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Companies have many systems for managers to experience the success, but few so los de abajo also savor the triumph. We all experience success and raise their self-confidence is to create psychological capital which was also reflected in the numbers Jonas Ridderstrale. Increasingly, organizations in favor of optimizing its operational capacity, reach cohesiones of integrated teams towards goals, goals of the companies, positive organizational behavior, where a suitable organizational climate manifests to ensure productivity, will have been concerned know handle, adequately addressing its human resource, determining factor in business life. The human resource of the company demand be cared for, provide the appropriate means for their performance and job satisfaction, use creative and innovative potential of each person, with motivational incentives involving human capital is activated, and will safeguard the psychological capital that the company has successfully. In this respect there is a contribution interesting Cristina Simon, Dean of Psychology at IE University, who notes that the model of psychological capital is very recent, and therefore we can not make a fine adjustment on the measurement of each of its components or its ideal balance. Yes there are already tools of psychological capital measure, and in this respect it should be noted the work Fred Luthans is doing in the Leadership Institute of the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. People such as Mark Berger would likely agree. Luthans is the father of the concept, which has proved to apply the basic principles of what is called the positive psychology that deals of studying human behavior from their strengths and positive factors – to the world of work and organizations in an interview that Wharton Universia makes it, says that the set of goods that we use in order to grow or progress is understood as capital. In the same way that defined the financial capital (what you have), the intellectual capital (what you do) and social capital (with who you relate), by psychological capital understand how you are, i.e., the set of positive personality traits that we deploy in our professional life.