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The Future of Work is shaping by new forces. We must adapt to different situations and it requires changes in our mindset.

Now that we are in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic and that telecommuting has become the only alternative to shutting down, we are trying to adapt to this way of working, which, to some companies, represents nothing, and to others, a real challenge. Technology has certainly facilitated this process. But not everyone has this capability. Not all companies can have a device ready for each employee to take home, nor do all employees have...

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If you look around you will see that technology has become indispensable to our daily lives. Especially now that we’re living in a tight confinement due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Technology has revolutionized every sector of the economy, including the Legal one. Because the Legal sector also competes. However, not only have their processes and tools been improved to offer a better and more competitive service, but important challenges have been posed for their clients....

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The world of work changes every day, thanks to progress in technology. Nowadays, digital leadership represents a direct competitive advantage, especially in recruitment. As digital leadership is an evolving matter, it is, therefore, hard to define. However, we consider it to englobe the leverage of social platforms, by building a base of followers who can benefit from your expertise. These social platforms include blogs, YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook or any other social channel made for...

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Hiring the right candidate and hiring fast is becoming one of the main priorities of companies competing for talent. The Agile concept is almost 20 years old. The ‘Agile Manifesto’ came out in 2001 and was designed for the benefit of software developers. Ever since, the concept has extended itself to other fields, so much that 71% of organisations worldwide report using agile methodologies to manage projects. Business leaders across industries have seen how agile...

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A new world, hyperconnected The world is becoming progressively more and more digital, societies hyper-connected and less predictable. For every company in every industry, these changes imply major shifts in management. Technology: social networks, mobility, big data, the cloud and all the other new tools change our way of working. Thus, they also bring changes to our management models. For example, Network Map management is becoming the new preferred organizational model. It appeared thanks to...

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One of the biggest problems companies face today is recruiting talent. Overused recruiting tools do not make much of an impact on coveted, passive top candidates. Benchmarking can be used in two different ways, both applicable to recruitment processes. First, you can set benchmarks during your hiring process, taking action based on specific data to make continuous improvements when recruiting. The other way is to look at experts that have already found techniques that you can...

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The First Industrial Revolution mechanized production. The Second used electricity to create mass production. The Third, known as the Digital Revolution, developed computers and information technology to automate production. The Fourth Revolution builds on the Third, but differentiates itself by the speed of technological breakthroughs and the impacts of new systems. As we find ourselves amidst the fourth industrial revolution, the world of work changes entirely. The ‘future of work’, generally regarded theoretically, is becoming today’s...

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Collaboration has always been the backbone of workplace performance. One of the biggest factors influencing a business’s success is the ability for its employees to perform as a team, by working together, sharing their ideas and skills to achieve a common goal.  The optimal functioning of teams will allow businesses to achieve more in less time, simultaneously boosting engagement. The arrival of a new generation to the workforce, the continuous digital changes and technological advances...

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According to this report, “two-thirds of the world’s population is falling behind in critical skills, including 90% of developing economies”. Companies see strong skill deficiencies and struggle to find the talent they need, and local markets no longer seem to be enough. Talent is considered as a global resource mainly thanks to technology. Technology has created more opportunities to find skilled talent no matter where it is and allow us to talk about “global skills”. ...

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This year Spring Professional has presented its study “Los + buscados” [“The Most Sought-after”], on the most demanded profiles in the Spanish market and the skills most required by companies. Technology and innovation was once again stressed a relevant factor in the search for the best management talent, regardless of the sector under question. A clear focus was also placed on new leadership styles and, above all, the capacity to adapt to this VUCA (Volatility,...