Interview to Cristina Spagna – From “La Repubblica Affari&Finanza”
According to a research carried out by Centro Formazione Management del Terziario established in 1994 on the initiative of ManagerItalia and Confcommercio, Italy is to expect a rise in the number of upskilled managers by 2020.
The report underlines that the growing need for managers will be driven by the greatly complex digital organization and by the creation of new businesses. While it rings as definitely good news to the ears of current and would-be managers, it does not mean one can afford to passively watch success go past. As a matter of fact, market outlets will open up solely for professionals meeting three chief requirements: relational and negotiating skills, vision and intuition, sharing and transfer of know-how. Therefore, although digitalization paves the way to new skills, eventually only the most flexible managers will make headways.