While competition used to be about quality and price, storytelling has emerged as the new battlefield: in a world in which infinite choices are available within a few clicks, meaning making is a new competitive frontier
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
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
To change the market, you have to be in the market. How? By learning from the B-Corps, as explained by economist Pedro Tarak, one of the world’s most prominent ambassadors of the Benefit Corporation’ movement
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’.
There are over 100,000 people in Italy who have not locked down: staying at home is not for them – they go out to help others. They are Italy’s volunteers. Without them, the Covid-19 emergency would be even tougher.
The pandemic has thrown a wrench into the plans of many workers, who now seem to be looking for a new balance between private life and their jobs. “We are facing a new phase”, says occupational psychologist Michela Vignoli.