - Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication BCC - Belgische kredietkaartmaatschappij - Belgian Card Company Atos Worldline - Banksys De Post - BPost Test Aankoop - Test Achats Test Aankoop - Test Achats Infrabel Railaccess SNCB - NMBS Eurocontrol MIVB STIB Eandis - Energy Indexis - Energy Electrabel - Energy Luminus - Energy Elia - Energy CREG - Energy VREG - Energy UMIX - UMIG - Electricity - Energy GDF Suez Distrigas Association Liégeoise du Gaz Shell Total BP - British Petroleum Tractebel Engineering Jan De Nul Group DEME SMALS CIRB Inbev Belgium Anheuser-Busch InBev Europe - Europa Europese Commissie Federale Overheidsdienst Justitie Belgie - SPF Justice RIZIV INAMI  - Institut national d'assurance maladie-invalidité CM - Christelijke Mutualiteit Photovoltech Ethias ING Eneco EON benelux Proximus Mobistar Belgacom Belgacom ICT Telindus Merck Sharp & Dohme Merck UCB Pharma GlaxoSmithKline Toyota Direct Lease Athlon Car Lease ALD AUTOMOTIVE BELGIUM (Axus) Fleet Management SIMAC Getronics Alten - Axen ARHS - Advanced Reliable Information Systems Contraste Group HP Hewlett Packard Belgium IBM Belgium Siemens Belgium Steria Accenture Belgium Dell Belgium Cegeka Computer Futures Solvensys FUJITSU Belgium Ericsson EconocomAC Partners Oracle Belgium SAP ERP belgium ICT Vacatures - IT Jobs IT Job Board Belgium Careerjet ICTJob.be Stepstone Vacature CIO forum CIOnet FBVI-FAIB - Federatie van Belgische Verenigingen voor Informatica - Fédération d'Associations Informatiques de Belgique I.N.S.E.A. - Belgian Computing and Software Engineering Association ABD-BVD - Association Belge de Documentation - Belgische Vereniging voor Documentatie SAI - Studiecentrum voor Automatische Informatieverwerking BCHI - Belgian Laboratory of Computer-Human Interaction EDM - Expertise centre for Digital Media Belnet - Belgian National Research Network EOA Belgium - European Outsourcing Association Belgium OMBOK - Outsourcing Management Body of Knowledge IAOP - Outsourcing Professional Body of Knowledge™ (OPBOK) BTA - Belgian Teleworking Association Feweb - Federatie van webontwikkelaars ISOC Belgium - Internet Society Belgium Chapter ISOC Wallonie OTA - Open Technology Assembly BeJUG - Belgian Java Users Group BSUG - Belgian Smalltalk Users Group AWT - Agence Wallonne des Télécommunications BELTUG - Belgian Communication Technology and Services User Group BIPT - Belgian Institute for Post and Telecommunications FITCE-Belgium - Fédération of Telecommunication Engineers of the European Community IIBT - Interdisciplinary institute for BroadBand Technology ISPA - Internet Service Providers Association TMAB - Telecommunication Managers Association in Belgium SITEL - Société Belge des Ingénieurs des Télécommunications et d'électronique - Belgische Vereniging van Ingenieurs in Telecommunicatie en Elektronica CENIM - Cercle Namurois d'Informarique Médicale MIM - Belgische Vereniging voor Medische Informatica - Société Belge d'Informatique Médicale  CRID - Centre de Recherches Informatique et Droit, Namur ICRI - Interdisciplinair Centrum voor Recht en Informatica Infopole Agoria DWTI - SIST - STIS - Dienst voor Wetenschappelijke en Technische Informatie Service d'Information Scientifique et Technique CITA - Cellule Interdisciplinaire de Technology Assessment CASPAR - Cultural, Artistic and Scientific Knowledge for Preservation, Access and Retrieval ADA - Femmes et nouvelles technologies / Vrouwen en nieuwe technologieën KVIV - Koninklijke Vlaamse Ingenieursvereniging VSP - Vlaams Software Platform Datanews IT Professional Computerworld I.T. Works - strategic information for IT professionals ISACA - COBIT ISACA - Val IT OGC - ITIL - IT Infrastructure Library ASL BiSL - Application Service Library / Business Information Services Library MITRE - Enterprise Architecture BOK OpenGroup - TOGAF IASA - ITABOK - IT Architect Body of Knowledge PMI - PMBoK - Project Management Body of Knowledge APM - APM BoK - APM Body of Knowledge OGC - PRINCE2 IIBA - BABoK - Business Analysis Body of Knowledge INCOSE - Guide to the Systems Engineering Body of Knowledge NPD Solutions - New Product Developmet Body of Knowledge Usability Bok Volere Requirements Resources DAMA - DAMA-DMBOK Guide - DAMA Guide to the Data Management Body of Knowledge ABPMP - BPM CBOK - Business Process Management Common Body of Knowledge BPMN - Business Process Management Notation IDEF - Integration DEFinition Methods SEI - CMMI - Capability Maturity Model Integration SPICE - Software Process Improvement and Capability dEtermination (aka ISO/IEC 15504) IEEE - SWEBoK - Guide to the Software Engineering Body of Knowledge OMG - UML - Unified Modeling Language COSO - Committee of Sponsoring Organizations ISACA - Information Systems Audit and Control Association AEA - Association of Enterprise Architects IASA - International Association of Software Architects Association of Open Group Enterprise Architects Business Architects Association ASL BiSL Foundation OGC - Office of Government Commerce PMI - Project Management Institute PMI - Belgium APM - Association for Project Management IIBA - International Institute of Business Analysis - CBAP DAMA - Data Management International BPMI - Business Process Management Institute BPMI - Business Process Management Initiative (OMG) The Open Group OMG - Object Management Group SPR - Software Productivity Research SEI - Software Engineering Institute IIA - Institute of Internal Auditors