Tag: digitalizzazione

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La strada per l’affermazione della leadership femminile nelle aziende è ancora lunga. Sia in termini quantitativi sia qualitativi, il ruolo delle donne non riceve la stessa considerazione di quello maschile. Le maggiori differenze sono rappresentate da stipendi e incarichi, nonostante spesso le donne risultino più formate degli uomini. In questo contesto, le organizzazioni sono chiamate a una maggiore responsabilità per superare disparità e pregiudizi radicati dal punto di vista culturale. Leggi tutto >

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Ogni giorno incontro aziende e organizzazioni alla ricerca di persone capaci di affrontare la trasformazione digitale. Quali risorse? Quali profili? Dove cercare? La prima risposta che mi viene in mente, collaborando –ormai dalla loro nascita– con gli Istituti Tecnici Superiori (ITS), è cercare gli studenti che si diplomano in queste scuole, nate proprio con una vocazione applicativa, oppure negli atenei che formano tecnologi. Leggi tutto >

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Pubblichiamo la bibliografia completa dell’articolo “Spunti di progettazione umanistica per affrontare la digitalizzazione” a firma di Giovanni Vaia ed Elena Bruni, pubblicato sulla rivista Persone&Conoscenze.

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Davenport T.H, Harris J. (2017), Competing on analytics, Harvard Business Review Press, Boston, Massachusetts.
Davenport T.H., Patil D.J. (2012), Data scientist: The sexiest job of the 21st century, Harvard Business Review, 90 (10), 70-76.
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Di Fabio A. (2017a), Positive healthy organizations: promoting well-being, meaningfulness, and sustainability in organizations, Frontiers in Psychology, 8 (1938).
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Di Fabio A., Kenny M. E. (2016a), From decent work to decent lives: Positive Self and Relational Management (PS&RM) in the twenty-first century, Frontiers in Psychology, 7 (361), 1-10. 
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Kang H.S, Lee J.Y., Choi S., Kim H., Park J.H., Son J.Y., Kim B.H., Noh S.D. (2016), Smart manufacturing: past research, present findings, and future directions, International Journal of Precision Engineering and Manufacturing – Green Technology, 3 (1), 111-128.
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Van Laar E., Van Deursen A. J.A.M., van Dijk J. A.G.M., De Haan J. (2017), The relation between 21st-century skills and digital skills: A systematic literature review, Computers in Human Behavior, 72, 577-588.
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Wright P.M., McMahan G.C., McWilliams A. (1994), Human resources and sustained competitive advantage: a resource-based perspective, International Journal of Human Resource Management, 5 (2), 301-326. Leggi tutto >

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La gestione aziendale delle persone, la misura e lo sviluppo delle loro abilità e capacità richiedono sempre più un approccio digitale. Questo permette ai professionisti HR di agire con rapidità, efficacia e grande economicità, senza compromettere la validità del risultato.

D’altra parte oggi il digitale ha avuto un impatto su ogni aspetto della vita, tanto da considerarlo una vera “rivoluzione”. A confermarlo è anche Renato Mannheimer, Sociologo di Eumetramr intervenuto all’evento We Will Web .Assess – We Will Web .Develop promosso da IdeaManagement Human Capital in collaborazione con ESTE. Leggi tutto >

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