Change Management 7 results

Canteens Befriend Wellbeing

How do people eat in corporate canteens? In the past year we have seen a progressive reorganization of the restaurant industry, which has always adopted the duty to promote correct nutrition, together with food.

Escape from Corruption

The private sector plays a pivotal role in fighting corruption worldwide. Transparency International’s Global Corruption Report 2009 documents the many corruption risks for businesses, ranging from small entrepreneurs in Sub-Saharan Africa to multinationals from Europe and North America

Take Benefit Out of the Crisis

All the companies have been hit by the global economic crisis; including the ones we know as the best workplaces. However they seem to take advantage out of the crisis as an opportunity to build strong cultures in difficult times. The global economic crisis has hit practically all companies – some way or the other. This dramatic change in the market conditions and in particular the paralysis of the financial market has led to a situation, where most companies have been forced to ...

All the President’s Men

The change promised by Barack Obama for the US’ future starts from the choice of the people in his team. A mix of political rivals, veterans and, young people. A wired team for a pragmatic approach based on talent, experience and renewal. Barack H. Obama’s administration well represents the America that is comprised of women, men, African-Americans, Asians, Hispanics and other cultures. It is an excellent team as the President has stressed and is made up of people with the best ...

From Technicalities to Hydrobiology

A second new life inspired by a trip to a Norwegian island and a true passion for biology. A courageous path that led Marta Demarteau, a 33-year-old Dutch woman, to move from her job as a technical writer to become a hydrobiologist.

From the Mile High to the Textile

Yuko is a young 40-year-old woman. She’s married with two kids. She arrives at the meeting dressed in a green kimono (the traditional Japanese garment) with cherry blossom prints in honor of the season.

Stefano Bartoli, the Timenaut of the Lagoon

Yuko is a young 40-year-old woman. She’s married with two kids. She arrives at the meeting dressed in a green kimono (the traditional Japanese garment) with cherry blossom prints in honor of the season.