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NOTHING CHANGES: PETER DRUCKER’S QUESTIONS TO CREATE COMPETITIVE ORGANIZATIONS ARE ETERNAL



Heraclitus (the ancient scientist), Buddha, Marcus Aurelius (the roman emperor and philosopher), they all agreed that the only thing constant in this world is change. So, if we keep on doing what succeeded in the past we will fail in the future (Peter Drucker). And to change is to improve, to change continuously is perfection … Continue reading NOTHING CHANGES: PETER DRUCKER’S QUESTIONS TO CREATE COMPETITIVE ORGANIZATIONS ARE ETERNAL

Brexit as an opportunity: Three products only = 14 Billion Euros; and 36 Meetings



Peter Drucker used to say that there are no risks, only opportunities. Scratch the former, you will find the latter. Example?: Brexit. While everybody speaks about Brexit as a risk, the consequences of Brexit, the implications of Brexit, etc., ad nauseum, Brexit is indeed a great opportunity. More correctly, Brexit creates two types of opportunities: … Continue reading Brexit as an opportunity: Three products only = 14 Billion Euros; and 36 Meetings

Tricks of the Mind: How a 99% accurate test can be (+ than) 99% wrong



Article published by our President Professor Jorge Sá at his editorial column (September 2019) and based in one of his conferences on the topic of behavioral economics Derren Brown, whom some might know from his Netflix series or live shows, is also an author of excellent books on the human mind and its limitations: what … Continue reading Tricks of the Mind: How a 99% accurate test can be (+ than) 99% wrong