Edition 50, Human Resources

Cyberloafing: “Working” Behind the Screen

By: Luis Arciniega
Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México

Cyberloafing refers to employees using computer equipment, provided to them by the company, for personal purposes that are not job-related tasks. This inappropriate workplace behavior can have various negative effects for the organization.

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Entrepreneurship, Edition 50

Café Punta del Cielo: Story of an Entrepreneur

By: Claudia González Brambila, Luis Arciniega and Daniela Ruiz
Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México

Pablo González Cid, founder of the Café Punta del Cielo, discovered his entrepreneurial spirit when he was a young university student and worked as a messenger at a brokerage firm. He realized that to be director he would need to work many years and be promoted to an infinite number of positions, and that, in the end, he might never reach his desired position.

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Edition 50, Strategy

The Problem of Corporate Social Responsibility

By: Antonio Lloret
Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México

Corporate social responsibility is in decadence. Despite being an attractive and fashionable topic, it is not a sustainable trend, and it is destined to disappear if it is superficially adopted, by way of certifications or seals of endorsement and without the actions of responsibility permeating the interior of the firm.

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