Inicio/2019/septiembre

The Gap Between Large and Small Companies Is Growing. Why?

Por |2019-09-11T09:35:03-05:00septiembre 11th, 2019|

Fuentes: Harvard Autores: Vijay Govindarajan, Baruch Lev, Anup Srivastava, Luminita Enache Research and news headlines are replete with the idea that traditional large companies can’t innovate, and that smaller digital companies will render many larger ones extinct. While we’ve seen numerous startups of the last thirty years not only disrupt businesses but become the megacorporations [...]

Here’s what LGBT Gen Z students want in their future employers — and where they want to work

Por |2019-09-10T15:20:07-05:00septiembre 10th, 2019|

Fuente: Business Insider Autor: Andy Kiersz LGBT students entering the workforce are looking for employers with a commitment to diversity and a strong sense of social responsibility, according to an analysis provided to Business Insider. Employer branding specialists Universum runs an annual survey of tens of thousands of college students, asking new entrants to the [...]

Reporte: automatización de la banca se basará en modelo predictivo sobre lo que el cliente querrá en el futuro

Por |2019-09-09T18:35:11-05:00septiembre 9th, 2019|

Fuente: América Economía Autor: AméricaEconomía.com De acuerdo al reporte de KPMG, los bancos están creando modelos que avancen desde el historial del cliente en el pasado a lo que éste puede necesitar en el futuro El avance de la automatización se está haciendo muy patente dentro de los cambios que las empresas están haciendo con [...]

Experience Doesn’t Predict a New Hire’s Success

Por |2019-09-05T12:46:49-05:00septiembre 5th, 2019|

Fuente: Harvard Autor: Alison Beard Chad H. Van Iddekinge of Florida State University and his colleagues reviewed 81 studies to investigate the link between an employee’s prior work experience and his or her performance in a new organization. They found no significant correlation between the two. Even when people had completed tasks, held roles, or [...]

Despite Job Losses, U.S. Benefitted from Surge of Trade with China

Por |2019-09-04T10:04:03-05:00septiembre 4th, 2019|

Fuente: Yale Autor: Lorenzo Caliendo When Chinese imports sharply rose from 2000 to 2007, American manufacturing jobs suffered. But a new study by Yale SOM’s Lorenzo Caliendo suggests that other sectors benefitted, leading to a net increase in U.S. welfare. The gains were unevenly distributed across regions and industries, pointing to a need for policies [...]

Gobierno evalúa exonerar a barcos atuneros peruanos del ISC al combustible

Por |2019-09-02T13:39:35-05:00septiembre 2nd, 2019|

Fuente: Gestión Autor: Selene Rosales Según Produce, se están preparando otras dos normas para facilitar el ingreso de la pesca de atún de barcos extranjeros. El Gobierno peruano se encuentra evaluando la propuesta de la Sociedad Nacional de Pesquería (SNP) de incluir a los barcos nacionales en el régimen especial para la explotación de recursos [...]