First, the ones without an "embedded" format
Espero que me mandéis enlaces con más presentaciones al respecto. Gracias.
I look forward for links to similar content from you. Thanks
Original Apple Business Plan
I believe we are the best place in the world to fail (we have plenty of practice!), and failure and invention are inseparable twins. To invent you have to experiment, and if you know in advance that it’s going to work, it’s not an experiment. Most large organizations embrace the idea of invention, but are not willing to suffer the string of failed experiments necessary to get there. Outsized returns often come from betting against conventional wisdom, and conventional wisdom is usually right. Given a ten percent chance of a 100 times payoff, you should take that bet every time. But you’re still going to be wrong nine times out of ten. We all know that if you swing for the fences, you’re going to strike out a lot, but you’re also going to hit some home runs. The difference between baseball and business, however, is that baseball has a truncated outcome distribution. When you swing, no matter how well you connect with the ball, the most runs you can get is four. In business, every once in a while, when you step up to the plate, you can score 1,000 runs. This long-tailed distribution of returns is why it’s important to be bold. Big winners pay for so many experiments.Amazon's letter to shareholders 2016
Don't fuck up the culture
Red Hat's opensource.com How to interview for culture fit
Sometimes, flexibility and openness bring some "anarchy" to communications and workflows, then the teams set up a slack -or similar– service… but it is better if it is deeply understood
Slack 103: communication and culture
In the previous GitLab link to their handbook, you can find also a very interesting content on this communication matter.
The founders of 37 signals wrote a couple of books that may be considered a handbook (rework and remote) … now they have published the basecamp handbook, properly said.