Founding Partner, Mind the Gap. Director of the Disruptive Management Programme at ESADE Business School
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A graduate of Duluth Senior East High School (Minnesota, USA), Sergi Corbeto holds a Degree in Economics from the University of Barcelona, a Master's degree in Marketing from ESADE and a postgraduate degree in Human Resources from the University of Barcelona. He is an international expert in talent and the transformation of organizations.
As a lecturer, he defends his "Manifesto of Organizational Transformation for Human Centricity". Putting people at the centre and managing their preferences, broadening the scope of digital skills or envisioning the future and designing a strategy with a purpose, are some key aspects of his manifesto.
His latest project, Mind the Gap, of which he is a Founding Partner, is a collective for the disruptive transformation of companies towards more liquid and agile models. His professional career has been linked to the world of Technology, Sport and Cinema. He worked in the American multinationals Xerox and Nike and in the Spanish independent film distributor Manga Films. He has developed more than 300 projects among numerous national and international clients (including more than 15 IBEX 35 companies).
Sergi Corbeto is the Director of the Disruptive Management Programme at ESADE Business School, where he develops disruptive innovation adapted to People Management, Marketing and Sales, and prepares for the rapid and continuous changes that occur in the world around us in terms of technology, art, business processes and the future of social relations.
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