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?
Coronavirus The tremendous health and economic crisis derived from the worldwide spread of the Coronavirus is already translating into thousands of deaths and a foreseeable increase in unemployment and company closings, with a special focus on SMEs and the self-employed. If … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: 10 positive attitudes to face it successfully
A few years ago, a good professional was valued primarily for his extensive experience and excellent technical knowledge. It was a time characterized by a market of products and services without globalization and a more predictable working world. In that context, which seems … [Read more...] about Excellent professionals: combining knowledge, skills, values and purpose
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
It is clear that digital transformation is one of the great management challenges of the coming years. Its impact is profound and generates changes in business models and critical business processes, greater interaction with the external customer and, as a consequence, requires … [Read more...] about 10 myths about digital transformation