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  1. Professor Bernaldo (B): I went blended. Now what? (B) RH1-149-B-I

    Talks about the experience of a professor after her first contact with new teaching methods, that include online classes using videoconferences and online forums.

    Academic Area:
    Human Resources
  2. Professor Bernaldo (A): Should I go blended? (A) RH1-149-A-I

    Tells the story in first person of the experience of a professor who is considering the possibility of starting to teach using an online setting with new technologies.

    Academic Area:
    Human Resources
  3. Professor Bernaldo (B): I went blended. Now what? (B) RH1-149-B

    Talks about the experience of a professor after her first contact with new teaching methods, that include online classes using videoconferences and online forums.

    Academic Area:
    Human Resources
  4. Professor Bernaldo (A): Should I go blended? (A) RH1-149-A

    Tells the story in first person of the experience of a professor who is considering the possibility of starting to teach using an online setting with new technologies.

    Academic Area:
    Human Resources
  5. Lanzaderas de empleo y emprendimiento solidario. Cas … (A) GE1-139-A

    Case A describes the origins and functioning of LEES in 2013. This is a program launched by José María Pérez González, a Spanish social entrepreneur, in order to address the problem of unemployment in Spain. Mirroring his former social enterprise (Fundación Santamaria La Real), for which he had been nominated Ashoka fellow in 2008, the LEES are a series of accelerators aimed at the unemployed. Designed to make up for the shortcoming of governmental employment policies, where unemployed are passive and isolated, the LEES program follows a holistic approach that fosters the proactiveness of individuals, leverages their skills and increases their visibility. It adopts a collaborative, supportive model, based on people and their capacity for teamwork. Participants in the accelerators organize their activities for an average of 6 months and are led by a coach. The program also strives to involve most actors of the society (municipalities and governmental institutions, private local firms, NGOs, individual volunteers, local training centers, co-working or entrepreneurship centers, universities, etc.) into shaping a global solution to unemployment. Although they are overseen by the LEES central office, accelerators function as quasi-autonomous entities and take up the roles of project management, maintenance, student selection and appointment of functional committees.

    Academic Area:
    Entrepreneurship
  6. Lanzaderas de empleo y emprendimiento solidario. Cas … (B) GE1-139-B

    Case B updates the growth issues faced in 2015 by the LEES team led by Alvaro Retortillo Director for Social Innovation al Fundación Santamaria.

    Academic Area:
    Entrepreneurship
  7. Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners RH1-147-I-M

    This interactive multimedia case describes the story of the redundancy process carried out by the architectural studio, Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners, at the beginning of 2009. The case focuses on how this important studio, which was well-known for having a closely knit, employee-orientated culture, managed this process. The case begins with an introduction to the studio before moving on to hear the reasons of the partners for having to make redundancies. The final section of the case includes an interactive exercise in which students must make recommendations about how the company should manage the process. A dedicated professor's page, which can be shown in class, analyzes the results of the student exercise and also includes a full reaction to the process through various video interviews with employees.

    This case lies within the field of Human Resources Management and is fit to be used in such courses across all kinds of postgraduate programs. To date, it has been used successfully in MBA, Executive MBA, Executive Education courses and other management programs. 

    Academic Area:
    Organisational Behaviour | Human Resources | Negotiation
  8. Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners RH1-147-M

    This interactive multimedia case describes the story of the redundancy process carried out by the architectural studio, Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners, at the beginning of 2009. The case focuses on how this important studio, which was well-known for having a closely knit, employee-orientated culture, managed this process. The case begins with an introduction to the studio before moving on to hear the reasons of the partners for having to make redundancies. The final section of the case includes an interactive exercise in which students must make recommendations about how the company should manage the process. A dedicated professor's page, which can be shown in class, analyzes the results of the student exercise and also includes a full reaction to the process through various video interviews with employees.

    This case lies within the field of Human Resources Management and is fit to be used in such courses across all kinds of postgraduate programs. To date, it has been used successfully in MBA, Executive MBA, Executive Education courses and other management programs. 

    Academic Area:
    Organisational Behaviour | Human Resources | Negotiation
  9. SPM Ads Company. La gestión del cambio en procesos d … RH1-146

    This case relates the merger of two leading publicity companies and how, having not checked the synergy between the two, it seemed that this merger did more damage than promote growth. They were faced with the issue of how to meet its employees needs as well as know how to respond to them after the merger in order to avoid harming this new company’s growth.

    Academic Area:
    Human Resources
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