This site is currently unavailable, we will be back Monday, July 13 with a completely redesigned site!

Publications

  • Icon
    Report 02.24.2020

    Electronic invoicing: a chance for change

    €190.00
    +vat
    Electronic invoicing presents a great opportunity for Italy: digitalize the industrial heart, starting with the relationships between business partners. However, this will only be possible if companies can start to recognize the benefits of this “forced digitalization” and if they understand how to extend it to other processes.
    Observatory Digital B2b
    Share:
    Buy
  • Icon
    Report 11.26.2019

    Welcome to the Supply Chain Finance collaborative arena

    FREE
    Collaborations between banks, technology providers, trade associations, logistics providers and fintech companies are multiplying, new technologies are spreading, such as Blockchain, Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence and the use of innovative solutions is gaining in strength. In Italy, Supply Chain Finance - the set of working capital financing solutions that can leverage the role of companies within the supply chain - is now a well-established ecosystem that involves many players, offers concrete opportunities for financing companies and is also becoming accessible to SMBs.
    Observatory Supply Chain Finance
    Share:
    Buy
  • Icon
    Report 07.10.2019

    The store of the future. The place to be!

    €190.00
    +vat
    Physical stores are no longer just a place providing physical access to products, but have become open spaces, integrated with other digital channels oriented not only to transactions but also to relationships.
    Observatory Digital Innovation in Retail
    Share:
    Buy
  • Icon
    Report 02.04.2019

    Smart Working: keep this revolution going

    €190.00
    +vat
    One year after approval of the law on Smart Working, the Report takes stock of the situation as regards the spread of Smart Working initiatives in private and public organisations in Italy. Research results and debates with the players involved are leveraged to conduct an in-depth examination on how Smart Working is changing the face of company facilities, its links with digital innovation, and the effects on productivity, people motivation, and satisfaction.
    Observatory Smart Working
    Share:
    Buy
  • Icon
    Report 09.12.2018

    People 4.0: staying ahead to avoid falling behind

    €190.00
    +vat
    HR Management is increasingly aware of the ongoing digital transformation and yet there is a frequent lack of structured strategies to sustain this change, strategies formulated by building on the business plan, in order to develop skills, roles and leadership styles (People Strategy). The road still seems long, and challenging times await HR Management over the next few years: to help people adapt to a professional world which is changing as fast as digital technology itself.
    Observatory HR Innovation Practice
    Share:
    Buy
  • Icon
    Report 07.16.2018

    Supply Chain Finance: towards new perspectives

    FREE
    Despite the economic upturn, Italy still has the dubious honour of having the largest potential market for Supply Chain Finance in Europe. How is the market (potential and served) for SCF solutions evolving in Italy and in Europe? What business models do the new startups in the sector use? How can new players, such as logistics service providers, find business opportunities in SCF? What is the evolutionary outlook for SCF, considering the impact of digital innovation?
    Observatory Supply Chain Finance
    Share:
    Buy
  • Icon
    Report 04.13.2018

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

    €110.00
    +vat
    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
    Share:
    Buy
  • Icon
    Report 03.28.2018

    Retail of the future, between tradition and innovation

    €190.00
    +vat
    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
    Share:
    Buy
  • Icon
    Report 02.27.2018

    Smart Working: below the tip of the iceberg

    €190.00
    +vat
    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
    Share:
    Buy
  • Icon
    Report 01.22.2018

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

    €190.00
    +vat
    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
    Share:
    Buy
  • Icon
    Report 11.28.2017

    Digital B2b: the basis for a digital italy

    €190.00
    +vat
    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 Digital B2b
    Share:
    Buy
  • Icon
    Report 09.22.2017

    Supply Chain Finance: tomorrow is already here!

    FREE
    The Italian context appears to be extremely attractive for the Supply Chain Finance market, especially due to the outstanding amount of working capital of Italian companies. However, some elements of investigation are necessary. Who are different actors that are entering this world? Which are their business models? Which are the costs and benefits of SCF solutions? How does a company choose the best solution for their suppliers? Which are the different sources of information that need to be taken into account when implementing a SCF solution?
    Observatory Supply Chain Finance
    Share:
    Buy
  • Icon
    Report 03.30.2017

    Smart Working in Italy

    €110.00
    +vat
    2016 has been a pivotal year for Smart Working in Italy: in addition to the growing spread and maturity of initiatives, there has been an increasingly expanding awareness also at institutional level and today we estimate approximately 250,000 Smart Workers.
    Observatory Smart Working
    Share:
    Buy
  • Icon
    Report 12.20.2016

    Digital Transformation: B2b… or not to be

    €110.00
    +vat
    The Digitalization of companies can bring multiple benefits, not only to single organizations, but to the entire Country System. B2b, namely the combination of intercompany processes supported by digital technologies that characterize the typical “client-supplier” relationship, represents the select scope to implement this process. Innovation possibilities are, in fact, plenty for businesses that, however, are still a long way from being real “digital organizations”.
    Observatory Digital B2b
    Share:
    Buy
  • Icon
    Report 12.02.2016

    Omnichannel Retail: an evolution path towards integrated use of physical and online channels

    €110.00
    +vat
    The report describes possible ways of getting to Omnichannel Retail by analysing 7 different innovation macro-areas and highlighting major change drivers and main barriers to the development of omnichannel projects.
    Observatory Digital Innovation in Retail
    Share:
    Buy
< Previous