All’interno dell’Angolo della riflessione accogliamo il contributo e le riflessioni del professor Giuseppe De Rita, presidente del CENSIS.
An international financial services company hired a midlevel manager to oversee a department of 17 employees. A year later only eight remained: Four had resigned and five had transferred.
Why do so many start-ups that seem to have it all—customers, cash, a promising outlook—run off the rails? Ask a venture capitalist, and you’ll probably hear that they have trouble “scaling.”
Strategy and entrepreneurship are often viewed as polar opposites. Strategy is seen as the pursuit of a clearly defined path—one systematically identified in advance—through a carefully chosen set of activities.
L’intervista al dottor Iginio Liberali, Presidente del Gruppo LU-VE, porta nuovi stimoli e testimonianze al nostro Angolo della riflessione.
Before leaving work each day, employees at Ubiquity Retirement + Savings press a button in the lobby. They’re not punching out—not in the traditional sense, anyway. They’re actually registering their emotions.
Collaboration is taking over the workplace. As business becomes increasingly global and cross-functional, silos are breaking down. Connectivity is increasing, and teamwork is seen as a key to organizational success.
Virtually all leaders believe that to stay competitive, their enterprises must learn and improve every day. But even companies revered for their dedication to continuous learning find it difficult to always practice what they preach.
The evolution of products into intelligent, connected devices which are increasingly embedded in broader systems is radically reshaping companies.
Milano, 22 Settembre 2015