This Month Art For Business Magazine published a double interview with the title “Contemporary Organizations: an academic and an entrepreneur confront each other”, the academic is Alberto De Toni, dean of the Udine engineering faculty, while the entrepreneur is Claudio Bernardini, co-founder at bastard.
The two are first asked to answer the same questions – and there are significant analogies in what they say – and then to ask a question to each other… and here our mate goes on with his Spaghetti Organization theory.
! The interview is available in italian language only.
I discovered that he’s the one that exposed – in the last thirty years – the kindergartens of Reggio Emilia, that nowadays are taken as models ef excellence in many parts of the world… and suddenly realized why I was invited to talk about the bastard store ;)
Art For Business has been working since 2007 for making art’s contribution to organizations more recognizable, particularly regarding the impact that this languages have on people, offering new inputs and methods for continuos education.
In this context, Architecure and space utilization are perhaps important tools to help keeping a free stream of information and stimulate transfer of competence and skills from one area to another, beacuse different areas require different kinds of intelligence.
Lessons learned: QI is overrated (who cares?), never stop learning