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INCAISTAS among the best Entrepreneurs of 2014

Thursday, December 11, 2014 - 15:20
Por: 
mauren.esquivel@incae.edu (Mauren Esquivel)

INCAE, December 11th, 2014—INCAE is proud to have two of our INCAISTAS recognized among the Best Entrepreneurs of 2014 according to the periodical, El Financiero. 

Gerardo Corrales, who holds a Masters in Business Administration with and emphasis in banking and finance from INCAE (class XXII-1990), is currently the General Manager of the Bank BAC in San Jose, Costa Rica and Executive Vice-President of the financial group, BAC Credomatic. 

Another entrepreneurial figure that stands out is Alonso Bogantes, Masters in Business Administration from INCAE (class XL-2002),...

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The person who changed my life for the better. Isabella.

Tuesday, December 9, 2014 - 08:49

Each phase with our firstborn is a learning experience that will benefit the children that come after. 

Before having her I knew what she would be called.

Last week I heard her sing a solo in a concert, I couldn’t believe what I was seeing and hearing.  My little girl had transformed before my eyes and I saw the women she has been becoming every day.

Her performance made most that were present cry, including those that were not family.  It was a magical moment and I thought and felt something unprecedented.

I remember the smell after she was...

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Are you my friend?

Wednesday, November 19, 2014 - 08:53

You have over 1000 friends on Facebook. Which ones are friends in real life?

I read an article in the New Yorker entitled, The Limits of Friendship by Maria Konnikova; in it she states that Facebook enables you to track contacts and acquaintances that would otherwise simply disappear from the radar. That's very good for me for example, I've lived half my life in one country and half in another; this allows me stay in touch with dear people who are physically far away.

Facebook, Twitter and Instagram also enable collective collaboration in ways that...

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Agony of personal freedom

Friday, November 7, 2014 - 16:55
Por: 
German Retana

Look at someone in your organization who suffers serious problems supporting effective, constructive and enjoyable working relationships. We all have our limitations, but people with recurrent and complicated attitudes toward their peers have something in common. Is it due to a lack of self-understanding?

The fear of recurrent "ghosts" of the past, despondency over plaguing anxieties and dramatic anger over inconsequential circumstances are symptoms of someone who is losing touch with him/herself and with reality.  The external world and the “ghosts” imprison them. Their negative

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"Sincericide and Sincericides"

Friday, October 24, 2014 - 12:27
Por: 
German Retana

Those expressing criteria at the expense of acceptance, prestige or popularity commit sincericide; and sincericides are those that say what they want, feel or think in a way that makes their peers feel bad. Both behaviors cause the gradual extinction of the good feeling of sincerity, or truth well stated. Is that the case in your workplace?

If one externalizes an honest, reasoned and good faith opinion they commit a political act of "suicide," because it is now in the hands of inflexible individuals with rigid minds,

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