Choose you MBA wisely to help you lead people who will smile rather than cry at work, as they frequently do when they follow competent jerks. Amazon's Bezos is not alone in making people cry. Stanford does not care The NYTimes tells where where to cry. .
Dr Alfredo Behrens
– Jan 9, 8:00 PM
That behavior at Latin American insurrections could not be more different from what is today recommended mindlessly at business schools, though the traits of our people are still very much the same. Moreover, I sense that some of what made the…
Alfredo Behrens' ... what management b-schools teach in Latin America is out of tune with the local cultures. But how could that have happened? Because a dispirited Latin America accepted as good what was good only because it had worked well elsewhere. '
Students from different countries Growth Marketing Director, Telefónica USA and Canada Area Director, Mahou San Miguel Supply Chain Director, Lactalis Iberia Financial controller, Skretting España PhD in Economics, Cambridge Professor…
Alfredo BehrensLed by a businessman, for a healthy change, this MBA course at Salamanca is set to do for your dreams what Salamanca did for Christopher Columbus': listened to him and set him off on a path that changed the world. I am collaborating with Global MBA.
You can fill a room with studies on leadership that hail the importance of being a likable, honest, caring, and modest boss. In the work world, however, that's not what people want most. When people have a chance to choose whom to work with, and…
Alfredo Behrens'most people would rather work for a very competent jerk than a nice but less competent boss.' This is what you get when your research is based on people who work for Amazon's Mechanical Turk and not on Samba schools nor Mumbai dabbawallas.
The New York Times
– Oct 14, 2:07 PM
When was the last time you had a good work cry? Welcome to the Smarter Living newsletter. Editor Tim Herrera emails readers with tips and advice for living a better, more fulfilling life. Sign up here to get it in your inbox. When was the last time…
Alfredo Behrens'Just under half of employees have cried at work at some point, according to a study from earlier this year, which also found that about 75 percent of C.F.O.s surveyed thought crying every so often is totally normal.'
Your company designed an open office space to break barriers and encourage interaction, but that makes it much harder to sob over a spreadsheet. Here are the best places to cry without your co-workers interrupting you. At your desk with your…
Alfredo BehrensFollowing jerks will make people cry, so frequently than the New York Times feels compelled to teach its readers where to shed their tears.
The New York Times
Jennifer 8. Lee
– Jun 9, 2008, 9:17 AM
Alfredo BehrensAbout 150 thousand horses worked in NYC producing 10 kg of manure + liter of urine a day. When dead, horses polluted even more because they were left to rot, when it was easier to remove them dismembered. No wonder the car took over. What's next?
It all started in 2006, when the Malatheatre company's founder Ludovica Rambelli — passed away in April 2017 — gave a lecture at the University of Naples, on Caravaggio's way of working. That's when Ludovica realised that the best way…
Alfredo Behrens' to achieve “a great visual impact” with a minimalist scenography, baroque melodies — by composers such as Mozart, Bach and Vivaldi — and a focus located on one side, which emulates the suggestive light effect of the Italian master’s paintings.'
The Financial Times
– Oct 19, 6:05 AM
Science discovered show business long before a 22-year-old Charles Darwin set off on a round-the-world mapping expedition aboard HMS Beagle. The Royal Institution had been staging public lectures for more than a decade before he was born, and was…
Alfredo Behrens'a welcome innovation from a museum ... to communicate unashamedly through spectacle, beauty and wonder.