Presented the project that Manageritalia Trentino-Alto Adige has developed with the University of Trento to make young people experience the world of work through exchanges and projects with managers. “We are growing in our territory – said Franco Tomasi, president of Manageritalia Trentino-Alto Adige, opening the public part of the Assembly – despite the difficult moment both as a managerial presence and as an economy. We want to grow by reiterating that the changes underway require us to have a new organization of work, greater management, more inclusion of young people and women. For years we have been working as an organization and with our associated managers at all levels to change the job and its organization. Today we reiterate even more that we need competence, dedication, innovation and inclusion and, to glue everything, a right balance, even synergistic, between work and private life. Working 365 days a year 24/7 is not very productive in every sense “. Roberto Failoni, Councilor for crafts, commerce, promotion, sport and tourism of the province of Trento was a guest at the Assembly, held this morning at the Grand Hotel in Trento in the presence of about forty associated managers and some young people. of Manageritalia with the University of Trento to better orient young people to their future work is very interesting and useful also for the territory. You are a beautiful reality with many objectives also in favor of the territory. In the province and region we need more and more managers and a modern and driving service sector, and you are decisive in this. “In the public part, Ornella Pippa, manager associated with Manageritalia and coordinator of the Conoscenza project, retraced the experience she saw , from March to today, some managers and almost 100 students interact within the format “Young people and work: being a manager today” dedicated to the students of the Master’s Degree in Management of the Department of Economics and Management of the University of Trento. It was a day of meetings at the University with various managers who shared with the young people some aspects, functions and skills that are essential for the functioning of a company and the role of managers. At the end of the whole, a series of meetings that saw young people and managers simulate a job interview. A dozen of the many young people who took part in the project were also present. Andrea Sartor, one of the students of the Master’s Degree in Management of the Department of Economics and Management of the University of Trento who participated in the project, spoke on behalf of all, making alive the enthusiasm and the desire to do these young people and recognizing in the experience made something previously unimaginable and extraordinary. “It is wonderful – he said – to hear and experience what a manager does and how a company and the world of work is organized. Even more simulating the solution of business cases and dealing with this with managers who do it every day in the company. The simulation of a job interview was also very useful, he said. In these days I have done and learned aspects and things unknown until now “. In Trentino Alto-Adige (according to the latest official INPS data available) private executives increased by 0.8% in 2020, the first year of the pandemic, and by 0.3% from 2008 to 2020. period that started to grow again. There are now 1,460 in total, with 10% of women. In particular, we have 671 managers in Trento and 789 in Bolzano with women at 12% in the first case and 8% in the second. The Manageritalia data at the end of 2021 and in the first months of 2022 are stable in the region and even slightly growing, confirming the resilience of the economic fabric and the increasing trend of managerial skills and more structured companies.
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