One of the positive effects of the harsh Coronovirus crisis is the greater visibility and social recognition of some companies and managers. Organizations and people who already did their job excellently, but with a lower profile in the eyes of the public opinion. Pablo … [Read more...] about To lead is to assume your social responsibility: the example of Pablo Isla
One of the most positive effects of the terrible coronavirus crisis is the unanimous and highly deserved recognition of health workers. Heroic men and women are risking their lives to protect ours. And despite the extreme conditions and scant resources, they are working with … [Read more...] about Business owners, entrepreneurs, the self-employed and coronavirus: forgotten heroes?
According to the main international studies, talent management and leadership development has become in recent years one of the 3 strategic focal points in people management, along with innovation / change management and efficiency / cost optimization. This is reflected in … [Read more...] about What differentiates people with a ’true high potential’?
We live in times when managers face multiple paradoxes in their management. It is the same as managing complexity. We propose a small relationship as a reflection of some of the main dilemmas that we perceive and share from our professional practices. 1. If being customer … [Read more...] about 10 paradoxes of today´s management
The «VUCA world» concept, which has its origins in the 1990s in the U.S. Army, became popular from 2001 on, following the September 11th terrorist attacks. VUCA is an acronym that depicts the current world in which we live, a world of Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and … [Read more...] about From VUCA world to FRAGILE society