The first step to creating culture in an organization is to become a Mustanger and get everyone connected. All you need is one rabble-rouser to pull together a team of “Mustangers”. A “Mustanger” is what Mustang Engineering fondly calls their employees, but you don’t have to be a Mustang Engineering employee to become a Mustanger, just get to know one and it will rub off on you.
Mustangers are fueled with an infectious energy released from the core company values that delivers seismic waves throughout an organization. It’s this energy that drives… that motivates… that excels employees, clients, and people to be innovative and to become heroes. It’s a focus on people and projects, but it’s also taking the time to have a laugh and enjoy life. It’s spreading that energy to those around you to inspire success. It’s dressing up as an 80’s hair band to get the company of more than 5500 employees excited about an upcoming 25th anniversary party. (If you haven’t seen that video yet, you should be following our Twitter page). It’s all of these things, bottled up into a bold blue horse.
But perhaps, showing what it means to be a Mustanger is more effective than writing about one. Here is a fun short video that captures the spirit of what it means to be a Mustanger while also illustrating the rich history of Mustang Engineering.