The Civic Brands Observatory survey examines the “say-do gap”: “A company’s civic engagement has a distinct economic impact now that ‘social behaviour’ has emerged as a compelling purchasing driver”, points out the research institute’s co-founder Paolo Iabichino.
A wise use of the data and algorithms available nowadays offers the opportunity to implement systemic changes, while measuring and restricting the environmental and social impacts of economic activities and reducing waste and negative external factors.
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
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’.
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
Framing the role of people who deal with corporate social responsibility is not a simple task, not only because it is constantly evolving: empathy, diplomacy and versatility are key features. And the role is also ideal for those who have a humanities background
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”.