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    Report 05.25.2018

    4 kinds of Design Thinking

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    The detailed analysis of over 40 organizations providing advisory services based on the Design Thinking paradigm allow us to map 4 different and particular kinds of Design Thinking. More specifically, the case studies of 17 Design Studios, 6 Digital Agencies, 13 Strategic Consultants, and 11 Technology Developers demonstrate that the Design Thinking paradigm can assume different forms and interpretations according to the nature of the companies involved (service provider and client), the specific challenges, and the objectives of the innovation project: • Creative Problem Solving: Solving wicked problems adopting both analytical and intuitive thinking; • Sprint Execution: Delivering and testing viable products in order to learn from customers and improve the solution; • Creative Confidence: Engaging people to make them more confident with creative processes; • Innovation of Meaning: Envisioning new directions that aim at proposing meaningful experiences to people.
    Observatory Design Thinking for Business
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    Report 05.25.2018

    Design Thinking capabilities

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    The skills, competences and attitudes adopted by Service providers in offering Design Thinking services varied depending on the fact that they are adopting Creative Problem Solving, Sprint Execution, Creative Confidence or Innovation of Meanings. The survey conducted shows that 51% of the Service Providers adopt most of the time Design Thinking to manage innovation process and they suggest to reinforce different skills, competences and attitudes for each paradigm. In addition, the report shows the expected improvements in terms of skill, competences and attitudes that Innovators expect from the adoption of Design Thinking.
    Observatory Design Thinking for Business
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    Report 05.24.2018

    Fintech & Digital Finance, which model for Italy?

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    The aim of the Fintech & Insurtech Observatory is to outline, and explain how to embrace, the main digital challenges for the world of Finance. The 2017 analysis concentrated on the following topics: financial offerings from Big Tech companies, the role of Robo Advisors, the opinions of Fintech end users, digital financial services for SMBs, business models of Fintech startups, Blockchain projects in the financial sector
    Observatory Fintech & Insurtech
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    Report 05.08.2018

    Big Data is now: tomorrow is too late

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    Awareness of the opportunities arising from Big Data Analytics has been in sustained growth for years now. The Report provides an overall view of the dynamics of the Analytics phenomenon in Italy, presenting the market figures and the main technological and organisational challenges. The Research analysed not only large companies, but also small and medium businesses and the startups active in the world of Analytics at international level.
    Observatory Big Data Analytics & Business Intelligence
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    Report 04.18.2018

    An ever more Mobile customer journey: ready for the next level?

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    The relevance that Mobile technology is gaining in the relationship between company and consumer is apparent from these elements: high number of Mobile Surfers and the specificities of their online behavior; the pervasive impact of Mobile technology in all sectors and all stages of the purchasing process; the channel’s continuous technological evolutions (such as augmented reality, biometrics, voice recognition, ultra-broadband connectivity, etc.), enabling services and customer experiences that would not be possible through other points of contact. These points clearly show companies the urgency of questioning themselves on which opportunities should be leveraged, and of developing an appropriate channel strategy.
    Observatory Mobile B2c Strategy
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    Report 04.13.2018

    New Ways of Working: Taking Stock of Smart Working in Europe

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    Smart Working is a topic of interest not just in Italy, but internationally. Looking beyond Italian borders, we see that the concept is present, albeit with different names, characteristics and levels of maturity in many European countries. Indeed, the European Parliament “supports smart working” (Resolution of 13 September 2016, General Principle no. 48). The most pioneering countries in Europe in the field of Smart Working include Great Britain, the Netherlands and Belgium, with examples of Smart Working initiatives in both the private and public sectors.
    Observatory Smart Working
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    Report 03.28.2018

    Retail of the future, between tradition and innovation

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    Digital innovation is bringing profound changes to traditional Retail, and the industry needs to come up with a plan to transform the relationship between business and consumers in an omnichannel context.
    Observatory Digital Innovation in Retail
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    Report 03.16.2018

    Which Kind of Design Thinking is right for you?

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    Design Thinking is rapidly diffusing. As a consequence, different interpretations of the same paradigm are emerging. Would you discover the kind of Design Thinking that is right for you?
    Observatory Design Thinking for Business
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    Report 02.27.2018

    Smart Working: below the tip of the iceberg

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    During 2017 the law on Smart Working was approved and more and more companies are experimenting with Smart Working, among the public sector and SME sas well, although in a different shape and form than in large businesses.
    Observatory Smart Working
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    Report 01.22.2018

    Building an organisation for the future starting from people: the role of the HR Department in digital transformation

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    Digital transformation is entering into every area of people’s lives, changing how we live, learn, work and interact. It is a proper revolution, where digital innovation is calling the shots, changing the rules of the workplace and provoking an increasingly burning debate about their medium-long term implications for employment. The events taking place can be seen as a perfect storm, a driving force that is compelling organisations to innovate by putting practices and processes into discussion. The function of the HR Director is evolving within this landscape, taking on the increasingly important role of enabling the development and sourcing of key skills for organisations (digital or not) and of guiding the process of change.
    Observatory HR Innovation Practice
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    Report 01.16.2018

    B2C e-commerce market in Italy: we need vison, courage and perseverance!

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    B2C e-commerce is gradually taking on a more relevant role and its scope is becoming less restricted and circumscribed. This is increasingly the case in the Italian market, even though B2C e-commerce in this country has yet to reach a level of maturity that exists in other more developed markets abroad. In 2017, the Italian e-commerce demand grew by 17%, the number of web shoppers went up by 10% and its share of overall retail purchases now stands at 5.7%.
    Observatory eCommerce B2c
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    Report 01.16.2018

    Augmented & Virtual Reality: Industrial Perspectives

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    Industry 4.0 is transforming the manufacturing/industrial sector on the global economic stage. Among the digital technologies that characterise this transformation, Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality are particularly relevant examples. These technologies have been applied in various environments and contexts for some years now, and have recently started to reveal their potential for the industrial world.
    Observatory Industry 4.0
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    Report 11.28.2017

    Digital B2b: the basis for a digital italy

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    Compared to 2015, 20% of companies are using digital instruments for B2B business in Italy, with numbers more than doubling in the five years between 2011 and 2016, from 50 thousand up to 120 thousand. Over half of the large companies (with at least 250 employees) and over one quarter of SMEs (with between 10 and 249 employees) use B2B e-commerce tools, for a value of about 310 billion euros in 2016 on a total of business transactions worth 2.2 trillion euros.
    Observatory Electronic Invoicing & B2b E-Commerce
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    Report 11.03.2017

    Healthcare - trying to keep up with digital citizens

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    Digital healthcare has finally become a priority for Government, the Ministry of Health and the Regions. However, the implementation time of national and regional initiatives appears much too long and the risk is that they are not in line with the high speed and dynamicity at which patients and citizens’ needs are evolving. To avoid squandering the limited resources available it is necessary to act urgently, promoting the spread of digital solutions and services that take into consideration the actual requirements of doctors and patients and fully leverage the opportunities offered by available technologies.
    Observatory Digital Innovation in Health Care
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    Report 10.30.2017

    Internet Media: it's time to measure up!

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    The advertising segment is worth 2.36 billion euros and is driving the Internet Media market, which grew by 11% in 2016. Internet Advertising is up against a challenge of its own. To take a leap in quality and attract more money, it must be prepared to parade its efficiency.
    Observatory Internet Media
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