As cave dwellers, co-operation improved the chances of our survival as a species, so the instinctive tendency for co-operation is deeply embedded in our brains. If this is the case, then why is co-operation sometimes so difficult to establish? In this article, Amrop guest writer Dr. Tara Swart takes a look at the neuroscience of business. How can its insights explain and optimize our interactions with stakeholders?Czytaj więcej
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As organizations venture down the path of globalization, they encounter a fundamental struggle: maintaining their core DNA across the new markets in which they grow. Their culture and values must be kept alive, whilst designing an organization that has the agility conducive to sustained growth. Find out how a pioneering MidCap built its organizational culture to drive agility and global growth.Czytaj więcej
All over the world, the role of independent directors is gaining ground: in terms of not only the letter but the spirit of regulation. Under Chilean corporate governance law, directorships of listed companies must be renewed or replaced every three years. The country’s six Pension Funds companies, grouped into the Asociación AFP Chile, are no exception.Czytaj więcej
When life sciences companies complain that they can’t find enough good people, the cause, in our view, is most likely to be centered on a misalignment between the strategic goals of the business and the efforts of the company’s talent acquisition teams. In this article, we outline the approach we took as talent acquisition leaders at Pfizer and offer ideas that you can implement right away.Czytaj więcej