Naples and beyond. Southern Italy, with its high quality universities, is attracting technology multinationals. It is the new tech face of the South, where innovative companies constitute a quarter of Italy’s total share
Adecco Group CEO, Alain Dehaze, said that he is “realistically optimistic”, that technology will not destroy the need for human labour, but we must be prepared for these changes. And everything revolves around skills and training.
What are required are managers of complexity, spanning different areas of knowledge and drawing opportunities from each. Interview with Piero Dominici, Professor of Public Communication and Intelligence Operations at the University of Perugia
In a world overrun by digital technologies, schools and universities cannot just stand by and watch. Millennials are not the students of 20 years ago. The experience of Andrea Cioffi, founder of Enjoy Your Learning
Such institutes would be the making of Italy, but students are still few and far between: We must make up for lost time, especially in terms of legislation, and promote the idea of a country that can make it .
Interview with the headmistress of the Malpighi High School in Bologna, one of the most active institutes in bridging the gap between students and enterprises: Our school has had extremely positive experiences with 150 companies
The European Green Deal is setting the stage for a post-pandemic recovery plan, with the blue economy at the heart of its investments. A growing number of the younger generation in Italy are opting for ‘blue degrees’ to bolster their employment opportunities.
Tapping into the potential of refugees is not easy in Italy. Official recognition of academic qualifications is one issue. However, efforts must also be made to ensure that the right skills are trained and companies have integration processes in place.
A successful conclusion to the Italian Ministry of Family Affairs ‘Conciliamo’ tender: 127 companies were selected to receive state funding for their welfare projects. The pandemic will inevitably force an update of the proposals