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Professional Career Movie. Infographic. About me. Autobiography. I was born (6 weeks premature) on Monday morning, January 23, 1950 at my parent's home on the grounds of my grandfather's coffee plantation, Hacienda Esperanza, in Barrio Guilarte (1843 feet up in the central mountains) of Adjuntas, Puerto Rico.


(Another map of Adjuntas here.) I was named after my father, José Antonio, to which was added Tomás thus explaining how I grew up with the family nickname of Tommy. My father left for the United States when I was 5 and the next year sent for us: my mother, Lucila, myself and my younger brother, René - we arrived in Elizabeth, New Jersey and lived there for a dozen years. René and I (the only Hispanics at the school at that time) attended Saint Mary of the Assumption (both grammar and high school) where we were also Boy Scouts in Troop #4 (and also both went to Philmont).

I eventually settled on physics as my major. At a job fair shortly before graduation in 1976 I interviewed with NCR adn IBM and the rest, as they say, is history. My 5 "mottos" Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. A chart with descriptions of each Myers–Briggs personality type and the four dichotomies central to the theory.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

The Myers–Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) assessment is a psychometric questionnaire designed to measure psychological preferences in how people perceive the world and make decisions.[1][2][3] The questionnaire was created by Katharine Cook Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers based on an extrapolation from the typological theories proposed by Carl Gustav Jung's 1921 book Psychological Types (English edition, 1923[4]).

Jung had theorized that there are four principal psychological functions by which humans experience the world - sensation, intuition, feeling, and thinking - and that one of these four functions is dominant most of the time.[5] Although very popular in businesses around the world, the MBTI is widely criticized by academics for its methodological weaknesses, poor statistical validity and low reliability.[6][7] Origins of the theory[edit] Historical development[edit] Type[edit] 9 Types of Collaborators (I am a "Ringleader")

TED Profile. Experienced consultant and facilitator focused on providing individuals, teams and organizations with the ability to generate their own actionable insights for improvement via focused, tailored interventions.

Specializing in leading innovative simulation-based workshops focused on change management, innovation and teamwork - see: Available for ThinkTank® Group Consensus Facilitation. Interested in academic work as well (have taught at Orsay and Lyon III). Also eager to participate in other European Commission co-funded projects such as: ChangeMasters (Edutainment Services for Change & Innovation Management), KLAB (Knowledge & Learning Among Businesses), IIME (Introducing Innovation in Micro Enterprises) and, currently, SUPORT (SME University Partnership Online Resource & Training).

Former IBM (17 years) systems engineering manager, regional marketing manager and SME consultant (including groupware such as ThinkTank). You noodle. Klout: José Pietri. I have known most of you from before Facebook, so I care about you or I would not have requested you for a friend.

Klout: José Pietri

I'm doing this once and once only. So now's your chance.... It occurs to me that for each and every one of you on my friends list, I catch myself looking at your pictures, sharing jokes and news, as well as support during good and bad times. I am also happy to have you among my friends. We will see who will take the time to read this message until the end.