Ideas in motion

There are some essential ideas driving our work: the willingness to act internationally, which doesn’t simply refer to competitiveness, but also to the exchange of models and best practices; a strong propensity to innovation and research; a focus on training, communication activities, etc..

Enhancing Italian project planning

Globalization is an irreversible process. In an international context which gradually becomes more and more competitive, Europe has an obligation to complete its path towards political, along with economic, integration. In this sense Italy can play an important role thanks to its long-standing experience acquired as a founder Member. In the European context, as well as worldwide, both Italian institutions and companies can be major players in internationalization and cooperation projects, enhancing the best practices developed in recent years, relying on the high quality of Made in Italy. Expert for Europe has the proper know-how and skills to support them to face this challenge.

Managing knowledge

In 1990, in his book "The Fifth Discipline" Peter Senge,wrote: " From a very early age, we are taught to break apart problems, to fragment the world. This apparently makes complex tasks and subjects more manageable, but we pay a hidden, enormous price. We can no longer see the consequences of our actions; we lose our intrinsic sense of connection to a larger whole.”When we then try to "see the big picture," we try to reassemble the fragments in our minds”.

The network is made of people

Along with the great attention paid to economic phenomena and to the acceleration of technological innovation, we are getting more and more convinced that a network is not made ​​ of servers or nodes, but of >people; that organizations and companies, in the end, apart from being means of production of goods and services, are made of individuals, talents, relationships and interactions which determine their efficiency.

Even the market is made up of people, and the relations involved are made of conversations, as the authors of the Cluetrain Manifesto wrote in 2000; someone even talk about Renaissance 2.0.