The involvement of new emerging economies within global production chains has made it necessary to identify alternative markets on which to concentrate the creation of new promotional tools and strategies for Italy’s internationalization.
The breakneck development of the Internet of Things brings within it ever-greater vulnerability for companies, requiring more meticulous management of sensitive data and enhanced information risk management. Who is liable in the event of damages? Who designed the system? Who maintains it? And, finally, who authorized its use, thus assuming responsibility for any ensuing risk?
According to studies presented at the SAP Executive Summit, 86% of Chief Executives consider digital transformation a necessity, but only 54% think they should have a front-line role in its planning and implementation.
More the companies are structured and large, the more they find it hard to speed up, as opposed to those with less linear features. We must therefore resort to “tricks”. We will review the major ones, among those suggested by Marco Grazioli, President of The European House – Ambrosetti and expert on business dynamics.
Just days after the publication of the “2017 OECD Economics Survey of Italy”, the viewpoint of Catherine L. Mann, OECD Chief Economist and Head of the Economics Department, on what strategies need to be implemented to overcome the three main challenges and improve the timid positive trend of the Italian economy.