Companies recognize how important managing a growing international and mobile workforce is for the future of their businesses, but they do not know how to do it.
Companies do not have an appropriate strategy to deal with the transformation that is happening the way of working in the world -from the convergence of five generations to operations spread across the planet- which will lead to a crisis in management, attraction and retention of talent, concludes the Workforce 2020 study, prepared by Oxford Economics and SAP.
In order to solve problems entrepreneurs are seeking new ways of behaving, while most managers use logical thinking, directly related to established processes.
An article in Nacion.com reports that "... A research team of neuroscientists and academics from business schools in Italy and Switzerland have used an fMRI to capture images of the brains of entrepreneurs and managers who performed a task consisting in the search for alternative approaches to solve a problem, something scholars call 'exploration'. "
To be successful you need a good idea to accompany an indispensable ability and entrepreneurial drive.
A report entitled "Entrepreneurship in Latin America: A Lot of Companies and Little Innovation," prepared by the World Bank (WB), reports that in the region one in three workers are self-employed or a small employer. However, most of them rarely hire workers and remain small, even after decades of operation.
When companies from different countries come together to develop large-scale projects, the work will inevitably be affected by conflicts generated by cultural differences.
In today's world it is not strange that the punctuality of the English or the precision of the Swiss is a surprise to a Latin American.
These cultural differences are also reflected in the working methods of companies who join up in order to develop projects where often a lack of agreement or communication problems delay the progress of projects .
The XIII National Private Enterprise Conference 2013 will be held on April 29, and will focus on the role of businesses and the investment climate.
The event will be held at the Sheraton Hotel Presidente from 1:30 pm. The current role of Salvadoran businesses will be discussed as well as prospects for improving the investment climate and socio-economic development of the country.
Heads of state and business leaders will seek to join efforts for the development of Latin America and the Caribbean at a Business Summit, which will precede the Sixth Summit of the Americas.
Executives of large companies operating in Latin America and the Caribbean will meet April 13–14 with heads of state and government to discuss prospects for economic development in the region. The CEO Summit of the Americas will be held in Cartagena, Colombia, in conjunction with the Sixth Summit of the Americas.
Successful entrepreneurs - those creatures that we are all now viewing as essential to save the world economy from its troubles - come from different countries, societies, cultural backgrounds and business sectors. There is no single or particular stereotype, however, these individuals have several things in common.
Capitalism deserves most of the credit for the environmental advances of the past century, and represents our best hope for a greener future.
Jerry Taylor, director of natural resource studies at the Cato Institute, wrote: “Earth Day (April 22) is traditionally a day for the Left -- a celebration of government's ability to deliver the environmental goods and for threats about the parade of horribles that will descend upon us lest we rededicate ourselves to federal regulators and public land managers. This is unfortunate because it's businessmen -- not bureaucrats or environmental activists -- who deserve most of the credit for the environmental gains over the past century and who represent the best hope for a Greener tomorrow”.
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