of All Trades is a cooperator that brings cross-functional generalists into early-stage startups to build the foundations for scale. We’ve reimagined how innovative founders build their teams, and where career generalists find a professional home.
Our cooperator brings generalists with intersecting skills into the key organizational gaps of your startup. As the world goes fractional & freelance, we believe in the power of many. For startups starting to scale, working with our team makes the most of these messy beginnings, combating early employee burnout and focusing efforts on the work that will make a measurable impact.
Our generalists are cross-functional operators with strengths in going from nothing to something (big). We believe in the power of systems thinking and untangling startup mess to make the early days the best days.
We’re experts at securing the right early stage tools and crafting key rules that support the incredible people who are scaling your startup.
We work with founders to systematize their vision, and unlock potential for scale. With our hands as founder proxy and team support, we extend startup reach to achieve milestones quickly.
Startups are hard. They need hands, help, and heart. We are startup people helping startup people, and put humans first, always.
And we’re humbled that they allow us to do the same.
"Britt and the of All Trades team provided valuable support to our team at a critical inflection point where we had just doubled the size of our team and needed support getting everyone up to speed quickly while simultaneously..."
"The of All Trades team has been an indispensable partner and sounding board for our growing startup. With so many competing priorities, they have helped us focus and organize far better than we could have on our own. More..."
"Having a skilled generalist lead and support key cross-functional projects has extended the reach of our founding team at a crucial time. It's allowing us to kick off early-stage efforts in partnerships, customer onboarding, and..."
Post idea-stage startups succeed because they’ve taken their “why” and crafted a clear “how”, and the best ones do it by using behavioral science and product manager methodology on their internal product. Some call it culture. We think it’s something more. We’ve watched generalists naturally apply these principles for success.
We use the fundamental principles of behavioral science most often used by product leaders building your customer-facing products to create ideal operating systems and working environments for scaling startups. The byproduct of your internal product is your culture. And once you're a startup of more than one person, you have a culture that affects your ability to grow. Our work fundamentally builds your culture, bit by bit.
The tools you choose affect every part of your external product. We know them all and know how to use them.
Rules are simply constraints on how to and not to use internal systems. We right-size this for every startup team.
We fit your systems for your people, and bring in hands to be your founder proxies and support team, flexing functions as needed.
The work habits your people have compound the tools and rules. We fit your systems for your people.
oAT has introduced me to an amazing group of generalists who are continuing to share with me new perspectives and innovative ways of thinking. Having struggled to find where I fit in professionally, I’ve found a welcoming home among these brilliant colleagues.
The nature of work is changing, and of All Trades is shepherding that change. By bringing together expert generalists to share best practices and tackle important work, oAT developed a new model of working that I’m excited to be a part of. This cooperator is built for people who love being cross-functional and want the opportunity to work in a unique way with purpose-driven startups.
I was struggling to figure out how my specialized work experience translated into more generalist roles. It's been wonderful to join the cooperator because I’ve learned so much about how my range of skills in corporate jobs to translate into early stage startups. I’m very thankful to be a part of this growing group of fantastically brilliant peers and leaders!"
Early stage startups need generalists to get started and grow. Generalists need a landing place in a diverse and flexible career. We're solving both problems at once.