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“At the Campeche Sound in PEMEX, where 80% of the oil of the country is produced, we brought CSM... The results were outstanding in terms of the efficiency of our work and form of work, substantially increasing productivity in all our activities. We learned to truly work based on outcomes... All this was one of the key elements in helping us achieve global leadership in hydrocarbon production in shallow waters, with the lowest production costs as well as the highest individual worker productivity indexes in the world…”
Ricardo Villegas Vazquez
Sub-Director of Shallow Water Production
Pemex Eploration and Production
"At the Greater Boerne Chamber of Commerce we serve approximately 800 members representing over 17,500 employees. We believe in promoting and improving economic vitality through advocacy, education and connections of its members and community... In order to effectively and efficiently fulfill our own strategic goals we turned to the InZynch system to rethink how we were collaborating as an organization.
Throughout the entire process, Alberto Garcia-Jurado and his team have been there to empower each team member to lead and be very purposeful in the way we work. Every session was well thought out, sensitive to our habits and different mindsets on our team. In the first few weeks we could not only see the improvement in our organizational collaboration but also feel the connection and commitment to all be on the same page in the way we looked at our job outcomes.
The Boerne Chamber of Commerce has fundamentally evolved from the InZynch training and coaching. We now have true transparency and an enhanced work environment allowing us to translate our strategic goals to our everyday objectives.”
Greater Boerne Chamber of Commerce
"I was elected and appointed in 2016 as the bishop of the new Great Plains Conference of the United Methodist Church in the states of Kansas / Nebraska. The conference comprises 210,000 members, 1,000 congregations, 650 clergies, 1,000s of volunteers, 65 conference staff persons, five conference-level departments, numerous committees, hundreds of ministries throughout the two states, and relationships with over 20 affiliate organizations and partners. The new conference is the creation of the unification of three former conferences (Kansas East, Kansas West, and Nebraska conferences) in 2014.
We were in need of a high-performance collaborative work system that would help us effectively unify and integrate our people, processes, operations, and strategies around our common vision: Great Churches. Great Leaders. Great Disciples. Transformed World.
Alberto Garcia-Jurado and the InZynch collaborative management model and IT support tools have helped us achieve the organizational unity, integration, collaborative culture, and outcomes clarity to be a great church that changes lives and positively contributes to the wellbeing of our communities.
Through the InZynch system, we are clear about our vision, our personal and team objectives, our organizational interdependencies, our strategies and initiatives for growth, the management of our key core processes and projects, and our expected outcomes.
My staff reports that they now have the collaborative model, common language, tools, and support they need to effectively lead the church to achieve its mission in the world instead of just reacting to numerous daily demands and situations that arise. Alberto Jurado and his InZynch system are helping us harness and norm our operations, create a culture of collaboration and achieve our vision to be a great church that changes lives and makes a difference in our two states and the world.”
Ruben Saenz Jr.
Bishop, Great Plains Conference
The United Methodist Church