#244-D.E. Edicion 60-17

High Impact Women Entrepreneurs in Mexico

By: Michelle Lee, Lynne Thomas, Dr. Howard Thomas, Dr. Alexander Wilson

In recent years there has been a significant growth in the number of agents that make up the entrepreneurial ecosystem of Mexico.  Read more…

#244-D.E. Edicion 60-15

The Co-Creation Process: A Good Option for Innovation?

BY: Claudia N. González Brambila

Growing through innovation is the dream of all business leaders.

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#244-D.E. Edicion 60-16

Emprendedores de Garage en México: Una historia para inspirar

Por: Claudia González Brambila, Luis Arciniega y Daniela Ruiz Massieu

Pocas historias de emprendedores mexicanos de garage son tan fascinantes como la de Simón Sacal.

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Edición 60, Current Issue, Human Resources

Sowing Seeds For Improvement in the Desert

By: Luis Arciniega, ITAM

There is unusual activity in the multipurpose room of the small village of Laguna del Rey, in the Mexican State of Coahuila. Dozens of people enter and leave the premises where the town’s great annual event will take place the next morning. It is not a fair or agro-industrial exhibition. It is the annual continuous (leer más…)

Edición 60, Current Issue, Human Resources

Is There Control or Not?

By: Virginia Kalis Letayf

Much has been said and written about the adjustments and eliminations needed in order for groups to present their consolidated financial information, that is, “as if they were one company”. However, there is a problem that goes way back, since it is first necessary to identify whether or not you have control of the companies in which you participate, which is not necessarily transparent in all cases.

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Entrepreneurship, Edición 60, Current Issue

High Impact Women Entrepreneurs in Mexico

By: Nomara Parra Sánchez

In recent years there has been a significant growth in the number of agents that make up the entrepreneurial ecosystem of Mexico. In this ecosystem, private equity funds, accelerators, incubators, entrepreneurship centers, mentors, angel investors and a host of public and private sector bodies have gradually been added with the same purpose: to help and train high level entrepreneurs. (leer más…)

Edición 60, Strategy, Current Issue

The Importance of Managerial Competencies in Different Hierarchical Levels of Mexican Organizations

By: Carlos Alcérreca J. and Aurora Monroy.

Introduction

In this article we try to identify the managerial competencies that are important in Mexican organizations and to assess whether these competencies differ in accordance with the hierarchical level of the people. (leer más…)

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