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    Infographics 10.30.2018

    Smart Working: keep this revolution going

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    How many are the Smart Workers in Italy and what motivates them? What benefits and criticalities do they come across? What is status of the spread of Smart Working in Italy and what effects have recent legislative provisions caused? What are the characteristics of the implemented Smart Working initiatives? The infographic addresses these and other questions, comparing large enterprises, Public Sector, and SMBs.
    Observatory Smart Working
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    Infographics 05.16.2018

    People 4.0: staying ahead to avoid falling behind

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    The world is changing. New technology trends such as Artificial Intelligence and Analytics have an increasing impact on the business world and on people’s daily life. Is the HR department ready to face these challenges? What is it doing to support the organization in facing the digital transformation? Is it rethinking its competences and people development and management processes to make them adequate to the changes introduced by digital technology?
    Observatory HR Innovation Practice
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    Infographics 01.15.2018

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

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    The HR Department has a leading part to play in supporting organisations in the changes needed for the process of digital transformation, and to do so, the skills and the processes typical of the department must be adapted.
    Observatory HR Innovation Practice
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    Infographics 11.27.2017

    Smart Working: below the tip of the iceberg

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    Smart Working became a reality in Italy in 2017. The Italian law on smart working (known as the “Legge Agile”) was approved, debate is raging on the topic and trials are continuing in large companies. While 36% of these have launched formal projects, there are very few cases where these initiatives have led to a general overhaul of how work is organised. Interest among SMEs is growing, but here the initiatives are mainly of an informal kind. Among public authorities, only 5% have activated formal projects, while smart working is practiced informally in another 4%. Despite this limited application, there is considerable excitement around the topic, with interest expressed in 48% of them. Across the country, many more employees can make autonomous decisions about their working life, in terms of place, working hours and tools. There are now 305,000 smart workers.
    Observatory Smart Working
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    Infographics 12.21.2016

    (Smart) Work in progress!

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    2016 has been a turning point for Smart Working in Italy. The expansion of initiatives is especially growing within larger companies, while the number of Smart Workers also increases, potentially to 23% of the workforce.
    Observatory Smart Working
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    Infographics 11.29.2016

    HR Business Enabler: data, technologies and skills to leverage human resources

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    One of the main, high priority challenges that HR professionals must face in 2016 is managing company reorganizations, reported by over half of the interviewed sample (52%), followed by the need to increase worker motivation and satisfaction (39%), by searching for new roles and skills (34%), and employer branding and new talents attraction (34%). Also growing, compared to last year, is the need to organize Smart Working initiatives focused on revising work models: 1 HR management office out of 3 considers this theme highly relevant.
    Observatory HR Innovation Practice
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    Infographics 10.20.2015

    Smart Working: the showdown

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    Smart Working means thinking about work from a different, clever angle. It questions the traditional links with working times and locations and gives people a greater say in defining their working conditions, while at the same time making them more responsible for the outcome. Autonomy and flexibility, and giving people responsibility and trust are the bywords for this new approach to work.
    Observatory Smart Working
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    Infographics 10.06.2015

    Mobile Enterprise: even Business becomes Smart

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    Large companies, SMEs and public authorities that make use of mobile solutions to support their business processes benefit greatly in terms of efficiency and effectiveness, with savings in productivity for staff working with mobile devices of around 10 billion Euros in 2015.
    Observatory Smart Working
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    Infographics 05.27.2015

    HR Digital Leadership: new skills and professionalism to ride the Digital Transformation

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    Organisations search for people with the digital capabilities needed to transform their businesses from a digital perspective. The professional figures most in demand are the eCRM & Profiling Manager, the Digital Marketing Manager and the Chief Innovation Office, while the Chief Digital Officer is the most difficult to find on the market. Soft skills are also re-examined in a digital key.
    Observatory HR Innovation Practice
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