Le tre rivoluzioni del management digitale (The three revolutions of digital management)

  • Stefano Micelli
Keywords: digital management

Abstract

The three revolutions that have marked the evolution of management from the early 90s to today can be summarized by highlighting the different technologies that have set in motion many important processes of change and the areas of enterprise that have been transformed.

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Published
2017-08-31