ON MONDAY APRIL 16 THE C.U.G Pisa SEMINAR EXPLORES AGILE WORKING IN PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS WITH A FOCUS ON NEW CODE OF PRACTICE FOR SMART WORKING AND PROVISION OF HIGH QUALITY SERVICES
The seminar discussion on Agile Working will provide attendees with the opportunity to explore the strategies for modernizing workplace and implementing smart working practices. The seminar, organized by Pisa public universities and institutions Comitati Unici di Garanzia, Scuola Normale Superiore, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Università di Pisa, Comune e Provincia di Pisa, and Azienda Ospedaliera Universitaria Pisana, will be held on Monday, April 16, 3.00 pm (at Scuola Normale Superiore - Sala Stemmi).
The initiative for agile and smart working regulation comes from the Italian government (Law 81/2017). The agile working initiative presents benefits to employees and to customers of government services, better value for the taxpayer and better quality services. It is an integrated approach to agile working (remote work opportunities and flexible scheduling) bringing together changes in technology (unified communications and security) and a more flexible workplace.
In particular, public institutions are currently facing the demand for provision of more integrated local services. Technology allows for highly mobile and highly connected people. Employees ask for work and personal lives becoming more integrated. Agile Working and the digital ecosystem that provide people and customers with autonomy and the means to securely access the institution network, will create a culture of innovation, fewer hierarchies and bureaucracies.
With these objectives in mind, the public sector and the Committees against workplace racism and discrimination (CUG) are now working with local authorities to keep pace in a rapidly changing world that demand greater transparency and faster decision making.
Seminar key speakers include: Maurizio Del Conte, president of Agenzia nazionale per le politiche attive del lavoro, Università Bocconi, giving a talk on: “Lavoro agile nelle Pubbliche Amministrazioni - Inquadramento di contesto e profili applicativi”; Andrea Solimene, Smart Working & Digital Transformation Adviser - CEO Seedble: “Verso nuovi modelli di organizzazione del lavoro - Smart Working tra dubbi e certezze”; Elena Miglio, Torino City Council “smart working” project coordinator: “Esperienza di un ente locale - Traguardi, difficoltà, prospettive”; Monica Gussoni, HR director University Ca’ Foscari - Venezia: “Ca’ Foscari - dal Telelavoro smart allo smart working. Un buon inizio per un lungo percorso”. Moderator: Francesca Torelli, Sant’Anna School - Consigliera di Fiducia.
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