Human capital and sustainable development
In collaboration with Foundation for Subsidiarity
Giancarlo Giorgetti, Minister for Economic Development; Luigi Gubitosi, CEO and General Manager of TIM; strong>Stefano Lucchini, Chief Institutional Affairs and External Communication Officer Intesa Sanpaolo; Luca Ruini, Chairman of Conai. Introduced by Giorgio Vittadini, President of the Foundation for Subsidiarity.
The shortage of people trained to carry out several types jobs, both new and old but ever changing, is one of the most important issues in the country’s recovery process. On the other hand, the contribution of human capital to economic growth is not only related to the amount of stored knowledge but also to personality features as openness to reality, the ability to collaborate with others, motivation and positivity. Particularly in difficult times, it is crucial to use of those personality features enhancing creativity, the power of initiative and the willingness to take risks.
This kind of people are the first resource to re-start from. By tha way, are people the ultimate criterion for social, environmental and economic sustainability. How?
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