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- July 22, 2020
Nobody Believes that 50% of My Employees are MillenialsGreater efficiency, predictive capability, and time dedicated to the people. The Director of People and Culture at Amadeus, Valle Rodríguez, describes the multiple benefits that technology is providing to her department and how she values other methods of innovation like intergenerational cooperation.
- July 7, 2020
AI Will Help Us Predict the Safety of Tourist DestinationsFor Gabriel Escarrer, CEO of Meliá Hotels, technologies like artificial intelligence will help propel tourism in the post-Covid era: personalizing client experience, monitoring the occupation of spaces, and predicting the security of destinations will be some of its applications
- June 24, 2020
Collaborating on Pharmaceuticals Is Paramount, Even If It Means Profit SharingThe Director of Executive Operations and R+D at Sylentis, Ana Isabel Jiménez, asserts that the pharmaceutical sector must change its mentality. She believes it is strategic to work with other institutions, and even to share the intellectual property of the resulting product to provide more agile responses to society.
- May 5, 2020
Technology Improves MeritocracyThe Director of Human Resources at Banco Sabadell, Conchita Álvarez, explains how new technological tools are improving her area of work in three main ways: productivity, talent management, and culture, and affirms that the enterprise is committed to internal talent for the digital transformation.
- April 29, 2020
"In the next decade we can have a fixed base on the moon where people can live"For NASA's former director of Innovation and Engineering, Omar Hatamleh, AI and inter-industry knowledge transfer will be key to space exploration that will enable us to reach other planets and promote global technological advancement on Earth
- April 15, 2020
People Will Have to Continuously Learn to Contribute Skills to the Market in the FutureThe global head of Human Resources at Banco Santander, Roberto Di Bernardini, expects a future labor market defined by telework and the constant influx of new competitors and areas of expertise.
- March 31, 2020
Global Space Economy. The new golden age of spaceOn May 24, 2019, a bright and orderly row of objects stretched across the sky. A witness was astonished by the scene and began to record without knowing very well what he was observing.
- March 17, 2020
"The fight against climate change needs big business"For Enagás' CEO, Marcelino Oreja, one of the greatest levers of social change lies in the capacity of companies to innovate, supported by new consumer demands. He explains his strategy to improve not only products and services, but also his own processes
- March 10, 2020
"Your title is not as important as what you do and your attitude"The global head of Training, Development and Talent at Banco Santander, Elisabetta Galli, is the best example of how new technologies are already shaping all areas of a business. Her aim is to ensure that the transformation of her department translates into a change in corporate culture that adapts to the new market reality
- February 24, 2020
"Now you don't fight so much for the customer to buy, but for him to come"The CEO of Grupo Lar, Miguel Pereda, addresses the challenges of the real estate sector with an eye on the future of shopping centers and the digitalization necessary to reinvent them
- November 29, 2019
"50% of the policies we issue do not require human intervention"Although for the CIO of Nationale-Nederlanden, Jordi Bueno, automation is a great business advantage, he says that people remain strategic for business, and relies on technologies such as the cloud and automatic learning to bring more value to customers
- November 28, 2019
"The problem is that failure is not seen as something natural"For Adigital's president and co-founder of the K Fund, Carina Szpilka, technology is only a facilitator for innovation to work. In her opinion, the real innovators are the people who have to be offered safe spaces so that they can take risks.
- November 4, 2019
"The fundamental part of talent is the obsession to keep learning"If new technologies are revolutionizing almost every industry, travel was not going to be any less. Amadeus' general manager for Spain and Portugal, Fernando Cuesta, believes that traditional holidays, devised according to the time and destination, are going to disappear.
- November 4, 2019
"We're moving towards a model of selling everything as a service"Change ownership to renting with technology and data, whether it is a car, a house or a shower. This is the main idea of the vision of the president of Bosch for Spain and Portugal, Javier González Pareja, who regrets the years in which products were created without asking customers.
- November 4, 2019
"I don't visualize a robot carrying food to the client's table"Although the director of McDonald's Consumer and Business Unit, Alejandro Hermo, bets on maintaining the human component, he also imagines a future with intelligent burgers that know the tastes of their customers as soon as they walk through the door.
- November 4, 2019
"The best energy is the one that is not consumed, the problem is that we use too much"Waiting for the most sustainable solutions for mobility to become more economical, the CEO of Madrileña Red de Gas, Alejandro Lafarga, defends natural gas, especially for public transport.
- October 31, 2019
"The only constant will be technological change and you have to be quick"The mission of Banco Santander's CTO, Julieta Ross, is for the finance giant to adapt with agility to a world and rules that are changing faster and faster. To this end, it is rapidly transforming itself internally, seeking allies in 'start-ups' and customers, and bets that the talent of the bank itself is a participant and adheres to the change.