It is one of the fastest sectors to adapt to the new conditions: from contract logistics to Big Data Analytics and solutions based on mechanisms of the sharing economy. That’s how the industry will change in the wake of the pandemic
According to a study presented by Ernst & Young, Italy’s data economy could generate revenues equivalent to around 2.8% of the country’s GDP, about 50 billion euro. But during the pandemic, weaker companies have lost even more ground
A three-way’ interview with Giacomo Poretti, actor and founder of the Oscar theatre in Milan; Davide Milani, president of the Ente dello Spettacolo foundation, and Andrée Ruth Shammah, director of the Franco Parenti theatre in Milan
According to the World Economic Forum, global gender parity will not be attained for another 99.5 years. To address this, the organisation has launched accelerators’ in a number of countries, public-private solutions to bring about change. Italy would also need one
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
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.
A management and organisation model founded on trust rather than control reduces inefficiencies and stimulates growth and innovation. Applying the model to all jobs, not just the creative’ or smart’ ones, is the real challenge to kick-start recovery, explains economist Vittorio Pelligra.
The role of risk manager is gaining an ever higher profile in the running of today’s enterprises – especially in those with more advanced organisational structures, where carefully weighing up risks and investments becomes the main advantage to business success
Leadership is not a natural talent. It is an achievement, the result of a training path often overlooked by companies. Everyone deserves a great manager: the six critical practices for leading a team by Victoria Roos Olsson, Scott Miller and Tod Davis is aimed at top managers
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”.