It is obvious that the business world and labour market are in a process of profound transformation. By way of example, the Davos Forum predicts that digitalization will lead to a decrease of some 5 million jobs worldwide by 2020 (http://ow.ly/CCqj304YP3L). In their analysis … [Read more...] about 10 paradoxes of the labour market: impact on results and employee engagement
In my career as an HR manager, I have encountered two contradictory realities regarding professional development which have inspired me to write the present article: - Few directors or employees had doubts or failed to support the implementation of individual development plans … [Read more...] about 20 barriers to face for a successful professional development
Published in Observatorio de RH (The HR Observatory) – July 2016 Origins of coworking and its rapid evolution Founded in Berlin in 1995, C-base was one of the world’s first hacklabs: a community-operated workspace for people actively interested in science, new technologies and … [Read more...] about Coworking: a tool for productivity and employee engagement
MIT Sloan Management Review - March 2013 Many executives want their companies to be more innovative. A new assessment tool can help pinpoint your company’s innovation strengths and weaknesses. Today’s executives want their companies to be more innovative. They consume … [Read more...] about How innovative is your company’s culture?
David Reyero – Pharma Market - December 2013 Innovation: something that many organizations attempt, but few achieve Since the beginning of my professional career, I have considered innovation to be a critical issue for long-term business success and I believe that there is … [Read more...] about Why is so difficult to have an innovative culture?