Tag Archives: Estrategia

Banesco: Crecimiento sostenido a través del desarrollo de Capacidades Medulares

Posted on 19. dic, 2013 by .

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Me animo a escribir este post ante la muy grata noticia de que Banesco ha adquirido Nova Galicia Banco (NGB). En el año 2005 tuve la oportunidad de escribir el caso de enseñanza de Banesco para la serie de casos de IE Business School y de esta manera describir la historia exitosa de emprendimiento y […]

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Strategy in the Tech Age. Part two.

Posted on 24. feb, 2010 by .

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(versión en español más abajo) Analysts like to describe the adoption of a new technology as constituting a bell curve. Most famously, Everett Rogers’ work on the diffusion of innovations, shows how different people tend to respond in different ways when confronted by the challenge and opportunity of new technology.Geoffrey Moore’s later work sets out […]

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Strategy in the Tech Age. Part One

Posted on 15. feb, 2010 by .

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(versión en español más abajo) A central point made by Clayton Christensen in ‘The Innovator’s Dilemma’ is that companies very often fail in spite of the fact that they are seemingly well-managed. Management focuses on customer satisfaction, on growth, on optimising the cost-base, and maximising the productivity of all resources. These are the prescriptions of […]

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How capabilities are related to strategy?

Posted on 09. feb, 2010 by .

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(Versión en español más abajo) The Long Conversation approach argues that the development of organizational capabilities (e.g. technology mastery, workplace practice, talent management … etc) can be better understood through an emergent and diligent learning process.    One question immediately comes to mind:  “Yes, but what capabilities should our corporation be developing?  Are all capabilities equally […]

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