(click above for the video celebrating our first 10 years)
Riccardo Paterni leads a seminar at Pisa University on Motorsport Industry topic: RPM network as case study
RPM network has been represented by Riccardo Paterni at a University of Pisa’s seminar focusing on RPM network as a case study of innovative model for networked SMEs business development.
The university programme is an international one involving about 50 students from several countries from technical or economics backgrounds.
The focus has been on the roots of RPM emphasizing the history of the motorsport industry growth mainly in the two key global areas: UK and Italy. The seminar and relevant debate (guided by Professor Riccardo Giannetti and Professor Andrea Dello Sbarba) has highlighted RPM’s unique organizational set-up and development outlook within the motorsport industry and technology transfer towards related fields. Opportunities for growth for the network and member companies (leveraging upon internationalisation, innovation and technology transfer) have been debated along with organizational and mindset barriers that need to be overcome to fully embrace such opportunities.
The seminar has once again asserted RPM will to seek and develop concrete university ties. This in order to stimulate dialogue on innovative topics, creating opportunities for internships to fuel RPM development and growth while helping students to be first hand connected to the dynamic, complex realities of today business world.
Together with colleagues from the Cifa Italia group of companies, on occasion of Diwali 2020 (November 14th 2020), we have organised a virtual party celebrating the start-up of Itaind Tech Pvt Ltd in Pune, India.
It has been an emotional moment of friendship connecting colleagues cooperating to innovative projects from several parts of Italy with the office in Pune. Families were also involved to highlight the family feeling of our extended visionary organisation set to increasingly make a difference in the Italian and International context of remote learning and working with unique tools that are set to particularly empower Small and Midsize Enterprises.
Diwali atmosphere of thankfulness, growth and prosperity has been the perfect shared social and cultural framework.
It has been also the perfect meaningful opportunity to celebrate Synergy Pathways’ ten years of exciting, successful activity focusing on unique, varied business development projects among Italy and India.
Stay tuned for developments.
Creativity in action to fuel innovation in training and people growth in organisations. And it all relates to motorsport too… stay tuned …
ItanInd is a unique project mixing Italian and Indian cultures from creativity and technological perspectives to generate powerful value innovation for 21st century education and training in various contexts. We will soon share with further details on the project as it unfolds.
For months we have managed, through an articulated International managerial and technical teamwork, to push it forward and open an operational office in Pune, India. We have managed and are managing through travel barriers and lockdowns in Italy and India to make all of this happen while safeguarding the health and safety of all of the people involved.
On October 1st 2020 we have celebrated the opening of the office with the first technical group operational in Pune.
It is the beginning of great journey set to have powerful positive impacts on many lives. We are very proud of it, stay tuned for updates.
From the #illavorocontinua webinar series a section focusing on Riccardo’s brief talk on how to effectively develop an organizational identity (inside out) to use as operational and strategic lever of growth. (webinar section in Italian at this link)
Il 1 luglio Riccardo Paterni ha moderato un webinar della serie #illavorocontinua sull’argomento “Sviluppo delle competenze con la psicologia del potenziamento”. Il webinar ha stimolato l’integrazione di varie prospettive su formazione e competenze rese sempre più rilevanti dal contesto di cambiamento generato dalla pandemia.
Andrea Cafà (Presidente di CIFA Italia e FonARCom) ha introdotto e raccolto i temi del dibattito. angela amico (Direttore dell’agenzia formativa IterEgo Agenzia Formativa) ha evidenziato concetti chiave delle dinamiche formative attuali con una presentazione dal titolo “La formazione per le competenze e le competenze per la formazione”.
Lorenzo Baldassarri ha descritto come il metodo della psicologia del potenziamento, sia utile al continuo potenziamento di competenze acquisite. Rino Piroscia (Presidente di Confsalform) ha focalizzato il suo intervento su efficacia e motivazione della formazione per competenze.
On June 17th 2020 the series of webinars #illavorocontinua (work endures) (organised by Cifa Italia and Fonarcom) has featured a program on the topic “Innovative tools to manage and develop Small and Medium sized Enterprises”. The webinar has been moderated by Riccardo Paterni and has featured Andrea Cafà (President of CifaItalia and Fonarcom), Pierpaolo Vannucci, (CPA and expert on Innovative SMEs and start-up) presenting “Startup and Innovative SMEs: work for capital, Patent box and other tools” and Leonardo Frigiolini (Economist and expert in crowdfunding and financial sources) presenting “Complementary financial sources for SMEs to the banking ones”.
The webinar has generated a marked interest: several hundred people participating and interacting both to the live session (for the first time also in live streaming on Linkedin besides the customary live streaming on Facebook and YouTube) and afterwards watching the recorded one hour program also available on YouTube at this link.
President Cafà has pointed out how the information and tools presented during the webinar, to sustain financially the ideas and practices featured in previous events of the series (all available on #illavorocontinua along with the relevant documentation), show the marked commitment of #illavorocontinua to concretely support the survival and growth of small and mid sized organisations within the context of change brought by the pandemia.
On June 3rd 2020, Riccardo Paterni has moderated and presented topics in a webinar part of the series www.illavorocontinua.it (‘work endures’ the webinar has had over 1600 people watching live) together with Rodi Basso (Expert in Strategy and Business Development utilising his experience in relevant technical and managerial roles in Formula 1 and other motorsport series), Professor Paolo Aversa (Strategy Professor and Director of the Full Time MBA at Cass Business School – University of London) and Andrea Cafà, President of Cifa Italia and Fonarcom (organisations contributing to create, produce and promote the series of webinars).
Riccardo has pointed out the the key elements that form the organizational identity any organization need to have quite clear as key stable reference point in order to face current and future turbulent changes: vision, mission and values.
Rodi Basso has pointed out how different business scenarios can be identified and related to effectively by utilising approaches relevant to the dynamic motorsport field.
Professor Paolo Aversa has illustrated how strategies can be formulated by relating in effective ways to opportunities that can be generated or utilised readily.
Andrea Cafà has summed it all up by stating how these views and tools of action, together with the ones featured in other webinars pointing out relevant legislative and macro economics changes, can offer substantial opportunities for any kind of company to set a path not only of survival but also of growth in Italy.
Documentation relevant to the topics debated (in Italian) can be downloaded at the webinar archives section of www.illavorocontinua.it . The webinar (in Italian) has been recorded and can be watched in its entirety at this link.