M.A. in Anthropology, Lawyer and Graduate in Labor Relations. Extensive experience in international companies of mass consumption, continuous production and +20 years in the mining industry. He held operational, executive and corporate positions in Argentina, Chile and Peru, also working with Australia, Canada, French and South American countries. Author of the book: "Labor anthropology: a path towards sustainable relationships. Among other milestones in his career.
Organizations are “living systems” and, as such, must continually adapt and adapt in harmony with a changing and high impact environment. If the organizations we know today want to explore the path of sustainability and sustainability, and trying to stay alive in the coming years, it is key that they include in their agenda introspection and projection processes. Otherwise, they will be case studies as entities that were complicit in their own self-destruction. It is imperative that all those with leadership responsibilities in organizations can understand that the way to manage and lead their companies, and their environment, have perished and, soon, they will enter intensive care to continue as they have done until here and now. In this regard, they must forget to give temporary solutions to face to the underlying problems that challenge them and that challenge them to think differently in order to obtain different results. In a framework of tensions between trust and expectations ... what is the current challenge of the Mining of the XXI Century and the areas ... today called "Human Resources" ...? in this be here and time that we have to live ...? From "Strategic Partner" to Leading the Organizational Sustainability Strategy CSR Business Strategy ▪ Integrate "Mining and Society" ▪ Applied Organizational Philosophy ▪ Renew the Approach and its boarding platforms ▪ Organizational Cultural Identity. ▪ Sustainable Collective Agreements. ▪ Human Rights. ▪ 2030 Global Agenda: 17 SDGs ▪ Artificial Intelligence. ▪ Regional Mining Clusters. ▪ Entrepreneurship and Circular Economy, ▪ Social Leaders