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The fall in the price of oil has led to a change in consumer behavior in the US. Now that they have extra money in their pockets Americans are not spending it on consumer goods, but rather they are putting it into saving accounts. Are we witnessing a change of mentality among US consumers?
The fashion industry is changing and firms like Inditex and H&M have to shape their sales policies to combat increasingly fierce competition.
Since the start of this century “co-creation spaces” have become increasingly common in firms, as companies begin to understand the need to have spaces where employees can interact in a natural and dynamic way.
Article published in the Financial Times about the profiles of online MBA students, with comments from Gayle Allard.
Article headed “Es narcista, pero es un buen líder (A narcissist, but a good leader)” with comments from Juan Carlos Pastor on how managers can communicate better with their employees.
This week’s featured article is “How Mixed Objectives Can Sink a Meeting,” by Lee Newman, published in the Wall Street Journal’s The Experts section.
Article published in Harvard Business Review about Uber and its business potential on entering the take-away food market in Barcelona.
Article headed “No hace falta ser matemático para ser experto en ‘big data (You don’t have to be a mathematician to be an expert in big data)’’ featured on the website of El País, with comments from Juan José Casado, Academic Director of the Master in Business Analytics & Big Data, plus information on the program.