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Así perdió Japón el liderazgo en materia de innovación

Así perdió Japón el liderazgo en materia de innovación | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
¿Qué es lo que hacen las empresas más exitosas, en términos de innovación? Para determinarlo, IBM aplicó en 2014 una encuesta a 1,000 directivos y sus reportes directos, incluyendo 108 participantes japoneses. A partir de los resultados de esta encuesta, IBM recomienda a las empresas japonesas que implementen estrategias similares a las que emplean las empresas más exitosas. Estas empresas innovan a partir de una diversidad de estrategias relacionadas con su estructura organizacional, cultura y procesos.
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Why Japan’s Talent Wars Now Hinge on Women

Why Japan’s Talent Wars Now Hinge on Women | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
With a shrinking workforce, Japanese firms can no longer afford to marginalize women.
Carlos Fosca's insight:

“The majority — 65 percent — of our new recruits are women,” said the head of a foreign multinational I was working with in Japan last week. “We’re just going for the best, and the women are better educated and more mature.” 


"Japan needs more women working and more babies (yes, these two are mutually reinforcing) to counter an aging workforce and a flaccid economy. Japan may be the only OECD nation where the number of pets (25 million) exceeds the number of children (18 million under the age of 15). Facing this type of talent shortage, employers can play a key role in getting more women into every office. Will foreign companies show them the way? Or simply hire the best women, and leave Japanese firms in their male dominated status quo?"

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