Núria Mas, profesor of Economics, Analyzes the situation in the world’s second largest economy.
How Do You Stimulate Creativity?
Innovation is about translating creativity into valuable opportunities (and then capturing the value). But is creativity something that can be generated or driven within companies? And if so, how? Innovating Without Creativity Let’s take an innovation process such as design thinking. Take a problem, gather data, brainstorm, prototype and you have the solution to your […]
Leaders “Made in Germany”: Merkel’s Pawns in the EU
Germany and its chancellor, Angela Merkel, are going through some serious tribulations, such as: the mass arrival of immigrants from the Middle East; the ordeal with Volkswagen just as it was about to surpass Toyota to become the world’s leading car manufacturer; the major impact of the slowdown in China’s economic growth on its industrial […]
International Women’s Forum: Transforming Tomorrow’s Reality Today
At the end of last month, I participated in the IWF World Leadership Conference. I am a board member of the association in Spain. The title “Transforming Tomorrow Today” embodied the incredible, proactive energy of the 800 Top Women from 40 countries who came together once again for the annual conference. The association, founded in […]
PODCAST | Whistleblowers in Companies: An Ethical Practice?
What circumstances justify a whistleblower´s actions within a company? IESE professor Antonino Vaccaro offers insight on managing whistleblowing ethically.
Innovate or Bust: The Challenge for Young Companies
Innovations are countless and all around us. Just look at the evolution of the motor industry for instance. In less than twenty years we have gone from owning a car to different ways of just sharing the asset at our convenience. There is Zipcar, driveMyCar, relayrides, Go get, and many more. Look at health industry […]