As they say. In the company you do not talk about politics, money and religion. Just religion still seems to be a taboo topic. At the same time, questions and concepts are being developed in various areas that bring together the beliefs and management approaches in order to stimulate the daily business.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is changing everything – from the way we relate to each other, to the way our economies work, to what it means to be human. Artifical intelligence (AI) is challenging. We cannot let happen that the brave new world technology is creating simply emerge. We must shape the future we want to live in.
by Luthier Manuel Rodríguez (III)
Over 110 years ago, my grandfather, Manuel Rodriguez I, driven by his vocation and perfectionistic ambition, started the hand-crafted manufacturing of the most beautiful Spanish guitars which my father, Manuel Rodriguez (II) then continued, both during his long-term residency in the U.S and also in Spain.
Barely had the results of the EU referendum sunk in when a doctored photo of the famous banner that hangs from Madrid’s Cibeles palace began doing the rounds on social media. The “refugees welcome” sign that adorns the offices of the city council had been mischievously prefixed with a single word: British refugees are welcome.
Business families found 6 companies on average across their history, according to a study by several European universities. According to the STEP Project report, which incorporates research conducted at ESADE, European family businesses are particularly strong in terms of compliance with environmental regulations. Reputation and influence over business governance and management are among the priorities of family firms.
Whilst Downing Street recently claimed that Theresa May remains confident in agreeing an exit deal with Brussels, UK Brexit Secretary David Davis is briefing the Cabinet for the possibility of leaving the EU without a deal. As the uncertainty of striking a deal with the EU intensifies, Hamidreza Ghanbari, CEO of Pilatus Bank, discusses the challenges and opportunities that the UK will have to endure post Brexit regardless of whether a trade deal with EU is agreed.