As the saying goes, if you want to walk fast, walk alone but if you want to walk far walk with people. Simply, doing things alone and your way is not a guarantee of success. With minimal consultation on the courses of actions, one can implement them very fast. The challenge comes if you don’t detect any flaws in the intended course of action and its implementation fails. You bear the burden alone, and most likely you will have to go back to the drawing board. I am not discouraging own innovative ideas, but it is better to have people who will share with you in times of “joy” and in times of “need.”
Successful business people and executives epitomize the strength of team work. One of such people is Porfirio Sanchez Galindo. The current Group Televisa’s Director General of economic analysis has been with the company for eight years. He was charged with the responsibility of invigorating the company and steer it to great heights. Under the current changes and trends in the media industry across the globe, such a task is quite challenging.
His role at Group Televisa sees him covers different areas like television, broadcasting, and advertising among others. In spite of his impressive academic qualification in these aspects, Galindo understands the role of teamwork. To begin with, he brought in an experienced journalist in print media by the name Rosana Berain to help him in the improvement of the company. She was to coordinate a team of experts that would come up with the actual strategies. The team did not disappoint, and the company has been able to roll out innovative strategies. Also, Galindo understands the importance of engaging highly skilled experts in specific areas to ensure the formulation of well-thought courses of action.
Under his stewardship, Group Televisa has been listed as among the most promising business entities in the globe. In fact, it currently had a workforce of about 10,000 besides an increase in the revenue generated. He has been able to inspire and guide the company’s team the recent tremendous growth.