Category : Human Resources Innovation

Human Resources Innovation

Smart Working in Italy: the glass is half full!

In talking about Smart Working it’s interesting to compare Italian data with that of other Countries. In doing so it’s necessary to consider that by Smart Working we don’t simply mean greater flexibility in choosing time and place of work or, worse, just another way of defining tele-work, but a much broader and deeper change of the organization. We define it as a new management philosophy based on compensating people with flexibility and independence in choosing which spaces, time, and instruments to use in exchange for greater accountability on results. Making a comparison is, therefore, not easy. However, we can work on some considerations based on recently published studies conducted at European level.

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