How have workplaces changed over time and how has the pandemic made these changes permanent? What skills are required to design the workspaces of the future? All this is revealed to us by designer director Mattia Gambardella.
From jobs to the environment, from the economy to psychology by way of philosophical reflections, the pandemic has accelerated some phenomena and curtailed others. Recent publications offer an abundance of writings, essays and insights on the current moment and on the repercussions we can expect in the future.
As the Professor of Business Ethics and sustainable development explains: This approach lays the foundations for a better balance in the growth of companies, society and the environment, offering strategic tools and successful, new business practices
LinkedIn’s latest insights on labour market trends: The number of sustainability professionals has increased by 13%. The demand for green jobs in Europe has grown 49% over the last year . And Milan ranks in the world’s top ten
Former minister Fioramonti explains the idea at the core of his book The World after GDP’: To achieve economic growth, the economic system of the future will need to optimize production and consumption instead of maximizing them, as is the case today
Room and board in exchange for a few hours of daily farm work. This is not a passing fad for alternative travellers, but a trend that each year, thanks to the economic crisis and a greater awareness towards the environment, is garnering increasing numbers of participants. The Wwoofing phenomenon
20 years on from the “The Cluetrain Manifesto”, Paolo Iabichino, teacher at the college of Story Design at the Scuola Holden, launches a new manifesto: We are running the risk of the planet collapsing, the wake up call will come from new generations
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.
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”.