Productivity, human resources, automation and innovation are all terms used in studies on the labor market and innovation.
The context of the pandemic has had a limiting impact on innovation and organizational competitiveness, as well as on leadership development.
It’s an incredibly intense time when an innovator and an organization introduce their invention to a growing market interested in purchasing it. It’s also a time full of uncertainty. Will the product be successful? Is anyone going to buy it? Will it be a ‘hit’?
Thousands of new companies are born and die each day in every part of the world. The effort to create, nurture and sustain a survival and growth agenda that relies in innovation, transformation and adaptation have been a discussion topic among leaders for years
Over the years of our research and practice in fostering the creation of innovative solutions to complex problems, we have noticed that there persist myths about how innovation happens. We have dived deeply into how innovation is produced during conversations and discovered that the myths are not only wrong but are often the OPPOSITE of what our scientific research has demonstrated.
When I moved to Sorocaba Brazil many years ago, I was surprised to learn that wages seemed to be at least a third lower than those in megalopolis São Paulo, which is less than 100 kilometers away. I always thought it was unfair that a two-day bus ride...
The heyday of scientific management occurred in the first two decades of the twentieth century. Its most striking characteristic was the insertion of rationality, characterized by the incorporation of the process of control,