Urban Security and Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Author: Future Manager Research Center Currently, artificial intelligence (AI) is a technology in continuous evolution, emblem of numerous innovations in several sectors, not only in the more technological ones. However, what would happen if AI was applied in order to make cities around the world safer from a sustainable perspective? The team of researchers at…

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Silence Culture in Cross-Culture Corporate Communication: the Japanese Case

Author: Future Manager Research Center You may think that silence during a conversation, especially if it is focused on business, is disorienting, as well as it is a negative signal in the development of a business deal. Actually, it has a huge strategic value when approached to some cultures and customs in which implicit and non-verbal communication…

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Clock-Building, not Time telling

Author: Future Manager Research Center It is possible that the expression “clock-building, not time telling” sounds somewhat strange to you. However, the metaphor of the clock perfectly explains what it means to create a successful company. In order to build an organization that lasts over the years, it is necessary to have one of the…

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The Hard Work of Building a Global Company

   Future Manager World has been working in Mexico for many years now, and this week the Chairman and Founder, Salvatore Corradi, visited the Mexican partners in Guadalajara. On this occasion, the Chairman attended an interview with Gerardo Macias, Managing Partner of StaffBridge, which is the Future Manager World Federated Partner company in Mexico.…

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Cost of a bad hire – how much does hiring the wrong person cost?

Author: Future Manager Research Center Not every hiring process is successful. I discussed the most common and the most costly recruitment mistakes in the previous article: “Recruitment mistakes: 6 costly shortcomings“ As a reminder, the six most common and costly recruitment errors: Incorrectly prepared job description A job advertisement inconsistent with the job description Using incorrect…

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How to communicate with Decision-Makers

Author: Future Manager Research Center For companies dealing with enterprise customers or B2B companies, it is important to engage the decision-makers who influence the buying decision. However, those who belong to the C-Suite will be your toughest customers, and most salespeople simply don’t know how to engage them in a peer-to-peer conversation. A 2012 Harvard…

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