Being happy is no mere stroke of fate, but a tangible project that anyone can attain. There are no magic formulas, but there are methods. Sergio Sorgi and Francesca Bertè explain how to be happy people in a happy society.
Standardised programmes won’t work. Every scheme designed for employees should be personalised to the specific needs of each individual, maintains Matilde Marandola, director at the Italian association for people management
We have been chatting with the CEO of the company based in Borgo Panigale, a symbol of the Italian motorcycling scene, but also a leader in corporate welfare and employee satisfaction: Ours is a large community. Our workers’ family life is of crucial importance
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.
For over a decade, data have become not only the subject of study, but also the source of considerable economic activity. This is the scenario spawning the rise of Data Science: the science of data. Luca Malinverno and Franco Pigoli explain why it should be regarded as the key discipline of the future.
Adapting work to suit their lifestyle, enjoying freedom in time management, having the possibility to travel and relocating according to their needs. Digital nomadism exists for many reasons: a burgeoning trend not only among young people, indeed…
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”.