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José Miguel Bolívar

José Miguel Bolívar (@jmbolivar) is a craft consultant, ICF coach, lecturer, researcher and speaker and author of the blog Óptima Infinito, which he has been writing since 2008 on innovation in productivity and GTD methodology. Graduated in Social Psychology and Political Analysis from the Complutense University in Madrid, and holds a master’s degree in HR from the Centro de Estudios Garrigues in Spain. Jose Miguel has broad management experience in highly competitive environments like HP or Life Technologies. Currently as a craft consultant and coach, he continues to work to increase competiveness in organizations by improving individual and collective productivity among the workforce.

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The death spiral of organizational ineffectiveness
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September 2, 2021
When it comes to productivity, many organizations, actually most of them, still operate in the industrial paradigm.
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February 4, 2021
Digitization and its big sister, digital transformation, are undoubtedly top issues on today’s agenda for most organizations.
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August 7, 2020
A very common mistake is to think that working remotely is—other than the obvious differences—very similar to working from the office. The truth is that these are different ways of working that in turn require different skills.
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February 28, 2019
Why we fail in what we set out to do As frustrating as it may be to acknowledge, human beings are far from being infallible. Meanwhile, the causes of our failures are varied, and we can often act on them to avoid them or, at least, to reduce them.
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July 18, 2018
In the professional field, wellness is associated with greater work efficiency, thanks to a greater ability for complex decision-making, more creativity, better concentration and greater resistance to stress. That’s why wellness initiatives are an upward trend in many organizations today.
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November 15, 2017
The lack of effective communication habits is a serious hindrance to any other change and improvement process intended to be carried out in the organization.