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Project Management Update from Milan

REPORT

Eni strengthens cooperation with Sonangol; Millennials and cars; Enel Green Power; Generali Italia launches Big Data Training; Unicredit Start Lab; Telecom Italia first in R&D

By Luca Cavone

International Correspondent

Milan, Italy


INTRODUCTION

In this report, ideally at the crossroads between the year just ended and 2016, I decided to give a different point of from the usual, still perfectly fitting this sense of transition.

I focused my attention about the key Italian companies to understand what are the projects being launched recently and leading a significant impact for the future, not only in terms of business for them but also for the society we live in and especially young people.

In order to provide a broader and varied perspective, the report will be describe the projects of the main companies for each industry. In particular, I will refer to: Automotive, Banking, Energy, Insurance, Oil & Gas, and Telco.

More in details some of the key topics will cover R&D, Cooperation with Universities, training programs, renewable energies, Big Data and more.

I take the change to renew my best wishes for a prosperous 2016 full of success in your personal and professional projects!!!

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About the Author 

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Milan, Italy

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Luca Cavone is a Consultant at JMAC Europe, the Consulting firm of the Japan Management Association. He is mainly focused to support companies in the governance of innovation projects and product development. He has a strong background and expertise in project management methodologies and business practices.

Before joining JMAC he had several years of experience in international projects within the aerospace industry. Together with the consulting activities he’s involved as a lecturer for masters and university courses on project management and innovation management. Since 2014 he’s Adjunct Professor in “Language and Communication Skills for Project Management“ in the Master’s in International Business & Economics degree program at the University of Pavia.

Since 2009 he has been member of the IPMA (International Project Management Association), for which he has held board positions both a national and international level. He’s regularly invited at international conferences to deliver speeches and workshops.

Luca joined the PMWJ in 2013 as an international correspondent in Italy; he can be contacted at [email protected].

To view other works by Luca Cavone, visit the PM World Library at http://pmworldlibrary.net/authors/luca-cavone/