The coming days 5 and 6 September Overlap be in the Universidad Católica Argentina (UCA) in the 11th University-Industry meeting, which this year is titled "Work, a bridge to professional development".
Through Story Telling we will delve into one of the most powerful methods of Informal Learning.
Over 30 years ago I started working at Banco Pastor in the Marketing Department, but previously, and to get familiar with banking life, I spent some time in the Main Office of Vigo (Spain) under the command of a person who showed me many of the guides speak today in Overlap when working with commercial on the ground...
In Peru, and also in other places in Latin America, we have detected a new but familiar concern about talent management . The significant economic growth in the last decade has not been balanced with the need to consolidate internal business structures and equip workers and managers with the necessary components to build loyalty and retain talent.
Efficiently address right now involves a disciplined effort and unusually important dimension to resist the face of adversity, risk, uncertainty and disappointment; but, on the other hand, we find more autonomous profiles partners, who want a higher level of prominence in the organization. And ideas do not fall directly, or even talked to agree... speak to incorporate teams in the decision making process, taking into account the ideas and build together.
In crisis, with no clear prospects for the future, the reality is that the paradigms of managing people in question seem to be all: talent management, participative leadership and management of Millennials. Do ten years from now, what principle, practice or structure of existing companies will be obsolete and why?
Iveco is developing, through its Financial Brand, a new program through which offer customers the opportunity to produce titles Spanish government debt as security for the formalization of renting operations of new industrial vehicles.
Today, a number of organizations are living together two generations: those who have fallen across the digital divide; "digital immigrants" who are doing the best they can, and so-called "digital natives" who , although born in the late eighties, not necessarily always have the keys and the criteria they need to be properly managed in an environment of Hyperconnectivity and oversizing information like the present.