Adaptive Business Model L Olivetti Dopo Adriano Una Storia Italiana Di Resilienza E Un Modello Per Le Startup

Autore: Mario Citelli
Editore: goWare
ISBN: 8867976273
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Adriano Olivetti è scomparso nel 1960, ma il suo mito di imprenditore illuminato sopravvive tanto da essere stato, e continuare a essere, il protagonista di diverse fiction e innumerevoli libri e saggi. Nessuno di questi però ricorda come i germi innovativi introdotti da lui nell’azienda gli siano sopravvissuti, raccolti dal management e da nuovi investitori, che li hanno utilizzati sino a realizzare un enorme successo internazionale nel mercato dell’Information Technology degli anni ’80 e ’90. I due autori, che hanno vissuto da protagonisti questa esperienza, raccontano con lucidità, passione e obiettività questa storia di eccellenza italiana e di continuità imprenditoriale. Una testimonianza di immenso valore e di grande attualità. Fatte in vista del secondo millennio, le esperienze di Adaptive Business Model di Olivetti possono rappresentare un’ottima base per le nuove iniziative d’impresa e un incentivo al cambiamento del nostro ecosistema economico e sociale.

Urban Hyper Metabolism

Autore: M. Carta
ISBN: 9788854886544
Grandezza: 56,80 MB
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The Third Way

Autore: Anthony Giddens
Editore: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0745666604
Grandezza: 13,60 MB
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The idea of finding a 'third way' in politics has been widely discussed over recent months - not only in the UK, but in the US, Continental Europe and Latin America. But what is the third way? Supporters of the notion haven't been able to agree, and critics deny the possibility altogether. Anthony Giddens shows that developing a third way is not only a possibility but a necessity in modern politics.

Cultural Mobility

Autore: Stephen Greenblatt
Editore: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521863562
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Cultural Mobility offers a model for understanding the patterns of meaning that human societies create. It has emerged under the very distinguished editorial guidance of Stephen Greenblatt and represents a new way of thinking about culture and cultures with which scholars in many disciplines will need to engage.

The Great Good Place

Autore: Ray Oldenburg Ph.D.
Editore: Da Capo Press
ISBN: 0786752416
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The Great Good Place argues that "third places" - where people can gather, put aside the concerns of work and home, and hang out simply for the pleasures of good company and lively conversation - are the heart of a community's social vitality and the grassroots of democracy.

The Solution Revolution

Autore: William D. Eggers
Editore: Harvard Business Press
ISBN: 1422192202
Grandezza: 72,80 MB
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Government Alone Can’t Solve Society’s Biggest Problems World hunger. Climate change. Crumbling infrastructure. It’s clear that in today’s era of fiscal constraints and political gridlock, we can no longer turn to government alone to tackle these and other towering social problems. What’s required is a new, more collaborative and productive economic system. The Solution Revolution brings hope—revealing just such a burgeoning new economy where players from across the spectrum of business, government, philanthropy, and social enterprise converge to solve big problems and create public value. By erasing public-private sector boundaries, the solution economy is unlocking trillions of dollars in social benefit and commercial value. Where tough societal problems persist, new problem solvers are crowdfunding, ridesharing, app-developing, or impact-investing to design innovative new solutions for seemingly intractable problems. Providing low-cost health care, fighting poverty, creating renewable energy, and preventing obesity are just a few of the tough challenges that also represent tremendous opportunities for those at the vanguard of this movement. They create markets for social good and trade solutions instead of dollars to fill the gap between what government can provide and what citizens need. So what drives the solution economy? Who are these new players and how are their roles changing? How can we grow the movement? And how can we participate? Deloitte’s William D. Eggers and Paul Macmillan answer these questions and more, and they introduce us to the people and organizations driving the revolution—from edgy social enterprises growing at a clip of 15 percent a year, to megafoundations, to Fortune 500 companies delivering social good on the path to profit. Recyclebank, RelayRides, and LivingGoods are just a few of the innovative organizations you’ll read about in this book. Government cannot handle alone the huge challenges facing our global society—and it shouldn’t. We need a different economic paradigm that can flexibly draw on resources, combine efforts, and create value, while improving the lives of citizens. The Solution Revolution shows the way.

Bioethics And Biolaw Through Literature

Autore: Daniela Carpi
Editore: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110252856
Grandezza: 11,94 MB
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In recent years, the well-established field of human anthropology has been put under scrutiny by the new data offered by science and technology. Scientific intervention into human life through organ transplants, euthanasia, genetic engineering, experiments connected to the genetic code and the genome, and varied other biotechnologies have placed ethical beliefs into question and created ethical dilemmas. These scientific inventions influence our views on birth and death, on the construction of the body and its technical reproducibility, and have problematized the concept of the human persona. The purpose of bioethics, the science of life, is to find new values and norms which will be valid for a multicultural society. Bioethics is, today, a well-respected topic of research that has brought together philosophers and experts to discuss the limits of science and medicine. The aim of this book is to merge the two fields of bioethics and law (or biolaw) through the literary text, by taking into consideration the transformations of the concept of persona at which we have nowadays arrived. The new meaning of the term ‘persona’ represents in fact the final point of a long-standing quest for man's sense of his own being and human dignity, and of his capacity to live in social interrelations. The volume presents a wide range of perspectives, comprising methodological approaches, legal and literary aspects.

Domestication Of Media And Technology

Autore: Thomas Berker
Editore: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
ISBN: 0335224253
Grandezza: 71,32 MB
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This text provides an overview of a key concept in media and technology studies, that is domestication. It includes theories around domestication, that shed light upon the process, in which a technology changes its status, from outrageous novelty to an aspect of everyday life, which is taken for granted.

Mister Cleghorn S Seal

Autore: Judith Kerr
Editore: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 0008157324
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An exquisite new story to delight readers young and old, from a much-loved writer and illustrator.

The Digital Enterprise

Autore: Nicholas G. Carr
Editore: Harvard Business Press
ISBN: 9781578515585
Grandezza: 11,18 MB
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With this bold collection of cutting-edge "Harvard Business Review" articles, the magazine's executive editor explores the fundamental changes that are happening in business as a result of the Internet, digital communications, and ubiquitous connectivity.