Since I was a child I have been attracted to doing things with computers, programming, designing, recording music or communicating. And I've done all these things in a more or less professional way. I studied Biology, and I still do, although as I was approaching the end of the degree I decided to quit and dedicate myself to this new world of the Internet. I set up several companies and worked on projects in the private, public and non-governmental sectors. In the end, the ecology and the behavior of individuals in all of them is quite similar.Read more
University (Economics and, later, Management of Social Economy Organisations) discouraged me a lot, although it opened the doors to development cooperation for me after I studied a specialisation in International Economics. After that beautiful period as an aid worker and volunteer in other countries, the compass pointed elsewhere. Serial entrepreneur, I have set up four companies in very different sectors, either alone or together with partners. I went bankrupt twice, so I know first-hand the risks of these paths. The technology sector is my latest fascinating choice. I'm still learning every day.
At Spines I work on business development and facilitating honest conversations in order to connect with new clients. If we ever converse, I hope this humble and passionate lifelong learner will bring value to you with a smile from the first good morning.
Knowledge work is driven by curious minds, developing new ideas, reframing old ones, mixing information, experimenting with new ways of collaboration, thinking differently.
Every individual in the organization is connected with more people inside the organization that any organizational chart can map. But most importantly they are part of bigger networks outside the organization that influence their work, nurture with ideas and feedback…
The world is moving towards a new scenario where most of the work will take place in self-organizing networks of people (and machines?). Trying to control these networks introducing traditional managerial constraints is like trying to fly by controlling the wind.
Complex problems, uncertain scenarios, rapid changing environments, these are the challenges that we face in modern organizations. We bring you models to see patterns in complexity.
Spines help you inquiry your context from different perspectives, experiment new mindsets, paint a bigger picture connecting people's ideas from inside and outside the organization.
We do it by partnering to come up with a new vision, develop and execute strategies and improve processes, practices and eventually the culture, to better deliver important products and services. Our approach develops internal capacity to experiment, understand and discover innovative solutions to complex problems.