Process Mining at Celonis

While watching this event from Data Driven NYC called “Bootstrapping a Decacorn on $15k with Celonis CEO Alex Rinke“. I have been taking some notes and ended reading “Process Mining for Dummies” book. Basic actions on processes Celonis divides between: Engagement types: Mining Tools During the video Alex Rinke comment some important aspects about the … Read more

Alternatives to classic strategic approaches

In the book “A New Way to Think” Roger L. Martin does a distinction between the classic model of strategic thinking and an alternative for 14 different aspects of the companies. I have summarized it in a table, so I can review from time to time. Classic model Alternative model Competition Holds that corporations compete, … Read more

Senge’s laws of the Fifth discipline

In the book “The Fifth Discipline: The Art & Practice of The Learning Organization”, Peter Senge define a set of laws or truths, that leaders can use to guide themselves when dealing with organizations. The 11 laws

Shaping things

Book written by Bruce Sterling, this post contains notes and diagrams related to the concepts covered by the book. Concepts Old wine in new Bottles (chapter 3) Every one of these transitions—Artifact to MACHINE to PRODUCT to GIZMO—involves an expansion of information. It enables a deeper, more intimate, more multiplex interaction between humans and objects. … Read more

From Certain to Win by Chet Richards

Nice review of some of the concepts described by John Boyd in the context of business. Agility The essence of agility and applying Boyd’s ideas to any form of competition is to keep one’s orientation well matched to the real world during times of ambiguity, confusion, and rapid change, when the natural tendency is to … Read more

Building a StoryBrand (by Donald Miller)

Clarify Your Message So Customers Will Listen I just finished this book, and before ending it I’m using the template proposed by the author to build a clear compelling message for potential customers. You can directly practice here:

The machine stops

This is a science fiction novel published by Edward Morgan Forster in 1909. It describes a world in which almost all humans have lost the ability to live on the surface of the Earth. Each individual lives in isolation in a ‘cell’, with all bodily and spiritual needs met by the omnipotent, global Machine. It’s … Read more

The Value Flywheel Effect

This book has been written by David Anderson and it contains many details about he proposes to accelerate your organization. The suggestions and approach can be used on any context, but he reviews how to do it on the cloud context. The book is business oriented. This article covers good bunch of important things: