The HDL division in its new action plan highlights the importance of neuroscience in the individual as a way to improve and innovate processes. The future of our humanity will be altered in our new way of acting to meet the challenges of improvement and innovation. Today's world with the COVID-19 pandemic leads us to develop alternatives to head back along this path. In this webinar; we want to treat the development of the mathematical brain, which is a combination of these two concepts. We will present based on the electroencephalography results performed recently as we can develop our brains in a consistent, agile and easy way to make it fit into a higher performance model. Likewise, we will present results of how by stopping training our brain it starts to go backwards in the way it is actioned. The simple does the impossible possible.
About the speaker:
Dr. Js. Gilberto Concepción G. obtained the Ph.D from University of Puerto Rico at Rio Piedras. He did Post doctorate research at Syracuse University and trained in management and Industrial development at Univesrity of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. He was Analytical Services Director for Instituto Dominicano de Tecnologia Industrial and International Technical Director of the late Sterling Products International. He is currently the Principal Executive of JGC and Associates a consulting firm located in Dominican Republic. He teaches Physical Chemistry and Quality related topics at Universidad Nacional Pedro Heriquez Ureña since 1976. He was honored as Emeritus Professor in 2002. He was in the board of directors of the Dominica Republic Academic of Science. He has written more than 300 quality, management and sciences related papers and his book, Simplemente Calidad (Simply Quality) is in its third edition.
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