Doctorate in Industrial Sociology, Master in HR Organization and Management, PDD from IESE, an advisory board member of several institutions, a distinguished clinical professor at IE, partner and lecturer at The Valley DBS, ESCP Europe in Paris, and others. He is one of the major international experts in talent management and human performance improvement. He was also a Managing Partner at Accenture and head of the Talent & Organization Performance and Change Management area. He has authored a dozen management books, more than a thousand specialized articles, and a regular speaker in business management forums worldwide; a member of Top Ten Management Spain, Lid Lecturers, Thinking Head, etc. He is currently a mManaging pPartner at 2.C Consulting, a company specializing in People Management, Digital Culture Transformation and Talent Search and Transaction.
It’s a fact that we’re in the information and digitalization age where data is the new oil, and another that intellectual capital within companies has gradually become their most valuable asset, while becoming the most competitive key differentiator—we have become accustomed to this reality in the organizational world.
According to various studies, less than 40 percent of HR departments are playing a key role to exploit digital technologies for better talent management. We still seem to be stuck with more of the same, as in in the customarily time-absorbing transactional tasks in these areas.
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