EGADE Business School Newsletter
October 13, 2021 ūüĎČ Lee en espa√Īol

Although it seems we are near the end of the contingency, companies are still struggling with the effects of the changes in the work environment, and the changes they were facing at the beginning of the pandemic are still on the table. Companies need to move agilely in implementing strategies to keep employees safe and motivated. Read this story along with other contents of interest to our Community ¬°Enjoy the read!
Artículo Nancy & Eva

Since the arrival of COVID-19, companies have faced new challenges and opportunities, especially regarding how to care for and support the workforce. This study by Nancy B. Ortiz and Eva Guerra explores the relevance of communication and internal marketing for employees’ emotional well-being.

The evolution in the number of Mexican companies listed on the Mexican Stock Exchange is worrying, in the opinion of Mar√≠a Concepci√≥n del Alto. | Article in Spanish.

Cases such as Evergrande or Fantasia - another Chinese real estate developer - will be interpreted by the Fed as signs of caution, says Everardo Elizondo. | Article in Spanish.
Héctor Shibata

Global institutions have declared that it is urgent to transform the way we manage companies and organizations, says Christiane Molina. | Article in Spanish.

If the energy reform is approved, it would have an additional unfavorable impact on the investment trend. Read this and other financial notes from the Okomos Report. | Report in Spanish.
More articles here.

The most innovative retailers have begun to assume that technology is not just a complement, but a fundamental part of the shopping experience. Erika Falf√°n Mayer, vice president of Centralized Operations for Grupo Walmex for Mexico, shares the challenges of serving a hyper-connected and informed consumer. | Podcast in Spanish.
More podcasts here.
Nota EGADE Summit Guadalajara 2021

To offer a strategic vision of business activities in the western region of Mexico, EGADE Business School at Tecnológico de Monterrey invites business and entrepreneurial communities to attend the EGADE Business Summit Guadalajara 2021, which will take place virtually on October 21st.

More than 270 research professors, doctoral students, academic and business leaders met at the CERALE-EGADE Business School Colloquium 2021, to discuss the changes promoted by the global crisis of Covid-19 and its impact on the European and American environments. | Article in Spanish.

In this EGADE Future Forum webinar, Isaías Martínez, senior vice president of Sales at PepsiCo, addressed the challenges that companies face in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic. | Article in Spanish.

With the idea of supporting health research in the face of COVID-19 and at the same time enabling participants to practice their swing, EGADE Business School at Tecnológico de Monterrey organized a night of Golf for a Good Cause.
More news here.

In an article on the need to professionalize how the members of the boards of directors of companies are elected, Expansión points out that EGADE Business School offers training programs for future board members. | Article in Spanish.

In an Expansión interview, Jaime Martínez Bowness comments on preparing a SWOT analysis as a critical tool to draw up a career plan and ensure professional development. | Article in Spanish.

Mexico’s EGADE Business School, the top-ranked business school in Latin America according to the QS Global MBA rankings, is now offering its own online business courses in partnership with EdX, reports Business Because.
More media impacts here.
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