If we are to keep pace with change and respond effectively to crises, human capital must be at the forefront. Alessandro Rimassa, a digital transformation expert, explains how to build a winning corporate culture.
A new book published by Franco Angeli entitled Basta chiacchiere! Un nuovo mondo del lavoro (Enough Talk! A new world of work) identifies the key challenges that every business sector is facing in the wake of the pandemic, from agile work to the need for new models and improved labour protection. We take a closer look with Luca Solari, Professor of Organisation Theory at Milan University.
Why are companies founded? The answer would appear to be simple: to generate profit’. But nowadays, explains Massimo Mercati, CEO of Aboca, that is not enough. We need to add words like responsibility’, sustainability’ and – above all – value’.
Since the Italian government issued its first decree to contain the coronavirus outbreak on February 23, the number of agile workers in the country has risen to over a million. And the number is still growing. Arianna Visentini, co-author of the book Smart Working: mai più senza’ (Smart Working: never be without it), explains why smart working is a practice that should stay even after this emergency has passed.
Companies that appear to be working together to find solutions for the future of the planet consolidate their reputation and become less vulnerable. A conversation with Rossella Sobrero, the heart of the Milan Csr Show and new president of Ferpi, on the most innovative trends
Technological advancement is a multifaceted matter, explains physicist Massimo Caccia. That is why it is important to compare the stakeholders and subjects involved in the main processes involved, especially now that the advance of technology is about to change lives
They are the cornerstone of Italy’s National Plan, and lie at the heart of the European strategy for economic innovation. Numbering 12 so far, they represent an attempt to bridge the gap between companies and universities.
Not just museums and cinemas, but veritable companies specialising in video games, fashion and design. These companies form one of the key pillars of the Italian economy. Which is why it makes sense to invest in them
Being able to navigate across disciplines, knowledge and cultures is a skill that is gaining ground in contrast to the past. This is one of the reasons, explains Giulio Xhaet, why universities and vocational schools have sprung up to teach and practice contamination
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”.