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
"Go out and enjoy" is the most famous phrase of Johan Cruyff and a good summary of his philosophy. It was his wonderful harangue before starting the final of the 1992 European Cup. The first that Barça won after two painful previous failures. They say that it was key to … [Read more...] about ‘Get out and enjoy’: releasing talent makes champions
The data is the new oil and fuel for digital economies. It is clear that the multiple technological advances in processing and mass analysis of information give us extraordinary knowledge to improve decision making. Something especially useful in a very competitive and complex … [Read more...] about The best companies will be data … and intuition
Listening to Inma Shara is a delightful experience. The Basque conductor is a great example of a successful and humble leader, but sadly less known by the general public. A few days ago I had the pleasure of listening to her at the Equestrian Circle of Barcelona in an act … [Read more...] about Harmony, determination, leadership: the invisible baton of Inma Shara.
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