There has been great evolution in the knowledge of brain functioning in the last two decades, facilitating access to information and technologies related to Neuroscience. With this, it has proliferated professional areas and technical approaches with the associated neuro term, such as neuromarketing, neuroeducation, neurosales, etc. Not surprisingly, there is a natural fascination in the discovery of this organ that practically controls every experience of the human being.
In the field of Management, with subjects such as communication, resource mobilization, planning, decision making and problem solving, the activities involve people. And studies now prove that people perform better in connected, collaborative environments where trust prevails. Learning and behavioral change, which are fundamental practices for management, have also gained new insights to avoid pitfalls and to maximize positive results.
In short, the modern manager should know Neuroscience in some way, to select and work productively with people, in a social and business context with changes accelerated by technology. New challenge in an already complex environment, but it brings a great opportunity to develop high performing intelligent companies.