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
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?