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  5 characteristics of the new ideal worker

Mireia Las Heras; Nuria Chinchilla; Grau, Marc For organizations to thrive in the 21st century, the needs of the new ideal worker must be understood. That means grappling with questions of work-life balance, as well as gender and leadership, in a meaningful way. Read article

  How to open up to fruitful conversation

Santiago Álvarez de Mon In his latest book, Santiago Álvarez de Mon encourages his readers to broach those important conversations that are still pending -- whether in a professional, personal or family realm. Read article

  8 keys to strategic and speedy leadership

Pedro Nueno Is speed the enemy of reflection? For Pedro Nueno, agile leadership, moving at a quick pace, is a must -- especially under the current conditions. Read article

  A guide to using AI in HR for efficiency and effectiveness

Guido Stein; José Ramón Pin Arboledas Automated processes can save time and money, allowing human beings to focus on adding value at work. A new book helps managers discover how AI can be put to the service of HR or people management now and in the future. Read article

  Don't just look into the future: script it

Miquel Lladó Life is uncertain and therein lies a great part of its beauty. Miquel Lladó's new book, Falling in Love with the Future, recommends putting your projection of the future down on paper, not just pondering it. The act of writing is key for Lladó's "strategy on a page." Read article

  Direct to consumer: How to reach your clients when stores disappear

José Luis Nueno According to José Luis Nueno, mass-market companies have underestimated the power of e-commerce and the direct-to-consumer (DTC) brands that are digital natives. By 2025, online commerce will have changed the marketplace irreversibly. Read article

  10 tips to take charge of your life

Luis María Huete Navigate through life . . . or let the tides dictate where you'll go. IESE's Luis Huete offers 10 pointers to take the helm and pursue your dreams and ambitions. Read article

  Creative frontiers: How categories and structures impact businesses based on creativity

Massimo Maoret; Candace Jones Massimo Maoret and Candace Jones have co-edited an academic volume exploring the impact of social structures and categories on creative industries -- including the businesses of advertising, art, architecture, music, fashion and wine. Read article

  How to be a global city that's not a victim of its own success

Pascual Berrone; Joan Enric Ricart; Ana Isabel Duch T-Figueras No one wants to become the next Venice, where residents feel trampled by overtourism. The key for any global city is to prevent its international outreach from destroying the local quality of life. Read article

  A roadmap for ethical excellence

Domènec Melé Domènec Melé updates and expands his core text on business ethics to offer a practical, people-centered guide to promoting human excellence in organizations. Read article
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