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CDPL: Sueño saludable y rendimiento laboral

La salud de las personas se asienta básicamente sobre tres pilares: la alimentación, la actividad física y el sueño. A diferencia de los dos primeros factores, dormir es un acto involuntario del ser humano, es decir, por mucho que luchemos, acabaremos rindiéndonos ante él.  Y este fue el tema que tratamos el pasado martes en el último Club de Desarrollo Personal y Liderazgo de la temporada -¡volvemos el 10 de septiembre!. La persona encargada de desmitificar ideas entorno al sueño fue Silvia Gismera, Doctora en Psicología de la Salud especializada en sueño saludable. Haciendo clic en la imagen puedes descargar la presentación completa. Y a continuación os dejamos con la entrevista que le realizamos a Silvia Gismera:...

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The Innovator’s dilemma

The book we recommend you this month is a disruptive innovation classic written by Clayton M. Christensen, one of the world’s top management thinker. It is called The Innovator’s dilemma. When new technologies cause great firms to fail, and it was named one of 100 Leadership & Success Books to Read in a Lifetime by Amazon Editors A Wall Street Journal and Businessweek bestseller. It is also “one of the most influential business books of all time” that provides a set of rules for “capitalizing on the phenomenon of disruptive innovation”. The author describes this book as the result of his research about why great companies experience loss of market shares even when they still adopting and following good practices. In Clayton’s own word, The Innovator’s dilemma “it’s not about the failure of simply any company, but of good companies—the kinds that many managers have admired and tried to emulate, the companies known for their abilities to innovate and execute […] It is about well-managed companies that have their competitive antennae up, listen astutely to their customers, invest aggressively in new technologies, and yet still lose market dominance.” The reason why? Disruptive new technologies that mandate radical changes in production and market research but are not able to find a place in the market. This situation provokes that big companies offers a late solution to obtain benefits while small organizations lead change. As an example, Clayton use in the introduction the company Sears Roebuck, “regarded for decades as one of the most astutely managed retailers in the world”, but that fail due to ignoring repeated predictions of a turnaround, in other words, “the rise of discount retailing and home centres” in the mid-1960s. Something like that, explains the author, happened to the computer industry, taking as an example the case of IBM, which missed the opportunity of keeping its dominance on this market of the mainframes just because they did not detect the emergence of minicomputers. “In fact, no other major manufacturer of mainframe computers became a significant player in the minicomputer business”. So why apparently “perfect” organizations can...

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Innova&Acción: Networking para innovar con Yvonne Sánchez

El pasado viernes 24 de mayo, la Asociación Cultural Fabrika 12 acogía la nueva experiencia Innova&acción en la que analizamos, con la experta en gestión y creación de redes profesionales, Yvonne Sánchez, las claves para tener una agenda de calidad que ayude a los profesionales a detectar nuevas oportunidades de negocio, y a favorecer espacios para la creación de ideas innovadoras.                          ...

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