Management: Special Report

Focused on Strategy, Planning and Entrepreneurship, a Special Report by El Financiero calls on manager to be fearless when making decisions.

Monday, September 21, 2009


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This Management Special Report was edited by Silvia Castillo Nieto, and covers the following topics:

Entrepreneurial minds: Entrepreneurship and innovation.

Jazz, theater and improvisation: Strategy should not be rigid.

Communications strategy: Your brand could be destroyed in moments.

Capturing value: Take advantage of new endeavors.

Entrepreneurial manager: He who analyzes success probabilities.

Feminine managerial style: New studies break former beliefs.

Administering projects: Plan or you'll be planned.

Management fads: 'Fads' in new processes and techniques.

Reading makes you powerful: 8 examples.

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