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Culture and forching

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The culture, forching and the advanced integrative change

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Culture and forching

  1. 1. “CULTURE OF EFFECTIVENESS " CASE JAPAN Dr. José Alberto Santos. coachanges@gmail.com
  2. 2. WHAT,S FORCHING? • COMPETENCY FORMATION • TRAINING OFTHE CHARACTERTNAZ AND BEHAVIORAL INTELLIGENCE • PROFESSIONAL ORIENTATION INTHE ANALYSIS AND TROUBLESHOOTING • ENERGIZING, SINERGIZING, SIMPLIFYING AND RESILIENCING DAILY BEHAVIOR • ONTOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIORAL COACHING • QUALIFICATION OF CERTIFICATION OF CONFERENCERS, TRAINERS AND CONSULTING OF ADVANCED COMPREHENSIVE CHANGE
  3. 3. WHY IS NECESARY THE FORCH? IS NOT SUFICIENTLY THE COACHING? • COACHING IS LEARNING FOR ACTION. • THE FORCHING IS LEARNING 360: • ACCELERATED LEARNING (FACILITATION) • LEARNING OFTHE BEST PRACTICES (MENTORING) • LEARNINGTROUBLESHOOTING (CONSULTING) • GENERATIVE LEARNING (INNOVATION) • LEARNING FOR ACTION AND RESOLUTION (POWER)
  4. 4. WE LIVE IN THE AGE OF KNOWLEDGE AND INFORMATION • THE ERA OF HUMAN CAPITAL • INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL • INFORMAL CAPITAL • SOCIAL CAPITAL • INTERRELATIONAL CAPITAL • PASSIVE CAPITAL • CREATION OF GLOBAL NETWORKS OF INFLUENCE, BUSINESS, LEARNING AND EXCHANGES, USINGTHE INTERNET PLATFORM
  5. 5. LANGUAGE AND CULTURE INFLUENCE MODES OF LIFE. WE NEED TO RECREATE OUR CULTURE • LEARNING • TECHNOLOGY • ENTERTAINMENT • INFORMATION • ART • SCIENCE • NEW INTERPRETATIVEVIEWS, FOCUSED ON THE POSSIBILITY
  6. 6. What is culture? •Culture is a set of beliefs, values, customs and practices that are part of the identity of a nation and organization.
  7. 7. ¿ How to develop culture • The process of developing an organizational culture starts from the establishment of mission, vision and values, which are tasks of leadership.
  8. 8. HOW TO FORM EFFECTIVE CULTURES? • TRANSFORMING BELIEFS, ASSOCIATED WITH GENERATIONAL POVERTY • POTINGTHE BESTTRADITIONS,TO CREATE CONSISTENT IDENTITY • CULTIVATING EFFECTIVENESS HABITS,TO DEVELOP CONGRUENCE • DEVELOPING PROBLEM SOLVING METHODS, PROCEDURES AND PROCESSES,TO DIFFERENTIATE • PROMOTING ADMINISTRATION OF RESULTS • PROMOTING ENDOLIDERAZGO, COOLIDERAZGO, GEOLIDERAZGO AND HIGHLY CREATIVE COOPERATION
  9. 9. the ladder Of the Leadership Behavioral The path of the FORCH
  10. 10. How long does it take to build identity and effectiveness, through a culture? • The process requires time, constancy of purpose ... • patience • Let's see how the Japanese did it
  11. 11. Paul A Allaire Presidente y CEO de Xerox Corporation dijo: •A Japanese expert in quality and performance mentioned the need for patience and discipline that farmers have in growing bamboo.
  12. 12. Paul A Allaire President and CEO of Xerox Corporation: •Once the bamboo has been planted the farmer makes it water every day for four years before it is visible, but when it finally appears, it grows 60 feet in the next 90 days.
  13. 13. • Jack Welch General Electric CEO stated: This place works thanks to great people. My greatest achievement has been to find these people, an entire army. They are better than most. They are great batters and, it seems, they flourish here. How to achieve A culture flourishing?
  14. 14. How can a culture solve the problems of a nation? • Creating EffectiveValues • Cultivating discipline and responsibility • Promoting group commitment • Differentiating the answers to the circumstances that are lived
  15. 15. How to define the essential values of effectiveness • This requires a model • A leading trainer • A forch, as happened in Japan, India, South Africa, USA, etc.
  16. 16. One Forch •It is a guide and teacher to search, model and teach the solution •A 360 educator, using various teaching- learning methods
  17. 17. Un Forch • He is a really effective leader who teaches what lives • A 360 educator, using various teaching-learning methods • Training • Facilitation • Professional orientation
  18. 18. The Forch • A 360 educator, using various teaching-learning methods • Training • Facilitation • Professional orientation • Mentoring • Coaching • Tutorial • Removal • Replacement • An innovator offering a totally different way to achieve peace
  19. 19. A society that gives authority to its guides and teachers, is in the process of learning the solution
  20. 20. • The Japanese were able to recognize the need for a guide and master of the solution • They accepted the teachings of Edward Deming • They became practical • They made the difference
