The digital revolution has given rise to figures such as e-commerce managers, digital market managers and data analysts. 3D virtual designers have also gained a foothold after the pandemic. Resellers likewise emerge as sustainability concerns take the stage
Future of Work
The design sector has undergone a transformation in hardly more than a year. Training should embrace this change by better preparing tomorrow’s professionals. Which skills should we target? Narrating the present with an eye towards the future at the PHYD and Fuori Salone event.
A microprocessor shortage is crippling many sectors, particularly the automotive industry. The USA and Europe are now exploring ways to limit their over-dependence on the Asian market
The data universe has paved new avenues for an entire sector that is quietly reinventing its image. “Now that we can measure absolutely everything, an artist’s musical project must be evaluated through data”, explains Claudio Ferrante, CEO at Artist First
“The Future of Talent in Automotive & Mobility” is an Adecco Group white paper exploring the trends and changes shaping the automotive industry’s agenda, including new skills and professions.
The United Nations has designated the sector as a driving force for building a future that respects the environment, workers and the essential pillars of democracy
A growing number of companies are experimenting with methods and tools to identify and manage in-house talent. Roberto Battaglia of Intesa Sanpaolo explains how to be an entrepreneur and still remain part of the company.
A young, yet already very articulate discipline in which traditional customer experience incorporates the principles of neuroscience to identify and satisfy people’s ‘latent needs’. Mariano Diotto, member of the Italian Neuromarketing Association, explains: “Every communication agency will soon need to have an expert in these techniques”
A McKinsey study on eight different countries reveals a post-pandemic labour market primed to change even faster than expected. By 2030, as many as 100 million workers will need to find a different occupation, acquiring new and more sophisticated skills to remain relevant on the market
The managerial tally now stands at 32.3% for under-35s and 28% for under-40s. Which region reigns in pink? Lazio. An analysis of Manageritalia’s most recent Women’s Report
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.
Our country should stop selling cars with diesel or petrol engines by 2035 and switch to electric cars. New skills, new professional profiles and more research will be needed
“Psychology and the Good Life”, taught by Laurie Santos at Yale, has become the most popular course in the history of the prestigious American university. Yet there is no shortage of examples in Italy as well
Software developers, engineers and computer scientists will be leading the first phase of creating a virtual reality for avatars. But eventually a detailed world will have to be created, and this will only be possible with architects, designers, mathematicians and many other professional profiles.