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Posted by: on March 8, 2021

Why You Should Invest in Women-Led Businesses!

Female leadership is evaluated from different perspectives in many ways and corporate policies are developed accordingly. Leadership is the act of guiding people or a group of people who view the person as the sole light and follow them diligently in various situations, such as in a business. Leadership in the political struggle for women’s […]

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Posted by: on November 28, 2017

Use data, don’t use your intuition!

Media and well regarded books celebrate the ones that managed to heroically redefine our economic world. They are restless, innovative, hard working, dedicated, usually highly talented and intuitive. For sure, their emotions were captured in the products and services they launched. Based on the articles, one of their most important assets was the courage to […]

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Posted by: on October 17, 2017

‘9’ is the only number

Not that I’m rankings obsessed or anything, but the FT Global EMBA rankings for 2017 are just out, and Oxford Saïd has managed to hold on to its Number Nine spot on the list. That’s three years in a row, consistently at ‘9’. Is ‘9’ a good showing? That means there are eight other programs […]

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Posted by: on September 25, 2017

The One Degree of Change – Re-writing my story

The first week has passed by. We made 62 new friends, from more than 30 countries in 5 continents, in almost any possible field. Besides the classes and official dinners, going to the pub after classes became an important ritual in our small tribe set-up. During these moments, a question emerged frequently: why did each […]

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Posted by: on January 26, 2016

Why I decided to apply for my EMBA at Oxford

Throughout my career, I have often looked around my office, top management, boardrooms – and wondered: “Where are the people that truly represent me? Who up there is speaking up for me?” I always seek those Latina role models in the boardroom of companies I have worked in, but I have yet to find them. […]

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