The Impact of AI in Organizations: Consilium’s contribution to REDOPEN event

The Impact of AI in Organizations: Consilium’s contribution to REDOPEN event

Consilium took part in the event “How does the organization change with AI?” organized by REDOPEN at the University of Milano-Bicocca. It was the second meeting of the AI Digital Sonar project, supported by Haier Europe and Arlati Ghislandi, during which perspectives and challenges in the stable and responsible integration of AI in the organizational, production and communication flows of Italian companies were discussed. An example of how research and business can merge to promote responsible and informed adoption of artificial intelligence.

The meeting was also the occasion for the presentation of the volume “Assessing Artificial Intelligence. An Introductory Overview of AI Standards and Impact Assessments,” the first public contribution, edited by REDOPEN Factory, whose goal is to help proactively initiate a process of widespread awareness among people, and especially among those who make decisions, use, apply, and design AI technologies.

In addition to speeches by various industry experts, entrepreneurs and innovators, there was also a talk by Enea Nepentini, Founding Partner of Consilium Comunicazione, with the report “AI in Information Management in Complex and Critical Situations,” who contributed to the discussion by recounting his own experience and the procedures implemented by the agency to improve the effectiveness of marketing and communication strategies and embrace innovation.

Crisis communication and reputational intelligence in the time of AI present new challenges and opportunities for organizations. New scenarios are opening up that impact the way workflow is managed, offering powerful tools to improve emergency management.

The path of experimentation and application of Chatgpt and Gemini in Consilium goes in the direction of integrating the tools in an intelligent, ethical and responsible way toward the maximum expression and improvement of our services.

Work and Happiness: companies’ challenge between productivity and employee well-being

Work and Happiness: companies’ challenge between productivity and employee well-being

According to findings of the PoliMi HR Observatory, only 5 percent of Italians are happy at work.
Where does the problem lie and what can companies do about it? How much do entrepreneurs care about employees’ mental health? What solutions can come from abroad?

The world of work is changing, but entrepreneurs and workers have yet to find common ground. The demand for greater productivity and on-call availability increasingly clashes with the desire to protect one’s space and create a clear separation between private and professional spheres. This gives rise to misunderstandings, stress and prejudices such as those about spoiled and lazy young people.

Carlo Romanelli, occupational psychologist and founder of the management consulting company Net Working, spoke on these issues at the microphones of 𝗥𝗧𝗟 𝟭𝟬𝟮.𝟱 𝗡𝗲𝘄𝘀, stressing that “we need to overturn the cultural and historical equation that more productivity brings more profit and consequently more welfare. We need to understand that if there is more welfare, and companies create the conditions for this to happen, this can translate into more productivity and more profit.”

Watch the full interview on Rtl 102.5 News: https://play.rtl.it/ospiti/35/mondo-del-lavoro-nuovi-possibili-scenari-mercoledi-29-maggio-2024/

Bormio Ski Stadium: CAL SpA kicks off work ahead of 2026 Winter Olympics

Bormio Ski Stadium: CAL SpA kicks off work ahead of 2026 Winter Olympics

Concessioni Autostradali Lombarde SpA – CAL SpA leaves its mark with news that cannot go unnoticed: the inauguration two months early of the works for the Sky Stadium in Bormio, the first work to start in Lombardy territory linked to Milano-Cortina 2026 Winter Olympic Games.

The Ski Stadium, fully financed by Regione Lombardia, is part of the larger framework of a series of works that will be built in the Municipality of Bormio. At the end of the event, the Municipality and the Region will have two facilities that can be used for multiple events and shows of various kinds: the Family Lounge and the Hospitality Lounge, which will be built in the arrival area of the Stelvio Slope.

The early start of the work compared to the schedule testifies to the commitment and expertise of the CAL group, but also to its crucial role in infrastructure development and in elevating Italy’s prestige in the international sporting events scene. The news has received excellent media coverage, even gaining space in Il Sole 24 Ore, as well as in Ansa and Il Giorno.

We will continue to follow with great interest and passion the developments of this project ahead of the 2026 Winter Olympics.

To read Il Sole 24 Ore’s full article: https://www.ilsole24ore.com/art/olimpiadi-invernali-2026-via-lavori-ski-stadium-bormio-AFwbHHQD

Enjoy European Quality Food project ends: final event in Milan

Enjoy European Quality Food project ends: final event in Milan

EEQF- #EnjoyEuropeanQualityFood, the EU co-funded project created with the aim of spreading and increasing awareness in Europe of the quality of Italian products with designation of origin and geographical indication, has come to an end. The closing event held in Milan crowns four years of work in which we organized events, show cooking and tasting sessions involving Spain, the United Kingdom, Germany and Poland, with the aim of enhancing the products and promoting the identity and cultural diversity of the various regions, boosting the economic and social revival of the territories involved.

The six participating partners contributed to the dissemination of the cultural significance that food and wine holds in our country, testifying to the excellence that comes from the combination of the territory’s natural resources, the art of processing and human experience. During the panel discussion, moderated by journalist Antonio Picasso, speakers included Cesare Baldrighi (President Origin Italia), Giangiacomo Gallarati Scotti Bonaldi (President Federdoc), Giovanni Guarneri (#EEQF Project Leader and President Consorzio Tutela Provolone Valpadana) and Giacomo Pondini (Director of Consorzio dell’Asti and Moscato d’Asti DOCG.

We would also like to thank the Vice President of the Senate Gian Marco Centinaio, who sent us a contribution in which he emphasized how EEQF was one of the most important initiatives on the Italian scene, able to bring together different realities to make the Italian and European agri-food industry great. At the end of the meeting, guests and press took part in a pure product tasting led by sommelier Noemi Brambilla, which was followed by a light lunch with a dedicated menu.

Behind the protest of Italian tractors, there is also “no to photovoltaics occupying the countryside”

Behind the protest of Italian tractors, there is also “no to photovoltaics occupying the countryside”

However, not everyone knows that sometimes it is the farmers themselves who probe the possibility of installing a plant on their land and that it is possible to reconcile energy production with silvopastoral activities.

GIS – Gruppo Impianti Solari has been on this path for some time, and yet, its clean energy projects are often blocked with obvious slowdowns on the energy transition. And so, a plant that was supposed to be in production as early as 2022 still does not exist.

📌We at Consilium are happy to support GIS, since its inception, in media relations activities aimed at enhancing the Group’s reputation and outreach in the national media landscape.

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Eos Im sells two photovoltaic plants in southern Italy to Danish group Obton

Eos Im sells two photovoltaic plants in southern Italy to Danish group Obton

Eos Investment Management, a leader in investments in energy transition and sustainable energy through infrastructure and private equity funds, has announced the sale to Obton, a Danish group specializing in investments in sustainable technologies, of an additional 2 photovoltaic plants in Italy, with a total capacity of 12 MW.

The assets, in operation since 2012 and held in the portfolio of Eos Energy Fund I, the first infrastructure fund launched by Eos Im, are capable of generating more than 16 GWh per year and meeting the annual energy needs of about 6,500 households, resulting in savings, compared to energy produced from fossil fuels, of more than 10 thousand tons of CO₂. This divestment is in addition to the one already made in November 2020, for a total of 30 MW of solar plants divested by Eos Im to the Danish group.

Consilium is happy to support Eos in media relations activities, aimed at enhancing the Group’s reputation and outreach in the national media landscape.

Read the full article in Corriere della Sera.