Written by Silvana Buljan for Buljan & Partners Consulting
The first decade of the 21st century is over, and it has left the globalized world in a paralysis of analysis – we have been so busy with defining the most effective economic models, optimized processes and efficient management standards, all driven by innovative technology. What has been a revolution in production in the 80s and 90s has moved to a fast-moving automation of human interaction, with social networks being on top of the list. Our thrill to show that our brains are more and more developed with each new generation causes a growing alienation from the essence of the human being – emotions.
Written by Luis Hergueta for Buljan & Partners Consulting
Society progresses, needs change, mentality evolves – and we know this very clearly when we think about clients. But do companies think of their own internal clients (=employees)? Employee commitment and affection to a company are a strong prescription for clients to buy a product or service. Some companies are learning that a motivated employee is not only more productive but will also recommend the product or service to everyone.
Employee profiles can be all very different. But what is important is that any employee has a feeling of liking the place they are working in, and the activities they are involved in.