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Alimentar un planeta sostenible

Date:  19/06/2017 Area(s):  Service and Operations Management Document type:  Interview Disponible inmediatamente, en cualquier lugar y ocasión. Y, por supuesto, al mejor precio y sin renunciar a la calidad. Todos buscamos lo mismo: alimentación saludable, sí, pero también atractiva, variada y, sobre todo, "conveniente". Este fue el punto de partida del 21 Encuentro de Alimentación y Bebidas del IESE. Read article

Andrew Lack: Team-building, Coaching & Communicating

Date:  14/06/2017 Area(s):  Information Technologies; Strategy; Leadership and People Management Document type:  Interview "I love walking the halls and wandering the corridors," says Andrew Lack of his typical day as Chairman of NBC News and MSNBC. He is team-building, coaching and communicating every day, constantly on the hunt for the best and brightest people. "That work with colleagues is critical to the lifeblood of the organization." Read article

Andrew Lack: Skills That Never Go Out of Style

Date:  14/06/2017 Area(s):  Information Technologies; Knowledge and Communication; Leadership and People Management Document type:  Interview The skills required to run a serious news business today may be different from when Andrew Lack started out, but some things never change. Even in a digital world, technology is no substitute for great storytellers able to engage an audience. As the Chairman of NBC News and MSNBC tells IESE's Bill Baker, you don't get people looking at your product ... Read article

Andrew Lack: Searching for Truth in an Age of Fake News

Date:  14/06/2017 Area(s):  Information Technologies; Knowledge and Communication; Leadership and People Management Document type:  Interview Fake news is a serious issue, says Andrew Lack, Chairman of NBC News and MSNBC. In this post-truth world, Lack suggests how audiences can find their way through the thicket of what they are reading -- because, as the saying goes, "Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not to his own facts." Read article

Andrew Lack: Tuned In to Credibility

Date:  14/06/2017 Area(s):  Information Technologies; Knowledge and Communication; Leadership and People Management Document type:  Interview Over the course of his career, Andrew Lack has gone from the TV screen to the portable screens of iPads and smartphones. "We've got our work cut out for us to figure out how to make our content relevant on those kinds of platforms," the Chairman of NBC News and MSNBC tells IESE's Bill Baker in this interview. "It's a great challenge, but I'm up for ... Read article

Reconnecting Talent with Fashion and Luxury

Date:  23/05/2017 Area(s):  Leadership and People Management Document type:  Interview The industry is facing rising uncertainty on all sides (the political climate, shifting consumer attitudes to luxury goods, increasing competition from other sectors, etc.) and the 2017 IESE Industry Meeting offered an opportunity to reflect on how human talent and creativity can provide the solution to these tough challenges. Read article

10 Mistakes We All Make When Making Decisions

Date:  27/04/2017 Area(s):  Decision Analysis Document type:  Report Decision-making is as complex as it is inevitable. And yet no one formally teaches us how to do it. In their latest book, Miguel Angel Ariño and Pablo Maella review the 10 most common errors that lead to bad decisions. Read article

Gestión del riesgo global y constante

Date:  24/03/2017 Area(s):  Service and Operations Management Document type:  Interview Nuevos actores tecnológicos -las denominadas insurtech- y modelos de negocio basados en el big data están revolucionando el sector asegurador. Así se puso de manifiesto en el 7º Encuentro del Sector Seguros del IESE, patrocinado por EY España. Read article

Luca de Meo: How Digital Is Redefining the Industry

Date:  14/03/2017 Area(s):  Innovation and Change Document type:  Interview Digital players like Uber are radically changing the concept of mobility. "I think they will change the industry big time," says SEAT Chairman Luca de Meo. This trend implies that companies will need to organize themselves less according to sequential, convergent models and more toward flat, open, simultaneous and divergent models. Read article

Luca de Meo: How the Auto Industry Is Changing

Date:  14/03/2017 Area(s):  Innovation and Change Document type:  Interview Does the entry of new players like Tesla, Google and Apple into the auto industry pose a competitive threat? SEAT Chairman Luca de Meo sees such moves as a positive provocation for the industry to reinvent itself. After 25 years in the business, de Meo says the next decade may be the most disruptive as well as the most exciting of his career. Read article
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