Despite signs of economic recovery, populist movements against globalization present a watershed moment in 2017. Business leaders should plan for volatility and Industry 4.0 disruption, using gamification to develop talent, and rethinking what it means to win. IESE professors Nuria Mas, Mireia Las Heras, Marc Sachon, Pankaj Ghemawat and John Almandoz weigh in.
Why Multi-Party Negotiations tend to fail: The UN Climate Change Conference, Paris 2015.
When appointed CEO of Volkswagen, Mathias Müller stated that his first priority was to win back the trust in that many had placed in Volkswagen. In this, third posting on this topic, I would like to offer Mr. Müller some unsolicited advice on how to do that.
Finally, “La Liga”, the top professional soccer league in Spain, joined the rest of leagues in Europe (and America) in selling media rights collectively rather than on a team-by-team basis. This approach has the advantage of creating a monopoly where any interested buyer only has to negotiate with one entity, as opposed to 20 different […]
As you know, the EPL (English Premier League) has sold its media rights for the next three years for £1 billion per year. For the sake of comparison, the current deal for the Spanish league is about €600 million (a bit less than half the EPL’s new deal); even if Spanish teams were finally to […]
Last week’s cover of The Economist …
On countless occasions I have heard the expression “high-quality organization,” …