Naples and beyond. Southern Italy, with its high quality universities, is attracting technology multinationals. It is the new tech face of the South, where innovative companies constitute a quarter of Italy’s total share
Adecco Group CEO, Alain Dehaze, said that he is “realistically optimistic”, that technology will not destroy the need for human labour, but we must be prepared for these changes. And everything revolves around skills and training.
Such institutes would be the making of Italy, but students are still few and far between: We must make up for lost time, especially in terms of legislation, and promote the idea of a country that can make it .
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”.