Pablo Pineda Ferrer is an influencer in the most noble and positive sense of the word: teacher, lecturer, writer, actor ... and also the first Down syndrome in Europe with a university degree. A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of meeting him personally at a Sanofi event about … [Read more...] about Diverse and unlimited talent: the example of Pablo Pineda
What is the person value in this world of technological exuberance? How to achieve the sum of intelligences (artificial and human)? Will the robots come to have the empathy of humans? Will they replace 100% of jobs? What will be the role of managers and Human Resources in this … [Read more...] about Hyper-humanism for a hyper-tech world – 10 Ideas for the HR Conference Barcelona 2018
The HR Conference organized by Sylvia Taudien (Advantage Consultants) on October 9th in Barcelona was an excellent experience and I would highlight 4 aspects in particular: the prestige and international profile of the speakers, networking quality, innovative issues and an … [Read more...] about «Global Trends in Human Resources»: 20 Key Ideas from the HR Conference, Barcelona 2015 – #hrBCN15
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?
The Conference Board McKinsey & Company - 2012 A new report by The Conference Board and McKinsey & Company concludes that human capital professionals are struggling to meet the needs of an-ever changing global business landscape. Specifically, as global markets and … [Read more...] about The State of Human Capital