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Imagine your company is overwhelmingly losing talent. One after the other, every month. By the time you realize it’s too late. What to do?
How to make a practice stick in an organization with a little effort? How to grow a practice and scale up from 50 people to 10.000 in two years?
We can only promote people happiness when everyone feels responsible for contributing and when authorities learn to manage the system instead of manage the people. That´s what we did In the beautiful city of Santander. Keep reading to figure out how…
Some people claim that you can not run an organization without rules and force (fear). Others say that you can run an organization without bosses. Never let a fanatic to frame your problem in black or white. It is not a binary thing. There are plenty of shades between being a dictator or an anarchist.
The 21st century is the century of complexity. And it is putting on the table challenges that keep all organizations busy and concerned. It is not only about the collaborative, disruptive and digital economy; nor the new workspaces or management practices; nor the difficulty of hiring, growing and retaining talent. IS ALL AT ONCE.
New Management theories factories put wrappers to everything and then call it new. And they are losing the essence. They are ripe for a Reformation of their own. Otherwise they risk being exposed as just so many overpaid peddlers of dead-without-essence ideas.
¿Te has preguntado alguna vez si el concepto de productividad aplica a entornos digitales? El síndrome del atún digital es el lastre de muchas empresas modernas. Viven encerradas en viejos esquemas, mirando el mundo de ayer con los ojos de ayer…
What makes a company to have both great people and people that are great? Some people say that it is about management. Other people claim that it is a HR department problem. But actually it is everyone’s job…
Las comunidades e instituciones Agile deberían examinarse. Y deberían hacerlo pronto antes de que queden reducidas a un compendio de entidades sobrevaloradas con ideas muertas.
El 80% de las compañías que existieron antes de 1980 ya no están entre nosotros. Y un 17% del restante es probable que no existan en los próximos cinco años. De la misma forma, en la actualidad, nueve de cada diez iniciativas de negocio fracasan en el primer año. ¿Qué está sucediendo?