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05.02.2014

THE BUSINESS ACADEMY, THE DRIVING FORCE FOR ECONOMIC RECOVERY

THE BUSINESS ACADEMY, THE DRIVING FORCE FOR ECONOMIC RECOVERY
Can investment in training encourage economic recovery?   In almost every country in the world people are realising that not only education for children but also, perhaps even particularly, training for workers can bring benefits for the economy and consequently for the country’s entire community. Francesco Sacco, retired professor from Bocconi University and government consultant for the implementation of the Digital Diary, spoke at the event “Digital for growth” held on 23 Octob...
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31.01.2014

ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN 2013 – Learning moves

Online Educa Berlin, the biggest conference in the world dedicated to e-learning and technology that supports training in the educational, corporate and public services spheres, has just come to an end. The 2013 edition was dedicated to the theme of Learning moves, and opened important thoughts on the role of big data in the comprehension of the world and the value of technology and connections to support leadership. After the opening session, which launched the preliminary views of the conference, t...
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28.01.2014

Smart Working versus obsolete organisational models

Corporate well-being, as well as being provided by the valorisation of human resources, can be facilitated by the right internal communication and the adoption of efficient collaborative systems which guarantee, for example, flexible hours for training and for other company activities which increase employees’ serenity and therefore their productivity. These principles are at the base of the Skilla method for Smart Working. Unfortunately, in Italy most companies manage their human capital with cla...
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24.01.2014

Otto Scharmer’s U Theory for reacting to the critical stages

Otto Scharmer’s U Theory, also called the Theory of the leadership blind point, is a useful starting point for reflecting on the ways in which companies, and organisations in general, react in moments of crisis. When a corporate organisation goes into crisis, common sense should activate  a change in strategies, behaviour, organisational processes and leadership styles; however, on the contrary we often see an attempt to resolve the problems using the same ideas that created them.   Why ...
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