How can you overcome the gap between theory and practise, talking about smart working? Lombardini 22, together with DEGW, has organized the event “Smart working: detto, fatto” in its headquarters in Milan the next 30th June. A chance to analyze and discover the essential processes and the area of intervention to put in practise the agile working in your own company.
A lot has been already said about smart working, underlining his cultural and economical benefits. On the other hand so few has been discussed so far about how to bring a company into the agile working era.
“Smart working: Detto, Fatto” (Smart working: no sooner said than done) will try to examine how and when to apply the new way of working through several examples of companies that are already testing it.
In the event, which will take place in Lombardini st. 22 on the 30th June at 6 p.m., will be highlighted the importance of the aligment among organizational cultures, HR Policy and Practices, Workspace and Technology. The starting point of a company, infact, doesn’t matter, what it’s important is the awareness of the opportunities given by a model that shift the core of the organizational process “from the control towards the motivation”.
Time is another smart working’s keyword: the free time management and the flexibility given by the agile working have implication over the time and the way of using the space and requires to rethink the relationship between employee and workplace.
Experts will attend the meeting, such as Alessandro Adamo, consultant and DEGW director, specialized in working environment planning, Matteo Barone, managing partner and manager of Methodos’s area employee engagement, and Michele Dalmazzoni, Cisco Italia’s collaboration country leader e business transformation.
Testo di Gabriele Masi.