Florencio Travieso

Specialized in International Business Law and new technologies, I also act as a legal expert and independent legal advisor in numerous arbitration cases, in different stages of the proceedings. As an investor consultant, my activity is focused on drafting consultations for different clients in various legal specialties, dealing with complex interpretation of international legal material, specifically arbitration proceedings, and also the negotiation and drafting of foreign companies’ agreements in the private sector.

More information on Florencio Travieso:
• His CV online
• His ResearchGate Page

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It’s Complicated. Organizations are complex systems. Why are we using linear causal approaches to understand them?

It’s Complicated. Organizations are complex systems. Why are we using linear causal approaches to understand them?

Firm performance emerges from a complex interaction among the firm’s strategy, structure, and the competitive environment. Despite recognizing this complexity, researchers, consultants, and strategic decision makers often focus on the isolated effects of individual factors to forecast and analyze performance.
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Strategy & Governance Uncategorized
Debate: How social enterprises can help rethink business growth

Debate: How social enterprises can help rethink business growth

The rationale for economic growth at the macro level has been hotly debated in academic and policy circles. On the one hand, growth is conventionally said to bring jobs and economic prosperity to people. On the other, growth with, as its corollary, ever-increasing consumption, have put a massive strain on the Earth’s natural resources and the living organisms depending on them...
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Work & Organizations
How managers create a sense of justice

How managers create a sense of justice

Research has shown that commitment and well-being at work are fostered by a sense of being treated fairly, and that withdrawal or antagonistic behaviours stem from a sense of being treated unfairly. However, feeling fairly treated is not limited to “a fair pay for a fair day of work”. It also relates to the way in which decision-making processes and human interactions are assessed. A two-step heuristic process has thus been developed to help managers build environments that employees consider fairer.
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Entrepreneurship & Growth Work & Organizations
Actions speak louder than their words to potential investors

Actions speak louder than their words to potential investors

One of the key challenges for start-ups and entrepreneurs who are not privileged enough to already have large sums of money at their disposal, is acquiring the vital funds needed to transform their ideas into reality. There are many ways to attempt to obtain this funding such as personal connections, crowdfunding or government start-up schemes, what these methods have in common is they all involve trying to persuade others that your product or service is worth investing in.
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