Nathalie Cely

80 Flips | 6 Magazines | 232 Likes | 5 Following | 112 Followers | @nathaliecely | Apasionada por políticas de desarrollo productivo, innovación y emprendimiento.  Presidenta de Fundación Stratega

These Are The Disruptive Technologies That Will Affect Your Industry

Disruption is a hard subject to cover sometimes. The change, the intersections, the arguments about what is and is not disruption. Often it is helpful to step back and really see what is happening, where things are going and who is doing what. Richard Watson, a leading futurist and scenarios …

Imperial College London

Quantum computers 'one step closer'

<b>Quantum computing has taken a step forward with the development of a programmable quantum processor made with silicon.</b><p>The team used microwave energy to align two electron particles suspended in silicon, then used them to perform a set of test calculations.<p>By using silicon, the scientists hope that …

Harvard Business Review

Combatting Corruption in Emerging Markets, with Efosa Ojomo, research fellow at the Clayton Christensen Institute for Disruptive Innovation. #HBRLive

A Manager’s Guide to Augmented Reality

There is a fundamental disconnect between the wealth of digital data available to us and the physical world in which we apply it. While reality is three-dimensional, the rich data we now have to inform our decisions and actions remains trapped on two-dimensional pages and screens. This gulf between …

Deep Learning Goes To The Deep Seas And The Billion-Dollar Tuna Industry

The next frontier for artificial intelligence may involve teaching computers to distinguish albacore tuna from its yellowfin cousin.<p>The Nature …

10 Fatal Flaws That Will Derail Great Leadership

<i>Leadership is a privilege, those who have the privilege to lead, have the duty to act.</i><p>Nobody’s perfect, we all have flaws, but when you are in a …

You Don’t Need Big Data — You Need the Right Data

The term “big data” is ubiquitous. With exabytes of information flowing across broadband pipes, companies compete to claim the biggest, most audacious data sets. And businesses of all varieties — old and new, industrial and digital, big and small — are getting into the game.<p>Masses of social, …

Corporations Need a Better Approach to Public Policy

All companies that operate internationally face a striking dual challenge in dealing with public policy: Nations across the globe enact an ever-changing, ever-expanding array of detailed legislation and regulation to protect workers, consumers, investors, and the public welfare, and these diverse …

A Survival Guide for Leaders

Think of the many top executives in recent years who, sometimes after long periods of considerable success, have crashed and burned. Or think of individuals you have known in less prominent positions, perhaps people spearheading significant change initiatives in their organizations, who have …

The West Coast Is the World's Fifth-Largest Economy: Can It Unite to Stop Big Oil?

Rex Parris, the three-term Republican mayor of Lancaster, California, is no squishy liberal. “I believe when you walk out the door of your home, you …

Natural Gas

China’s new macro strategy

In the past few years, China’s macro-economic strategy has largely failed to command the confidence of investors in developed markets, despite the …

Work in the Future Will Fall into These 4 Categories

From The New York Public Library<p>Organizations are more boundary-less, agile, global, and transparent — and will be even more so in the future. Work and workers (yes, humans) will always be essential to organizations, but organizations themselves will be more diverse, and work will be organized, …

Saudi Arabia now owns the largest refinery in the US

The two companies joined together to create Motiva Enterprises LLC in 1998, a 50-50 joint venture that operated three refineries on the U.S. Gulf Coast. But Shell and Saudi Aramco have seen their interests head in different directions. "It is now time for the partners to pursue their independent …

The Future of Oil Is Here—and It Doesn’t Look Pretty

Three and a half years ago, the International Energy Agency (IEA) triggered headlines around the globe by predicting that the United States would …

How Big Business Created the Politics of Anger

Companies are not squarely to blame for the anger and frustration that have so warped this presidential primary season. Nor are they entirely innocent. The growing economic inequality that polarizes U.S. politics is not merely the inevitable result of our free-market system; it is also a …

The New Organization: Different by Design

We just launched one of the world’s largest studies of people challenges in business, Deloitte Human Capital Trends 2016, and the results were …

Cheap oil is taking shipping routes back to the 1800s

The plummeting price of oil on international markets has had many effects – one of which is that it may be cheaper for ships to travel right around Africa than go through the Suez Canal.<p>The Suez Canal was one of the most significant engineering projects of the 19th Century. It was a gargantuan task …

Mexico's state-owned oil company has a 'liquidity issue' after it lost $32 billion last year

The Mexican state-owned oil company is suffering from low oil prices just like every other driller out there, but Pemex has several unique problems that have put it in a worse position relative to many of its peers.<p>Pemex reported a $9.3 billion loss in the fourth quarter of 2015, bringing its …

Why Now Is the Time to Remake Economic Development

Embracing a broader vision of economic development is an economic and fiscal imperative. Our nation’s economic competitiveness and social cohesion …

PAUL KRUGMAN: What's going on in China right now scares me

<i>The following interview with Paul Krugman, American economist and op-ed columnist for The New York Times, was conducted by Birgit Haas and Daniel Tost</i> <i>of Business Insider Deutschland.</i><p><b>Krugman:</b> God knows, right? I tell myself that, once actually in office, Trump might realize that he needs to listen …

What lies ahead for Asean markets?

2016 has already served up a few surprises. On the global front, we have seen market volatility, continued weakness in oil prices and central bank …

Will We Hold It Wednesday - S&P 1,900 Edition

<b>Oil can!</b><p><b>That's right, once again tumbling oil prices are taking down the global markets as yesterday's little meeting between OPEC and the American Oil Cartel (the one they pretend doesn't exist) in Houston broke up without an agreement to even cap production, let alone cut it back. Aside from</b> …

Oil

Saudi Oil Minister Surprises OPEC with Tough Line on Prices

Prepared for $20 a barrel to force production cuts outside the Middle East, Says al Naimi<p>LONDON—Saudi Arabian Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi surprised fellow members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries on Tuesday when he said the kingdom was prepared to let oil prices slip to $20 a …

Oil

All oil price gains are sinking into the abyss

Crude oil and Brent oil prices jumped by a huge 7% on Monday because analysts thought the US would post a drop in production and alleviate some of the oversupply in the market.<p>The agreement between Saudi Arabia, Russia, Qatar, and Venezuela to freeze oil production at January levels is going to …

Turn a Good Idea into Reality

How Great Companies Think Differently

It’s time that beliefs and theories about business catch up with the way great companies operate and how they see their role in the world today. Traditionally, economists and financiers have argued that the sole purpose of business is to make money—the more the better. That conveniently narrow …