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In this category we try to explain some concepts of business management. In addition to academically explaining management theories, we always try to show their use in practice through our spreadsheet. Some concepts that we decide to demystify: Inventory control, SWOT Analysis, Box control, Quality management and much more. We hope you enjoy it!

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Planning and production control

Planning and production control

The PCP (Production Planning and Control) is a set of processes that cannot fail to be applied in a company, especially if it is ...
Detractors: What They Are and How to Avoid Them

Detractors: What They Are and How to Avoid Them

Detractors are individuals who speak out incisively and firmly against another individual or brand. Being the offended person, a person ...
Mark-up: What it is and how to calculate

Mark-up: What it is and how to calculate

Perhaps one of the most challenging steps when opening a new business or evaluating the strategies of an enterprise already in operation is ...
Fordism and Taylorism: Similarities and Differences

Fordism and Taylorism: Similarities and Differences

What is Fordism? Fordismo is a scientific methodology devised by businessman Henry Ford (1863 to 1947), characterized by mass production that revolutionized the ...
Chess and Entrepreneurship - LUZ Entrepreneurial Generation

Conflict Management: What It Is and How to Apply

  When we bring together two or more people in the same environment, conflicts can arise, for different reasons, whether due to divergence of opinions, behavior, ...
Business and Professional Mentoring

Business and Professional Mentoring

What is Mentoring? Mentoring is a personal or professional development and learning process and is led by a mentor, who is usually a ...
Business Duplicate: What it is and how to use it

Business Duplicate: What it is and how to use it

What is a Duplicate A duplicate is a nominal document that symbolizes the roles representing an obligation on the part of the buyer. The duplicate is extracted ...
What is Interpersonal Communication

What is Interpersonal Communication

Concept Interpersonal communication is a skill that allows a group of people to relate by exchanging ideas and experiences, either verbally or ...
Behavioral Theory: What it is and how to apply

Behavioral Theory: What it is and how to apply

Behavioral theory emerged in 1947 in the United States, where until then emphasis was placed on the mechanizations of tasks and the structure of organizations, in the ...
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