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Growing together

Networking and teamwork are two of the conceptual catchphrases which periodically emerge when talking about corporate growth, development of markets, increased production and so on. Concepts that are real, rightful and appropriate yet which come up against the reality of most firms in Italy and a corporate culture often still tied to different patterns.

It is however necessary to get over this hurdle, possibly also with the sort of visionary guides and etiquette handbooks which at least clear the field of incorrect information.

Reti di impresa [“Corporate Networks”], a work by Alberto Bubbio, Enzo Rullani, Luca Agostoni, Rosario Cavallaro, Dario Gulino and Massimo Solbiati, is useful in this respect and constitutes a sort of “manual” about corporate networks as a guide to understanding the strategic importance of these organisational solutions.

The basic concept is that the network of companies appears as a potential driving force for a return to growth in an industrial fabric such as the one in Italy. Through the various contributions presented in this book an attempt is made to grasp the strategic importance of the concept of network and to suggest some possible instrumental and process solutions which allow an increased likelihood that, once set up, it succeeds in functioning effectively. Featuring a real “contract”, the network of companies, according to the authors, allows them to present themselves with a supply range able to compete with that offered by foreign companies, generally larger in size than Italian ones. Designed for small firms, the network should also allow room for the individuality of Italian entrepreneurship and, the authors, write, allow for an increase in size while remaining small scale.

The book therefore examines all the information required, from the actual concept of network to the changes brought about by the contract which provides its basic rules, from the need to share the same “strategic pattern” to some possible management tools.

Reti di impresa is therefore to be read and, above all, put into practice, starting, once again, from a cultural leap which has now become vital.

Reti di impresa

Alberto Bubbio, Enzo Rullani, Luca Agostoni, Rosario Cavallaro, Dario Gulino, Massimo Solbiati

Ipsoa, June 2013

Networking and teamwork are two of the conceptual catchphrases which periodically emerge when talking about corporate growth, development of markets, increased production and so on. Concepts that are real, rightful and appropriate yet which come up against the reality of most firms in Italy and a corporate culture often still tied to different patterns.

It is however necessary to get over this hurdle, possibly also with the sort of visionary guides and etiquette handbooks which at least clear the field of incorrect information.

Reti di impresa [“Corporate Networks”], a work by Alberto Bubbio, Enzo Rullani, Luca Agostoni, Rosario Cavallaro, Dario Gulino and Massimo Solbiati, is useful in this respect and constitutes a sort of “manual” about corporate networks as a guide to understanding the strategic importance of these organisational solutions.

The basic concept is that the network of companies appears as a potential driving force for a return to growth in an industrial fabric such as the one in Italy. Through the various contributions presented in this book an attempt is made to grasp the strategic importance of the concept of network and to suggest some possible instrumental and process solutions which allow an increased likelihood that, once set up, it succeeds in functioning effectively. Featuring a real “contract”, the network of companies, according to the authors, allows them to present themselves with a supply range able to compete with that offered by foreign companies, generally larger in size than Italian ones. Designed for small firms, the network should also allow room for the individuality of Italian entrepreneurship and, the authors, write, allow for an increase in size while remaining small scale.

The book therefore examines all the information required, from the actual concept of network to the changes brought about by the contract which provides its basic rules, from the need to share the same “strategic pattern” to some possible management tools.

Reti di impresa is therefore to be read and, above all, put into practice, starting, once again, from a cultural leap which has now become vital.

Reti di impresa

Alberto Bubbio, Enzo Rullani, Luca Agostoni, Rosario Cavallaro, Dario Gulino, Massimo Solbiati

Ipsoa, June 2013