Storytelling e problemi: dipende da come raccontiamo la storia

Storytelling, overused word, but … We can solve the problems just how we picture them in our storytelling. If  we tell them catastrophically, for sure we will not solve the problems. On the contrary, taking note of the problems, we tell the stories of those who put their souls in dealing with them every day, achieving results, we will strengthen the many women and men who are changing the world.

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I tried to convey in the Storify below the richness of what I have experienced and learned from this conference. But one thing I brought as concrete result: the strength and expertise of many, especially young people and women, who, despite the difficulties of our country are able to generate income and wealth for Italy.

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The Most Productive People Know Who to Ignore

Prioritizing is easy. Triaging is hard.

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Our time and attention are finite resources, and once we reach a certain level of responsibility in our professional lives, we can never fulfill all the demands we face no matter how long and hard we work. The line of people who want to see us stretches out the door and into the street. Our to-do lists run to the floor. Our inboxes are never empty.

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How to Tell a Great Story

It’s a skill every leader needs to master.

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In our information-saturated age, business leaders “won’t be heard unless they’re telling stories,” says Nick Morgan, author of Power Cues and president and founder of Public Words, a communications consulting firm. “Facts and figures and all the rational things that we think are important in the business world actually don’t stick in our minds at all,” he says. But stories create “sticky” memories by attaching emotions to things that happen. That means leaders who can create and share good stories have a powerful advantage over others. And fortunately, everyone has the ability to become a better storyteller.

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How the Internet of Things Changes Business Models

Value creation is no longer one-and-done.

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Thanks to over-the-air updates, new features and functionality can be pushed to the customer on a regular basis. The ability to track products in use makes it possible to respond to customer behavior. And of course, products can now be connected with other products, leading to new analytics and new services for more effective forecasting, process optimization, and customer service experiences

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