La fortaleza de la #economía frente a la ocupación del parlamento americano

“Al margen de vaivenes políticos, al margen de la preponderancia de corrientes populistas o extremistas en varios países occidentales…el sector privado de las economías desarrolladas será el que equilibre desajustes irracionales coyunturales. Sin duda, un aval y una garantía muy tranquilizadora … Continue reading La fortaleza de la #economía frente a la ocupación del parlamento americano

2021: The “new birth” of the 21st century

Madrid, December 17, 2020.-   It’s being said that the 21st century was born on the morning of  Tuesday 11th of September 2001 with the four coordinated terrorist attacks against the United States. Today, 20 years after the attacks we might see that 2021 bring us a totally new 21st century. No-one and nothing including AI (Artificial Intelligence) knows when and how the COVID-19 pandemic will come to an end but not soon.

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El mayor Tratado de Libre Comercio: Asia-Pacífico toma la delantera al resto del mundo

Madrid, 8 de diciembre del 2020.-    El capitalismo nunca duerme. A pesar de sufrir la mayor pandemia sanitaria y recesión mundial de los últimos 100 años, la región Asia Pacífico ha dado un golpe en la mesa para firmar el mayor … Continue reading El mayor Tratado de Libre Comercio: Asia-Pacífico toma la delantera al resto del mundo

#BestCEOs en tiempos difíciles: El talento directivo a partir de los 50 años, ¿excelencia o excedencia?

Por supuesto, dirigir empresas y tener más de 50 años no puede significar, en ningún caso, una excedencia o una jubilación anticipada. De hecho, en Europa las jubilaciones se están intentando retrasar por encima de los 65 años. Por lo tanto, un Directivo se encuentra en su mejor momento a partir de los 50 años. Continue reading #BestCEOs en tiempos difíciles: El talento directivo a partir de los 50 años, ¿excelencia o excedencia?

The Crossroads of Managing Compliance

Madrid, October 27, 2020.-  In the current difficult circumstances of today and for all companies operating in developed economies around the world, the management of compliance is experiencing a decisive development period which might become critical for their survival. The Covid19 pandemic still lacks a clear horizon of certainties, with no date for its eradication and its coexistence among human beings as just another virus.  

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Practical keys to organize the work of your employees in a global pandemic

Madrid, October 13, 2020.-  Nobody has the keys to get the optimal performance of the human capital of our companies today. We only have the “past”, the teachings of a previous time that has nothing to do with the present. Today is imprecise. And the future is unfeasible. We look for certainties and assurances in the experts in each matter. They are the ones who can make the least mistakes. I have read a diagnosis on the organization of work by Enrique Dans, a prestigious spanish technological expert, and these are his premises:

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#Teleworking is not working in the dining room of your house

NY, July 22, 2020.-  Companies must guarantee their full activity today under any circumstance. A global pandemic and a paralysis of the economy (supply and demand) are risks that we have suffered in recent months and we must prepare to save them. Teleworking is a valid option with all its advantages and disadvantages, depending on the type of company, according to the employment profile, according to the factors and objectives of productivity and profitability. No one has the perfect formula for today’s great uncertainty. For this reason, I invite you to read the following reflections and information to share the debate on the management of human capital, in person and remotely.

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Doka: The Longest Cable-Stay Bridge in the US Rises

US, June 8, 2020.-   Doka was brought on the job because of our experience and unique solutions. The challenge was to come up with a way to reuse the same formwork from pour to pour with continually changing geometry. The upper and lower pylons were very different shapes requiring two unique designs. The primary pylon structures have a unique geometry that narrows and angles at the same time. A reusable system was needed that would have minimal changes between pours. Doka worked with the customer to collaborate on the formwork designs, and ensuring that the final solution was exactly what was required.

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Bravo: Gates Foundation donates $ 250 million to fight #Covid19

Bill Gates, founder of Microsoft, is a magnificent example of solidarity to study in Business Schools around the world. After creating one of the technology giants along with others like Google, Apple, IBM or Samsung, Bill Gates, along with his wife, have dedicated their lives to solidarity causes (climate change, gender equality, prioritizing talent over titles) academics, etc.) to make a better world. And surely they have succeeded. And you and I have benefited. This solidarity work led him to deliver a premonitory speech in 2015. Incredibly, Bill Gates advanced in this TED talk, the current pandemic Continue reading Bravo: Gates Foundation donates $ 250 million to fight #Covid19