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Appropriate maps for new journeys

An Atlas designed as a means of exploring innovative pathways between business and work

 

Having safe and reliable maps is one of the basic principles of any good journey. This applies to companies too.For the company that becomes a business and that ventures in a complex and global, fast and multiform system such as the one in which production organisations currently do business, having good guidelines can change their destiny and growth perspectives. And maps are also necessary for work. Maps that work like orientation for everyone.

“Atlante lavoro. Un modello a supporto delle politiche dell’occupazione e dell’apprendimento permanente” (Work atlas. A model to support employment policies and lifelong learning) is a good read to understand more about

the principles and methods used for the preparation of the model work Atlas put together by Inapp, i.e. the National Institute for the Analysis of Public Policies, that performs the analysis, monitoring and assessment of employment policies and work services, education and training policies, social policies and all those public policies that affect the labour market. The research written by Riccardo Mazzarella, Francesco Mallardi and Rita Porcelli is important to read because the Inapp Atlas is one of the most popular and widely used maps also in the institutional sphere to sort and clarify the situation of the labour market in Italy, its conditions and its prospects. The authors explain that the Atlas “is a model of universal representation of the contents of the work based on the description of activities that are commonly performed in working environments”. An Atlas as a base map, therefore, whose original model has subsequently been supplemented with the aim of gathering information from the world of education and of helping policies in the field of lifelong learning as well as active employment policies.

The authors then describe how the Atlas was built and how it should be implemented (the complete Atlas is available from the http://atlantelavoro.inapp.org/ website), but most of all, the final part of the research illustrates the possible uses of the Atlas as a model for research and a technical tool in practice and in the services of the employment-education system and most of all in lifelong learning.

So, from a map used as a simple guide to avoid taking the wrong turn, the work Atlas thus becomes a tool for building and travelling along unusual roads. Yet another piece of the puzzle towards an increasingly complete and significant corporate culture.

Atlante lavoro Un modello a supporto delle politiche dell’occupazione e dell’apprendimento permanente (Work atlas. A model to support employment policies and lifelong learning)

Riccardo Mazzarella, Francesco Mallardi, Rita Porcelli

SINAPPSI – Connections between research and public policies | Year VII | No. 2-3/2017 | Four-monthly Inapp magazine

An Atlas designed as a means of exploring innovative pathways between business and work

 

Having safe and reliable maps is one of the basic principles of any good journey. This applies to companies too.For the company that becomes a business and that ventures in a complex and global, fast and multiform system such as the one in which production organisations currently do business, having good guidelines can change their destiny and growth perspectives. And maps are also necessary for work. Maps that work like orientation for everyone.

“Atlante lavoro. Un modello a supporto delle politiche dell’occupazione e dell’apprendimento permanente” (Work atlas. A model to support employment policies and lifelong learning) is a good read to understand more about

the principles and methods used for the preparation of the model work Atlas put together by Inapp, i.e. the National Institute for the Analysis of Public Policies, that performs the analysis, monitoring and assessment of employment policies and work services, education and training policies, social policies and all those public policies that affect the labour market. The research written by Riccardo Mazzarella, Francesco Mallardi and Rita Porcelli is important to read because the Inapp Atlas is one of the most popular and widely used maps also in the institutional sphere to sort and clarify the situation of the labour market in Italy, its conditions and its prospects. The authors explain that the Atlas “is a model of universal representation of the contents of the work based on the description of activities that are commonly performed in working environments”. An Atlas as a base map, therefore, whose original model has subsequently been supplemented with the aim of gathering information from the world of education and of helping policies in the field of lifelong learning as well as active employment policies.

The authors then describe how the Atlas was built and how it should be implemented (the complete Atlas is available from the http://atlantelavoro.inapp.org/ website), but most of all, the final part of the research illustrates the possible uses of the Atlas as a model for research and a technical tool in practice and in the services of the employment-education system and most of all in lifelong learning.

So, from a map used as a simple guide to avoid taking the wrong turn, the work Atlas thus becomes a tool for building and travelling along unusual roads. Yet another piece of the puzzle towards an increasingly complete and significant corporate culture.

Atlante lavoro Un modello a supporto delle politiche dell’occupazione e dell’apprendimento permanente (Work atlas. A model to support employment policies and lifelong learning)

Riccardo Mazzarella, Francesco Mallardi, Rita Porcelli

SINAPPSI – Connections between research and public policies | Year VII | No. 2-3/2017 | Four-monthly Inapp magazine