Tag Archives: Gastón González
Posted on 09. feb, 2010 by Gaston Gonzalez.
(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 [...]
Posted on 25. ene, 2010 by Oswaldo Lorenzo.
(Versión en español más abajo) In an interview recently published by Management Issues, one of us argued the following: “Many organizations work on the basis of short-term objectives and short-term actions to tackle the challenges they face. This could be good in some contexts but, in the long-term, we think we need to create internal [...]