Jose M. Beas

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Jose M. Beas

11 days ago

“CVF gives a classification of four corporate cultures, which indicate how a company operates, how employees collaborate and what the corporate values are.”

The Competing Values Framework, developed by Robert Quinn and Kim Cameron gives a classification of four corporate cultures, which indicate how a company operates, how employees collaborate and what the corporate values are.

Competing Values Framework

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Jose M. Beas

15 days ago

En el análisis, bien, en la solución, no os habéis enterao de ná. Lo que llama BCG “un liderazgo diferente” no se parece en nada a lo que buscamos cuando hablamos de Agile. #otramentalidad

Agile to the Rescue in Consumer Goods

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Jose M. Beas

16 days ago

"Look for a mentor not only by what they can teach you, but by what you can teach them as well."

Mentorship as You Know It Is Dead

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Jose M. Beas

20 days ago

“Digital product development is not linear. It is iterative.”

Digital transformation is not innovation.

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Jose M. Beas

117 days ago

“Por muy antiintuitivo que parezca, no nos podemos dedicar como merece a” (varios problemas sistémicos) “si no nos ocupamos también del fascismo.”

Antifascismo y anticapitalismo en la Italia de hoy. Notas sobre el conflicto sucedáneo y el verdadero

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Jose M. Beas

163 days ago

“Understanding sub-cultures is what makes the difference. (...) One should 'travel' and experience as much culture as possible.”

understanding sub-cultures is what makes the difference. Schein tells us that in order to learn best how to understand culture and make change, one should 'travel' and experience as much culture as possible, within all the dimensions of the existing system you are a part of- and externally to it too.

Ed Schein- The Three Levels of Organisational Culture

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Jose M. Beas

280 days ago

Millionaires Don't Use To-Do Lists (They Use This Instead)

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Jose M. Beas

280 days ago

I recommend this reading. 3 kind of power relationships coexist within an organization: compliance (hierarchy), social (informal networks) and value creation (reputation network).

Org Physics: The 3 faces of every company

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Jose M. Beas

366 days ago

Excelente artículo sobre la influencia de la cultura en el rendimiento de una organización. Propone un marco muy interesante para abordar el cambio organizacional desde la perspectiva de la cultura corporativa.

The Culture Factor

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Jose M. Beas

378 days ago

What’s the problem here?

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Jose M. Beas

378 days ago

Insightful experience and nice call to action.

Putting the Toyota Kata into practice

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Jose M. Beas

378 days ago

Good detailed example of using Toyota improvement kata in a real situation.

What’s the problem here?

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Jose M. Beas

378 days ago

The Toyota Improvement Kata from the trenches

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Jose M. Beas

422 days ago

How To Accelerate Learning By Deliberate Reading:

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Jose M. Beas

422 days ago

How To Accelerate Learning By Deliberate Reading:

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Jose M. Beas

546 days ago

Stop Per-Person Swimlanes

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Jose M. Beas

633 days ago

I like how she explains the benefits of having a company-level #kanban board.

End-End Kanban for the Whole Organization

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Jose M. Beas

657 days ago

A la #bonilista de hoy le faltaba hablar de la importancia de entender y usar el coste de retraso

Understanding Cost of Delay and its Use in Kanban

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Jose M. Beas

657 days ago

By influencing on vision, values, practices, people, narrative and place, we can influence on changing a culture.

Six Components of a Great Corporate Culture

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Jose M. Beas

695 days ago

No conocía este estupendo resumen sobre #userstorymapping Muy recomendable

Story Mapping Quick Reference

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Jose M. Beas

741 days ago

Interesting insights via @BarryOvereem

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Jose M. Beas

741 days ago

"The attempt to unify an organization by creating a “culture” is ultimately an exercise of power."

We’re Thinking About Organizational Culture All Wrong

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Jose M. Beas

741 days ago

Understanding how to approach problems depending on its domain can improve a team's performance. #cynefin

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Jose M. Beas

747 days ago

Inbox 0. ¡Conseguido!

Cómo buscar por fecha en Gmail

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Jose M. Beas

776 days ago

El lado oscuro de la Inteligencia Emocional: ¿Por qué no es tan positiva como se piensa?

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Jose M. Beas

799 days ago

El Flujo como potenciador de la productividad

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Jose M. Beas

885 days ago

Improving Communication: Developing Effective Communication Skills

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Jose M. Beas

885 days ago

Turns Out The Way Your Team Is Brainstorming Is Probably All Wrong

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Jose M. Beas

885 days ago

Silent Brainstorming

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Jose M. Beas

886 days ago

"Building a culture with values that everyone embraces requires leading by example, interpersonal communication, and permanent attention."

How We Built a New Company Culture

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Jose M. Beas

886 days ago

What is Kanban?

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Jose M. Beas

887 days ago

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Jose M. Beas

916 days ago

Managing Queues in Product Development

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Jose M. Beas

916 days ago

Clavadito

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Jose M. Beas

916 days ago

Si no hay genuino respeto por las personas no estamos siendo verdaderamente Lean

Is Lean the Same as TPS?

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Jose M. Beas

923 days ago

Tres contra uno y seguimos en pie

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Jose M. Beas

1035 days ago

Almost 50 years ago and still valid.

Patterns of Organization Change

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