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The economic crisis meant that lack of opportunities in Spain led entrepreneurs to channel investments toward more international markets. In 2014 exports grew by 2.5% compared to the previous year, generating more than 240 billion euros for the first time in Spain’s history.
How should businesses behave toward the world in the digital era? How can they meet the challenges of this new environment? OpenMind examines the effects of the digital transformation in the book "Reinventar la empresa en la era digital (Reinventing businesses in the digital age)."
The capacity to work in a team, leadership skills, communication skills, and the ability to relate to one’s environment using motivation and creativity to solve problems are just some of the new skills needed in the labor market. They are the so-called “soft skills” and there is now a master program focused on them.
Requirements for getting a job are increasing by the day. Now, in addition to having an extensive and high quality contact network, and a “cosmetically enhanced” professional background, there’s a new must-have for getting the job you want in the current work environment – being a digital native.
The role people play and the importance of social interaction in business organizations has meant that so-called soft skills are now an essential component of a good boss’s toolkit.
Despite the crisis business schools have not disappeared, but they have found themselves having to restructure their education model. In order to achieve this, they have turned to the international market and have become stronger by intensifying their capacity for innovation.
How should bosses convey criticisms? Should they focus on tact, or should they do the opposite because going straight to the point is the kindest way? These are some of the questions addressed in this article headed “Be truthful... even though it hurts?” with comments from Juan Carlos Pastor.
In this interview with Celia de Anca published on Monday in América Economía, she examines the role of the sharing economy in the new global landscape. She also talks about the importance of creating organizations based on continuous change, and in which building spaces for innovation and creation is the norm.