Sparks of Knowledge | Badenoch + Clark

Sparks of Knowledge is a think tank dedicated to inspiring change and sharing the economic trends of the future.
It is an observatory providing the information needed to navigate the world. A place open to companies that are investing on innovation and technology, where specific issues can be analyzed even engaging with some of the leading Italian and international experts.

3 Aprile 2019

IoT & Data Economy

Giovanni Miragliotta is Associate Professor at the department of Management Engineering at the Polytechnic University of Milan, where he teaches industrial plant engineering and management engineering within the Management Engineering and Energy Engineering Degree courses.

3 April 2019
8 Novembre 2018

PEOPLE 4.0: perspectives and strategies for digital transformation in HR

Mariano Corso is Full Professor of Leadership and Innovation at the Polytechnic University of Milan.
Technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, new collaborative platforms and new patterns in consumption are bound to converge in the next few years, creating a strong impact that will force us all to review both our business and our social models.

8 November 2018
23 Maggio 2018

Governance and SME: Cost or strategic resource?

Marco Giorgino is Full Professor of Business Finance and Global Risk Management at the Polytechnic University of Milan and at its graduate school of business (MIP).
Born in 1969, in 1991 Giorgino graduated in Business Management from Bocconi University with highest honors; he has been Full Professor at the Polytechnic University of Milan since 2004, where he teaches Financial Risk Management and Financial Markets and Institutions within the Management Engineering Specialization Course.

23 May 2018

The road to growth starts in the Eastern world

Fabio Sdogati is Full professor of International Economics at the Polytechnic University of Milan and at its graduate school of business (MIP).
Sdogati holds a degree in Political Sciences from the Sapienza University in Rome, as well as a Master of Science and a Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

1 March 2018