  21. 21. JAPAN •Japan has a population of 126,378 177 inhabitants (according to estimates for 2017). It has 336 inhab / km² of population density
  22. 22. Japan is a LITTLE country. It has no natural resources on which to encrypt its economy. Its main resources, identified at the end of the Second World War were: water, it rains a lot. And its people, has 126 million inhabitants
  23. 23. A crisis is a threat with a hidden opportunity. •The scenario at the end of World War II was that of a small, densely populated country with few natural resources, completely destroyed its productive system. •Some values such as the infallibility of his emperor, the superiority of his people as conqueror, the samurai syndrome, etc.)
  24. 24. In weaknesses is the key to our strengths •Japan is exposed to violent earthquakes and Tsunamis, capable of producing great destruction.
  25. 25. Earthquakes in Japan
  26. 26. Ohmae in his book, The Strategist's Mind, comments: • When I was a little girl I was taken to kindergarten and in the first class the teacher taught: Japan is a small country, with few resources, the only possibility for the future is to buy the raw material abroad, add value, sell it and gainTo live and progress. • Twenty-five years later he took his son to the nursery school, stayed in the first class and heard what he had been taught as a child. • Japan exportsTALENT, miniaturization and quality.
  27. 27. That's why at the end of the 20th century ... It had the 10 largest banks in the world, the highest educational and longevity index in the world, the lowest crime rate in the world and its national product was equal to that produced by France, England and Germany combined.
  28. 28. Why Japan have a great productivity?
  29. 29. CARLOS KASUGA OSAKA "Son of Japanese immigrants who settled in Mexico in the 1930s" comments:
  30. 30. Analyzing the differences between Japan and Mexico, I see four important differences: -Attitude towards the life . - Formative education, - Attitude towards nature, - Religion and
  31. 31. Education: Japanese education focuses on Four verbs The good to be, The good to do, welfare And good to have.
  32. 32. Switzerland was the world leader in the watch industry, until ... • There was a world-wide fair of watchmaking in Switzerland and they showed for the first time the electronic clock of quartz. • The Swiss felt so confident that they did not patent their invention. • The Japanese saw it, studied, improved and became leaders of the watch industry.
  33. 33. Do things well, every time. This has become a basic principle of quality 2. The "good to do":
  34. 34. Good to do, in the face of the obvious realities • Getting things right the first time • Do things just in time, not to have to assume costs of embodegare. • Zero defects, achieving perfection in execution.
  35. 35. 3. The "well being": 4. The "good to have". Osaka says: People who are a "good to be" and give to the family and to their school more than they received, will come to this step, to feel good with what they are and do. Those who follow these three steps in this order, sooner or later will achieve: People with abundance mentality, They create abundance and come to have abundance
  36. 36. ATTITUDE TO NATURE: If your father and your mother planted a tree when you were born, to that tree that is now about 20 years old, you want that tree. Yes, really, because it means a lot to you. Osaka declares: In every important act of life plant a tree: before any really important event, plant a tree.
  37. 37. But if that tree sows the government, I do not give a damn and I'm indifferent to its destruction
  38. 38. RELIGION: What is the difference between Japanese and Latin American workers? Discipline. Discipline sooner or later surpasses intelligence
  39. 39. RELIGION: In Shintoism, the Japanese go to church to offer, not to ask and this reflects it in the other parts of their life
  40. 40. Discipline is responsibility. With yourself, your family, work, society and God.
  41. 41. Without discipline every day we create failures. With positive discipline there are teachers, parents, entrepreneurs and bosses who are creating successes every day.
  42. 42. Where to begin?
  43. 43. Start with yourself and your family. • BUILDYOUR FAMILY SHIELD • ENFOCATE FIRST INTHE GOODTO BE • Then it advances to the well to do
  44. 44. Three centers to develop. Personal, family and public
  45. 45. PREKAT© • PREPARATION • IMPROVEMENT CONTINUE • MOMENTUM. MAKE THE RIGHT CHOOSE INTHE RIGHT MOMENT PREPARATION KAIZEN TIMING
  46. 46. ESTAS LISTO PARA SUBIR LA ESCALERA? DECLARATE CONSCIENTEMENTE INCOMPETENTE Y ACEPTA LA GUIA DEL FORCH

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