H-Farm is one of the most important incubators of innovative start-ups in Europe, but who are the role models of its founder? And what is his vision for the future professions? A lecture by Professor Riccardo Donadon
The mythical idea of the tireless, submissive worker? A thing of the past. The ability to awaken the emotional intelligence of employees forms the basis of a more efficient management of human resources
With a wealth of almost $80bn, he is the second richest man on the planet and an investor who has never missed a shot. Here’s why, at almost ninety years of age, Warren Buffett remains the mentor all startuppers would love to have.
Mariano Corso, Scientific Director of the Smart Working Observatory of the Politecnico di Milano: The key to smart working is a result-driven culture no longer based on old employment paradigms. This is the only way to stimulate creativity and cultivate talent.
Interview with the headmistress of the Malpighi High School in Bologna, one of the most active institutes in bridging the gap between students and enterprises: Our school has had extremely positive experiences with 150 companies
Brazzale and 7Pixel provide examples on the reconciliation between life and work, and baby bonuses indicate that corporate welfare can be ensured even in Italy. The development of smart working initiatives in small companies gives rise to some hope. But we are the tail lights of the world.
Raffaele Alberto Ventura’s book proposes an original approach to the generational issue of today’s young adults aged 20-30 years. But it lacks insight into the future. Especially, regarding changes that could be wrought by the advent of new artificial intelligence technologies.
A 17th century practice updated to the present day. A new frontier for large companies, who are scaling back the number of desks while encouraging employees to return to the office. However, there is a risk of affecting the quality of relationships and the creative process.
The president of Minotauro in Milan and professor of psychology at the Milano-Bicocca University explains that “the new challenge for education is digital education, finally taking its first steps towards a school model”.