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September 24, 2022

ZONA DE IMPACTO (3): Mindsets have evolved, but women continue to be discriminated in the labor market. Why?

The statistics are known. Women have a higher qualification rate than men, but they earn worse (for equal jobs) and are more precarious. When it comes to reaching positions of responsibility, their lives are more difficult (and the bigger the companies, the worse). The topic is old, solutions take time to take effect, and the issue raises concern among young people. Marta Everard and Rita Mendes, Nova SBE students and members of the Women on Board club, explain how they envision their future work.

You can listen to this third episode of the Podcast Expresso & Nova SBE "Zona de Impacto" here. - It is in Portuguese.
Ricardo Zózimo, Marta Everard e Rita Mendes

Ricardo Zózimo, Marta Everard e Rita Mendes

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A man and a woman working together, brainstorming.
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Strategic agility through improvisational capabilities: implications for a paradox-sensitive HRM

Organizations, especially, multinationals, inevitably confront contradictory challenges. One crucial challenge is the value of strategic consistency versus the value of rapid change related to unexpected problems, opportunities and fast moving trends. This article advances a vision in which firms nourish improvisational capabilities in order to enhance strategic agility.

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Purpose takeover: Francisco Guimarães

One of the youngest Football Coaches in the world. He started at 15. He is a leader. Be inspired. Find your purpose.

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ZONA DE IMPACTO (5): Who are the poorest and most vulnerable? And what are the options to endure the very cold winter that is coming?

In this 5th episode of the Zona de Impacto podcast, we talk about poverty in Portugal, which has increased in the pandemic, and energy poverty. This subject will be felt again this winter in a significant way in the homes of many Portuguese due to the bad thermal conditions and the vertiginous rise of energy prices. Listen to the analysis by Nova SBE Economics Professor Susana Peralta, together with students and researchers Mariana Esteves and Catarina Pintassilgo

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