Treat Agilytic like it is all yours
The first one is simple yet fundamental: use your best judgment in all situations.
We don’t hire smart people to micro-manage them the first chance we get.
We want to give you as much autonomy to do remarkable things. In return, we expect you to act/decide/allocate resources in the best interest of the organization.
If you face a potential conflict of interest, be it minor (e.g., "what kind of hotel can you book for a conference") or major (e.g., "your husband has just been named CEO of our biggest client"), then it is your duty to speak up, which brings us to the following...
All other values, rules, guidelines, checklists etc. exist help you make better, more informed decisions. But they can be imperfect. And they can not be an excuse for you not to do what you know is right.