Collaborative work has always been vital to the success of projects. Today, with the help of new technologies, the possibilities of sharing knowledge, materials and ideas have multiplied.
When companies are seeking talent, they tend to look outside. But what if it was already there, in their own offices? Owing to a lack of mechanisms for identifying talent, a mistrust of internal structures or a reluctance to rearrange the hierarchy, many companies do not encourage their employees to develop ideas.
Robots and humans can work together like colleagues thanks to the boom in collaborative robots. The use of cobots in industry is changing production processes because unlike industrial robots, they work efficiently, safely and skilfully with other employees on all types of tasks.
Among the principles that guide the corporate culture of the Iberdrola group is its multinational drive through its mobility program. This goes hand in hand with the creation of teams with different cultures and locations. Nuria Soto has moved to the United States to take on a new challenge.
Estefanía Segovia has benefited from the international mobility promoted by the company, which favours mixing talents and cultures and motivates employees, who all row together in the same direction. And there are many other employees like her in the group.
Although the methodology is not new, Design Thinking is increasingly present in the business world because of its ability to generate innovation in the development of new products and services. The key? It is a different way of thinking and acting that not only gives rise to innovative ideas, but also drives and strengthens talent.