Are the methodologies used to construct the leading international rankings of attractiveness and competitiveness of the countries and their economies always reliable and correct?
This was the topic of discussion during a round table in which the Global Attractiveness Index was presented, an innovative index developed by The European House – Ambrosetti in collaboration with three multinationals (ABB, Unilever and Toyota Material Handling).
Monica Lazzarotto, Director of Youmark!, summed up the round table of Babylon III with Gianfranco Piccolo – Principal Expert and Paolo Borzatta – Senior Partner of The European House – Ambrosetti, also launching the theme of the next Babylon, which will look straight to the future by talking about communication 2024.
It’s hard to manage people and projects but according to Marco Grazioli, The European House – Ambrosetti’s President, in order to reach perfection, no complex formula is required at all: we just have to get back to fundamentals.
Millenials have been described as a demographic bomb in the workforce, as genetically unfaithful: Paul Herrick, Managing Director Human Resources EMEA, Burson Marsteller, shares also the bright side of this generation.