Corporate Responsibility & Corporate Governance
Integrity without compromise is Intuit's #1 operating value — and it has been since our operating values were formalized in 1993. Bottom line, everyone at the company is accountable for living up to the highest standards of business conduct and ethics. Following is an overview of some of the steps we've taken to ensure integrity in everything we do.
Our Values Evolution
Intuit was founded in 1983, committed to integrity, to our customers and to our employees. That commitment remains as strong today as it did then.
As we grew, our employees preserved that spirit in a written legacy for the future. In 1993, we shut down for a day and gathered together to clearly define our vision, mission and operating values.
The result: a series of ten operating values that guided us into a new millennium.
In 2010, we reaffirmed our commitment to our values, and re–examined their language to ensure they remained as relevant and meaningful today as they were when our employees defined them in 1993.
Through this journey, we reflected on our history, who we are today, and the company we aspire to be. In the end, what began as a mission to reaffirm our values became an opportunity to refresh them, while keeping the spirit of our original values alive. These six refreshed values reflect the heartbeat and spirit of Intuit.
Intuit's Corporate Governance
Good governance is about doing the right things for Intuit and its shareholders. This has always been our priority.