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  1. El machista CO1-245

    How would you provide negative feedback? The sales director of a specialized retail store had to talk to a close colleague and tell him that there was this certain attitude he needed to quit on: chauvinism. What's the best way to do this?

    Academic Area:
    Organisational Behaviour
  2. Estrategia personal. La gestión de nuestro "fel … CO2-313

    Are we the result of destiny and life’s coincidences or can we achieve what we set out to do? In this technical note, we study how we manage ourselves by defining functional areas whose objective will be to maximize our personal profitability and to increase the values on our “happiness meter.”

    Academic Area:
    Organisational Behaviour
  3. Del liderazgo de equipos al liderazgo personal CO2-312

    Starting from the idea that “organizations are the people that are in them,” and that managing them correctly determines business success, a number of tools are studied that allow personal skills to be developed, examining motivational, communication and coaching factors. In addition, the figure of the leader and the leader’s influence on work teams is studied, defining the guidelines to be followed to be a good leader and thus achieve a high-performance team.

    Academic Area:
    Organisational Behaviour
  4. PEREZ LLORCA AJ-GSJ-001-M

    The interactive case shows the selection process for a new junior lawyer at the law firm Perez Llorca.

    Interviews with the HR director the company's timeline and a series of graphs provide information about the company and the “war for talent” in the law sector. As a final exercise students are able to watch four job interviews and choose the best candidate for the job offer.

    Academic Area:
    Organisational Behaviour | Human Resources
  5. Percepción del liderazgo en el mundo CO2-310-M

    This tutorial introduces six dimensions of leadership found across the world some which are highly regarded in all cultures and some which are associated as undesirable in certain countries.

    The students will be asked to compare these dimensions across countries and cultures and estimate which are higher than others to gain a sense of understanding for how expectations and prototypes for leadership differ around the world.

    Academic Area:
    Organisational Behaviour
  6. PEREZ LLORCA AJ-GSJ-001-I-M

    The interactive case shows the selection process for a new junior lawyer at the law firm Perez Llorca.

    Interviews with the HR director the company's timeline and a series of graphs provide information about the company and the “war for talent” in the law sector. As a final exercise students are able to watch four job interviews and choose the best candidate for the job offer.

    Academic Area:
    Organisational Behaviour | Human Resources
  7. Leadership perception around the world CO2-310-I-M

    This tutorial introduces six dimensions of leadership found across the world some which are highly regarded in all cultures and some which are associated as undesirable in certain countries.

    The students will be asked to compare these dimensions across countries and cultures and estimate which are higher than others to gain a sense of understanding for how expectations and prototypes for leadership differ around the world.

    Academic Area:
    Organisational Behaviour
  8. Dilemas familiares en la carrera profesional: Music … (B) CO1-106-B

    This material analyzes the working and personal lives of three executives of a major multinational company (MIP) in the record industry.They received a visit from a former colleague interested in finding out how the previous year had gone for the company. Her three colleagues – Jetta, José Luis and Juan – had passed a hectic year trying to manage their professional careers and resolving significant family dilemmas. The visit of this former colleague caused them to reflect on how they had managed their lives and how they were going to deal with important decisions that were approaching.

    The second part of this case picks up the stories of Jetta, Juan and José Luis one year later. 

    Academic Area:
    Organisational Behaviour
  9. Dilemas familiares en la carrera profesional: Music … (A) CO1-106-A

    This material analizes the working and personal lives of three executives of a major multinational company (MIP) in the record industry. They received a visit from a former colleague interested in finding out how the previous year had gone for the company. Her three colleagues – Jetta, José Luis and Juan – had passed a hectic year trying to manage their professional careers and resolving significant family dilemmas. The visit of this former colleague caused them to reflect on how they had managed their lives and how they were going to deal with important decisions that were approaching. 

    Academic Area:
    Organisational Behaviour
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