Dossier. Business and Global Scenarios
The 2030 Agenda: An Appointment that Regards Us All
The Centrality of Corporate Governance
ESG Ratings: Love Them or Hate Them?
From Competition to Collaboration
Why and How to Be a B Corp or Benefit Corporation
Dossier. Alternative Perspectives
Decarbonization and the Challenges of Big Oil
All the Potential of the Blue Economy
What Cities for Culture, What Culture for Cities of Tomorrow
Focus. Cities and culture
Creative Cities Towards the Evolution of the Species
The Value of Culture in the 15-Minute City
Cost and Performance Competitiveness in the Construction Sector
New Leadership for the Italian PA
An analysis of the resumes of Italian public managers shows that they are very old (54.8 years of age, total average), their origin (and education) is from the Center and South of the country, with legal education and limited experience internationally and outside of the public administration. More than one-third of top managers are women: on this point, the central public administration has a better gender balance than the private sector.#It is advisable to redefine a cultural profile of managers that is more consistent with the needs of the public administration, that although it has been increasingly delegitimized, remains a critical and unavoidable factor in the social, economic, and cultural life of Italy.