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Learning “in agile fashion”

A book written in collaboration by authors from industry and academia takes a snapshot of the know-how present in production organisations and describes its essential characteristics

  

Learning how to learn, and doing so “in agile fashion” – that is, with flexibility, resilience, ability to adapt. Advice that is already frequently found in projects dedicated to corporate relaunch. Advice that is commendable in theory, but rather complex to put into practice. This is why reading – and applying – Learning Agility 4.0. Eco sistemi e trasformazione culturale (Learning Agility 4.0. Ecosystems and cultural transformation), comes in useful; a collaborative work that explores the whole wide range of topics concerning also corporate transformation, a phenomenon that, as the book’s sub-title clearly highlights, actually entails a cultural transformation.

The authors include Donatella Pinto (Consultancy & Education Business Leader of Comau), Giuseppe Scaratti (Visiting professor at the Università Cattolica of Milan and full professor at the University of Bergamo), Ezio Fregnan (Comau Academy and Education Business director).

The aim of this research, notable for being a collaborative outcome from industry and academia, is to describe the transformations that are characterising the “work culture” of our current society, identifying the factors that, in future, will steer the search for new professional roles and the development of innovative training projects. What makes this work different is the source of its data, which originates from Comau’s professional network, as well as its Academy’s educational activities and academic research.

According to this study, seven skills are essential in order to become workers and citizens of the future, equipped to face the many changes that are affecting our society. Each skill focuses on the centrality of human agency within a context that is increasingly influenced by the use of modern technologies. These essential skills include creativity, agile thought, knowing how to work as part of a team, with passion and in touch with technological innovation, applying interdisciplinary knowledge that blends both so-called hard and soft skills.

Hence, reading Learning Agility 4.0., can benefit many of us and especially anyone involved with a professional and production environment in constant evolution demanding a response that does not solely rely on pure technical knowledge.

Learning Agility 4.0. Ecosistemi e trasformazione culturale (Learning Agility 4.0. Ecosystems and cultural transformation)

Various authors.

curated by Comau with the Università Cattolica of Milan

Pearson, 2021