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Two heads are better than one for more complex tasks

Two heads are better than one for more complex tasks

Do too many cooks in the kitchen spoil the broth? Or two heads are always better than one? A recent study by MIT Sloan School of Management Assistant Professor Abdullah Almaatouq found that the answer depends on the complexity of the task. “The question of whether – and under ...
“There is no such choice for a company not to position itself”

“There is no such choice for a company not to position itself”

With a career spanning more than 20 years, always working on topics such as sustainability, environmentalism, human rights and diversity, Suelma Rosa, now at Unilever, has a firm view on the positioning of brands and companies: “There is no such choice for a company not to ...
Four-day working week trials are taking over

Four-day working week trials are taking over

The United Kingdom has become the latest country to flirt with a 4-day week. It is been announced that, from June this year, a trial will be set as part of a six-month experiment. Each company will pay its staff their usual salary and, in return, staff must maintain 100% producti ...
BR TALKS | Suelma Rosa, Unilever

BR TALKS | Suelma Rosa, Unilever

New show is out! What do Brazilian leaders have to share with the world? Where do such bold, pioneering and inspiring initiatives come from? That’s what we’ll find out together in the WIN World Newsroom’s new interview series: BR TALKS. On the premiere episode, ...
Training programs could revert lack of workers, calls IMF

Training programs could revert lack of workers, calls IMF

The latest survey by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) points out that two years after the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, there are many job vacancies in advanced economies. However, many professionals still have not resumed their functions in total. The IMF survey is ba ...
‘Emerging Giants’: the fertile soil for innovation and entrepreneurship

‘Emerging Giants’: the fertile soil for innovation and entrepreneurship

Young, technology-intensive and fast-growing companies have not only been among the big bets for investors but also played an increasingly fundamental role by transforming traditional sectors and preparing them for the future. The so-called “Emergent Giants” show up w ...
Upskilling: the key for keeping the workforce engaged

Upskilling: the key for keeping the workforce engaged

People stay at companies when they are still learning. That is one of the conclusions of a survey released by the business-to-business digital software company Amdocs. 90% of respondents, representing 1,000 American workers, consider strong training and upskilling programs a crit ...
New Year’s wishes at work: inspiring leaders

New Year’s wishes at work: inspiring leaders

Over the next five years, the most desirable qualities of employees will be learning ability, flexibility, good communication, and balance. For the leaders, workers expect them to be integrators, to talk and listen to their teams, to have the sensitivity to understand people, to ...
Video resume: the new way to stand out

Video resume: the new way to stand out

The candidate who sends a video curriculum without being asked for it is attracting more attention: it shows proactivity and good communication, according to recruiters. A survey recently released by LinkedIn suggests that video resumes are gaining traction among recruiters. Cond ...
Curiosity: no longer just a nice skill to have

Curiosity: no longer just a nice skill to have

The impulse to seek new information and experiences and explore novel possibilities is becoming a differentiating asset increasingly essential to business performance and success. According to a recent study based on data from LinkedIn, engagement with company posts that discuss ...
The most influential thinkers in the business world

The most influential thinkers in the business world

A professor of leadership and management at the Harvard Business School ranks first on the late Thinkers50’s list of most influential business thinkers. Amy C. Edmondson was chosen for the innovative work on psychological safety, which has been groundbreaking, pointing out ...
Social skills: the must-have for a good manager (at any level)

Social skills: the must-have for a good manager (at any level)

More than ever, firms are demanding from their leaders the capability to interact, persuade, relate to others, and, most, the ability to listen. A team of researchers including Harvard professors analyzed thousands of executive job search descriptions created between 2000 and 201 ...
Women (and men) to boycott high gender pay gap firms

Women (and men) to boycott high gender pay gap firms

In recent years, several countries and regions around the world have approved new regulations requiring companies to disclose salary information broken down by gender and other demographic data, revealing huge still-on-going payment gaps. Four renowned professors and researchers ...
Number of African businesswomen betting on innovation on a rise

Number of African businesswomen betting on innovation on a rise

A recent study published by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) reveals that approximately one in four African businesswomen (23.9%) has innovated.  The survey was conducted with more than 420 women in 10 countries – Benin, Democratic ...