No Talk, All Action: Why Companies Must Innovate

Team Capital Guest Blog by Pablo Hernández Arroyo of Madrid headquartered intellectual property (IP) firm Elzaburu ( Pablo leads the media and entertainment division for Elzaburu, recognised as the leading name in prosecution and contentious work. The firm recently topped a table ranking law firms according to revenue per lawyer.


The only thing that stays constant in business is change. This is even more true today as companies of every size and in every industry endeavour to navigate turbulent economic and fast-moving technological environments. Change is constant, but that doesn’t make it easy and today you are always trying to do more with less. Continue reading

Changing Intercultural Attitudes

Team Capital Guest Blog by Arnold Schiefer, former Board Member at Rail Cargo Austria AG and previously Head of Restructuring at ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG. Schiefer was lately CEO designate for the final stage restructuring at Alpine Holding and is an expert in restructuring and change management.


The best organisations, leaders and teams do not view change as negative. Instead they encourage it, act on it and use it as an opening to demonstrate their value in a competitive market. Continue reading

Turnaround Management: Riding the Northbound Train

Team Capital Guest Blog by Jose Roncal, author of The Truth Behind the Numbers in Financial Statements and whose last book was described by Donald Trump as a “great read.”

JDR small photo best (2)In a turnaround situation it’s human nature — especially for financial managers — to focus attention on “the numbers.”  But time and again I’ve found that it’s just as important to assess and evaluate the people on the management team, to make sure they are up to the task, motivated and committed to success.
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