Archive for 'Trends'

¿La recuperación es Inminente?

Posted on 24. feb, 2013 by .

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En un artículo publicado en El País el día de hoy (Olli Rehn: veredicto, culpable) se presenta, desde mi punto de vista, una perspectiva económica bastante complicada para este año 2013 y el próximo 2014. Parece claro que tendremos caídas consecutivas del PIB en España. Expertos de diferentes corrientes políticas y económicas entregan sus análisis, […]

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Low-cost, Ultra-low & Free: La eficiencia será la clave del éxito.

Posted on 06. nov, 2012 by .

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El término low-cost ha sido popularizado en la última década por un grupo de aerolíneas que compiten en el sector de transporte aéreo de rutas cortas (Easyjet, Ryanair, Southwest arilines, etc.). Su éxito es evidente y se ha convertido en una gran amenaza para las aerolíneas  tradicionales. El número de vuelos y asientos disponibles de […]

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The crisis debate: what do citizens worry about?

Posted on 04. jun, 2012 by .

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A high level of exchange of ideas, thoughts and feelings is happening among people in Spain these days. This last weekend, during my participation in three different family activities (with people of two different cities), it was hard not to talk about the current crisis we are living in Spain (and in Europe). Although this […]

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IMP3ROVE – Exploiting options for competitiveness through innovation in Spain’s SME’s

Posted on 21. feb, 2011 by .

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(versión en español más abajo) Expertia, in its role as innovation difussion and change agent for competitiveness of SME’s, wants to share with all SME’s people what benefits  the IMP3ROVE inititave can bring to your enterprises. This is an option, that even though it has gained momentum, is not being used to its fullest. IMP3ROVE […]

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Developing innovation capabilities to ensure sustainability

Posted on 14. sep, 2010 by .

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(versión en español más abajo) In a recent article written for Debates IESA (see Innovar para hacer sostenible el negocio), I argued that companies must work internally on the development of innovation and adaptation capabilities to ensure their sustainability in a highly dynamic and uncertain business environment. How can companies do it? How do companies […]

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Economic Crisis in the UK

Posted on 18. jun, 2010 by .

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  (versión en español más abajo) Here in the UK, the debate about the financial catastrophe of 2007 onwards is at last gathering pace. The country was partly sheltered from the early onset of cuts by the policies of the last government and the timing of the three-year public spending round.Now, the debate is about […]

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A Platform for Living: Choosing Between Mechanistic and Organic Models of Process.

Posted on 12. may, 2010 by .

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(versión en español más abajo) Funny how when you mention ‘process’, some people roll their eyes. Maybe they think of big costly systems that constrain and limit the actions of workers. Maybe they think of nit-picky procedures and supposed quality routines that leave no room for intelligence and imagination. Maybe they think of chains and […]

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