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July 22, 2020

Nobody Believes that 50% of My Employees are Millenials

Greater 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 21, 2020

Communicating and relating in the new stage: the power of digital

Every major crisis disrupts the status quo, drives transformations in sectors and industries and changes habits and customs. Unpredictable crises become shocks, with immediate impacts that will persist over time: changes in the way things are done and social reorganizations. The situation generated by the expansion of the coronavirus means that the digital and the remote have become very important and that people, companies and organizations understand the value of good remote communication.

July 14, 2020

Omnichannel Accessibility: The Importance of Reaching the Client Through Every Channel

As e-commerce skyrockets, physical stores are left in the background. To foment online purchases, companies should be available through any channel that their users may wish to use

July 9, 2020

Changes in consumption patterns

The e-commerce sector grew by more than 70% worldwide in the second quarter of 2020, while forced closures reduced sales in physical stores. The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the processes of digitization of trade globally and the time has come to look ahead. The economic crisis caused by the pandemic forces us to reflect on what the new business models will be and how to restructure the current ones.

July 7, 2020

AI Will Help Us Predict the Safety of Tourist Destinations

For 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 30, 2020

From Telemedicine to Apps for Wellbeing: Keys to Health in the Future

The adoption of remote consultation and the growth of platforms that strive to guarantee mental health during the crisis caused by COVID-19 will not be singular phenomena: In this new normal, patients will be benefited greatly by the digitization of the health sector.

June 25, 2020

An encounter with Vivienne Ming

Ming, recognized by the BBC as one of the 100 most influential women in the world, has been a trainer linked to Singularity University and the Redwood Center for Theoretical Neuroscience at the University of Berkeley, California, where she conducted her research in cognitive neuroprosthetics, also founding five companies along the way.

June 24, 2020

Collaborating on Pharmaceuticals Is Paramount, Even If It Means Profit Sharing

The 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.

June 17, 2020

“Silver Economy”: A Window to the Future of the Digital World

The accelerating rate of population aging has generated new business opportunities in an increasingly technological society where innovation will be key to cover the needs of elderly people.

June 10, 2020

Challenges and opportunities of the Spanish business fabric

In parallel with the implementation of urgent measures to address the recovery phases of the economy and society, our country must face challenges whose resolution cannot be postponed. We must think of the Spain that we want to achieve over the horizon of the coming years, always with the company as the backbone of this change.

May 28, 2020

Client Experience in the Post-COVID-19 Era: Lessons from China

COVID-19 has accelerated social and technological changes at a global scale and has forced companies to redesign their digital transformation. It will be crucial to understand clients’ emerging needs to rethink consumer experience and continue being competitive.

May 13, 2020

Future Foresight

The impression is that what began as a temporary condition is evolving into a “new normal”. The risk is that the car we had before is no longer suitable for these new roads. And probably the destination we were headed for is no longer our best option.

May 12, 2020

Business leaders to represent the future of Spain

The Conference Cycle "Rething the future in the COVID-19 era" aims to be a space for sharing, reflection and inspiration to face the challenges and opportunities posed by the MULTI-level disruption posed by the COVID-19 era for Spanish business leaders.

May 5, 2020

Technology Improves Meritocracy

The 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

Agile maturity index

Technological disruption has changed the game rules of the society we live in. The speed of change brought about by this disruption has put against the strings the way companies have been organizing themselves up until now, with hierarchical structures where a few decide, many act as intermediaries and many others execute.

April 15, 2020

People Will Have to Continuously Learn to Contribute Skills to the Market in the Future

The 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

Restart: 10 post COVID-19 trends

We have gone from being football coaches to doctors (In March 2020 the word "OMS" is more sought after than the word "football" in Google). Now we are all experts in epidemiology and coronavirus (COVID-19). We are hyperinformed, even overwhelmed because, unfortunately, not all the information we receive is real and the information that is real is not hopeful.
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