These pandemic-pervading months revolutionised the lexicon of work, coining new terms and affording novel nuances to some words. Here are ten words that will leave their mark on the present and the future.
According to lawyers Antonio Aloisi and Valerio De Stefano, the future of work is now decided in the area of new relationships between companies, workers and algorithms. We need a system that is focused on trust, and no longer on control.
The job of the e-commerce manager is to coordinate all the company’s departments, from customer care to data analysis, while devising the strategy and path to be followed to increase online sales. But there are no universities in Italy offering specialist courses in this subject
Kickstarting our lives again will be a difficult test for everyone. To ensure that this is achieved with maximum success, companies and people will need to develop new skills and expertise. Luca Foresti, CEO of the Santagostino Medical Centre, presents us with his thoughts on this.
From providing support in terms of patient management to preventing the spread of infection among doctors during the pandemic, to managing the heaviest and most dangerous jobs on construction sites, what is the secret behind these successful achievements? The integration between human labour and robotics.
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.
We’re not just talking about chefs, managers and waiters. But also about suppliers, cleaners, florists, social media managers and photographers. An entire sector which is seeing businesses closing down and will have to reinvent itself
If we are to keep pace with change and respond effectively to crises, human capital must be at the forefront. Alessandro Rimassa, a digital transformation expert, explains how to build a winning corporate culture.
: If engaging in creative activities can reduce anxiety, stress and mood disorders, then these same activities can become a great way to reduce welfare costs while improving our quality of life. This is what cultural welfare is all about.
All he smelled for months after he recovered was cooked cabbage. With the help of a number of professionals, he developed a tool to help patients regain their sense of smell and correct sensory deficits.
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”.