Autore: Davide Zucchetti

Knowledge Manager HiSkill, Keynote Speaker Sole 24 Ore Business School, Marketing Management Consultant.
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Millenials VS Baby Boomers

Millennials and Out of the Box thinking as Conflict of Interest.

Millennials are a demographic that is on the rise, the generation that is gearing itself for leadership while the baby boomers retire. Unfortunately, these two generations are always at variance when it comes to work ethics and expectations.

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Market Driven Management

Uncovering the Essential Insight about Market Driven Management

When you are selling a product in the market, then it has to offer value to the customers. The biggest problem is that most of the people who have capital are more focused on building factories and do not pay any attention to marketing management. However, this is surely not the appropriate approach to secure your future in the professional world. The good news is that the things have now changed in the recent years and the attempt to acquire customer satisfaction is redefining the focus and the scope of business firms. Market-driven management now shapes the goals of most of the well-established firms.

Ovvero, le caratteristiche che accomunano molte persone normali rendendole capaci di compiere imprese straordinarie.

Nella mia attività di knowledge manager ho avuto modo di incontrare – grazie all’opera dei miei colleghi Upgrader – moltissimi imprenditori e, tra questi, un buon numero di veri e propri “campioni nascosti“.
Dato che questi manager/imprenditori straordinari – pur essendo ognuno diverso dall’altro – si mostravano (e comportavano) quasi sempre da persone normalissime, mi sono più volte soffermato a riflettere su quali caratteristiche potessero accomunarli e se, queste caratteristiche comuni, potessero avere avuto una qualche influenza sul loro successo professionale.
Le caratteristiche dei top manager della porta accanto: