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Consejos de Tom Ford

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We want to share a very business insightful article from VOGUE AUSTRALIA and journalist Julia Frank on Tom Ford’s top advice on building a Fashion Brand. With our Mentors and Subject Matter Experts, we understand, live and breath Fashion and Retail every day. You have below and in the article from Vogue a great  summary that will make your investment in time and money very profitable indeed. If you need more help, guidance and support or just operations expertise, send us an email or connect on social media such as Twitter. 1. “Trust your instincts when it comes to design.” 2. “Never sell a controlling interest in your name. Ever. Ever.” 3. «Decide for you if fashion is an art or an artistic business. This will affect how you set up your company.» 4. “If your president or chief executive officer thinks they know the difference between dark burgundy and aubergine, fire…

Capital Humano, Gestion de la empresa, Gestion de la Marca Personal

Esta solo como CEO?

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When we speak of «leadership» most people unsurprisingly think of CEOship. The reality is that although CEOs are certainly leaders, there are other leaders in the organisation apart from the CEO. Every person who has the responsibility for other people, is a leader of those people, regardless of where in the organisation they find themselves. The CEO is the leader of the entire organisation, but the field supervisors, for example, are responsible for, and the leaders of, the people and functions under their control. A leader is frequently very lonely in the role – not because they don’t have people to talk to, but because they can’t say certain things to certain people. This is not about «friendship» but about effectiveness. Everybody wants to be friends with the leader – it feels nice, it empowers the friend, and it strokes the ego – and that’s all OK and fairly natural….

Capital Humano, Gestion, Informacion General

Somos Viernes – Tiempo para descansar

We live in a serious World however, once in a while, we need to relax and laugh. Apart from giving you a little break, we wish the Friday video to open your eyes on a new way to see things. We want the video to bring critical thinking. 1. Check this video and see how a Cafe in the USA  (Roanoke Coffee Shop) decided to make a difference in our world. He decided to tackled in a very unique creative way rude people who would forget to say «hello» or «please» when ordering their favourite coffee. Viral at its best! 2. We hold no shares in the business featured in this video however it shows very well communication challenges inside this organisation. How do you communicate? How do you make sure your Team understands the message and knows how to apply it? Does the message produce the expected results? Our mentors are…

Capital Humano, Contribucion Especialistas, Gestion

Como trabajar su estrategia y el plano de accion durante el almuerzo?

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To celebrate a special Anniversary date for CEO Mentoring, we wanted to introduce a new way to get together. If you want to get an expert and very experienced external Master Strategist’s one-on-one take on your issues resulting in a clear way forward, then arrange for us to meet over a lunch or dinner to discuss your biggest problems, challenges or opportunities. Come by yourself or with a small team of your executives, board members or investors. Expect to spend at least three hours with the expert. If you wish, forward a context document before the session to save time. The bigger the challenge you have and the nicer the meal, then the longer the session – anything from an hour to a few hours. Have been known to start with lunch – have extensive solution-related discussions for hours and end up with dinner – resulting in a crystal-clear plan for…

Capital Humano, Gestion de la empresa, Gestion del riesgo

Los fundamentales del negocio

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When one explores the concept of business, one will find wide interpretations of what constitutes the fundamentals of business that apply universally. One can find hundreds (if not thousands) of interpretations of such principles – every commentator attempts to put a unique spin on this to justify their value and contribution. The reason they are incorrect or inappropriate is that one can find legitimate contexts where the proposed principle doesn’t apply, therefore that principle isn’t universal. There are six fundamentals that apply in all business situations, are they are: 1. The business exists to further the objectives of its owners. When one examines the mission statement of many of the world’s leading corporations, one will inevitably find references to the satisfaction of stakeholder objectives. These references not only acknowledge the owners of the corporation, but often, also identify other stakeholders such as employees, the community, the government, suppliers, and of…

Capital Humano, Gestion de la empresa

De nuevo Wells Fargo en los periodicos!

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This is how Warren Buffett spelt out that trouble is not over at Wells Fargo, and that the cleanup operation has still far to go. This is related to the finding of another 1.4 million unwanted accounts opened under the name of unaware clients, as reported in yesterday’s New York Times (see note 1 for link). In my articles published on June 15th 2017 and October 26th 2016 (see links in note 2) I expressed that the Board had not understood the situation it is in if it went ahead to appoint Timothy J. Sloan, a 30-year Wells Fargo veteran and member of the senior management team when the original scandal erupted, as new CEO after the ousting of Jon Stumpf. I predicted that bad news would keep on coming and supported this statement on the obvious fact that a sick corporate culture cannot be cured from within. Facts are…

Capital Humano, Contribucion Especialistas, Gestion del riesgo

Que la MODA e UNITED AIRLINES tienen en comun?

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On April 9th, a United Airlines customer on a flight from Chicago to Louisville was dragged out of the plane due to seats that needed to be given to crew members awaited in Louisville the next day. It was done by security personnel in such a violent way that the customer had blood on his face and the videos of the incident were all over the internet. Even though it does not take away the responsibility from United Airlines, the flight the customer was boarding was a United Express flight run by Republic Airlines. When there is an overbooking (and/or possibly the need to find a seat for a crew member), the airlines have the duty to offer compensation which we understand can go up to $1350 however only $800 was offered to the customer (according to sources via CNN). United Airlines CEO, Oscar Munoz,  has won the PRWeek «Communicator…