Nowadays there are Best Practices to help organizations become more efficient, productive and profitable. While they are the result of experience and studies and might seem the absolute truth, we can not and we should not think of them as a universal diet, because they would abandon what makes unique an organization.
We are used to do several things at the same time, such as talking on the phone while sending emails. The maelstrom in which we are immersed in these modern times invites us to perform several tasks at once, but is multitasking actually increasing productivity?
We all know it, we are all their victims. It is waiting for us as we return to our offices after lunch. While you want to avoid it, it's too late, once it greets you there is no turning back. It is an invisible enemy that reduces our productivity in the evenings and leads us to a sleepy state, it is not easy to say it goodbye.
Nowadays we spend a lot of time for certain activities that add little value compared with the results we want to achieve; some of them are inevitable, however, we are so immersed in the routine that we stop looking for a better way to run them.
Stress is the result of an evolution process, from the need to survive multiple dangers, and is an ally to respond quickly and effectively to a hostile environment. As well as inflammation, after a cut, is a physiological mechanism that helps us to respond successfully to the environment, but why is so frowned upon?
Spain is one of the leading producers and suppliers of food and beverages globally. During 2014, the value of the total sales was 90,000 million euros, with an annual growth of 5.5% compared with the previous year and accounting for 2.7% of the GDP in Spain. In addition, it is anticipated that the sector will continue to develop and it is estimated that for the period 2015 - 2020 the average annual growth rate of the sector will be 4%, with net sales for the year 2020 of 115, 000 million euros.