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- October 26, 2020
Opinno Impact Report 2019Nine successful stories selected among hundreds of projects from all over the world, which reflect all three of our areas of activity: Open Innovation, Strategy & Business Architecture, and Technology Solutions
- October 26, 2020
"Mobility is changing. People don’t buy cars anymore"As the leader of a business specialising in the innovation of a sector as traditional as energy, the CEO of Enel X, Francesco Venturini, knows first-hand the challenges of digitalisation, but, also, the enormous potential of new technologies to save costs and offer new products and services.
- October 22, 2020
IESE incorporates Opinno as case studyUnlike packaged teaching in master classes, IESE requires students to put themselves in the place of high-level managers. How can I improve sales, lead people in multicultural environments, or design incentives that are effective in highly competitive situations? These are examples of first-person questions that students have to face.
- October 21, 2020
Artificial intelligence knows your policyholder better than youPredicting risk, customizing policies and using data to anticipate and generate new products are some of the applications that artificial intelligence may have in insurance in the near future. The customer demands new services and the industry is transforming to meet the changing needs of the market
- October 15, 2020
True social integration is achieved through employmentFor ILUNION's CEO, Alejandro Oñoro, innovation not only helps to achieve business objectives, but also to provide value for people with fewer opportunities
- October 8, 2020
Social ImpactRe-innovation, digitization and solidarity are three levers of change through which to energize the economy with deep social value.
- September 30, 2020
Leading tomorrow: Innovating and investing in ItalyConsidered to be one of the countries that, despite initial difficulties, coped best with the health emergency, Italy now faces the problem of sharing an economic system that by 2020 will shrink by 9% and increase debt to 158% of GDP.
- September 30, 2020
Our proposal is based on digitalization and emotional contactThe coronavirus has burst into the insurance sector in full transformation, and companies like Generali have reacted by implementing more digital tools and rethinking the notions of productivity, flexibility and teleworking, explains its CEO in Spain, Santiago Villa
- September 25, 2020
The journey of digital consumption: reinvention after the coronavirusThe pandemic has accelerated the digital consumption of products and services and generated new rules in consumer behaviour and organisational processes. In addition to the consolidation of the online channel, another physical purchasing channel is also beginning to take shape that could change the future of virtual consumption
- September 21, 2020
Innovation as Talent Care: Workplace Wellbeing Post-CoronavirusProtecting the physical and mental health of professionals is a growing concern in the wake of the pandemic. Technologies that preserve office security, digital tools to combat stress, and measures to promote motivation are some booming corporate trends
- September 10, 2020
AI, Data, and Training: The Keys to New Talent ManagementNew technologies and confinement have changed the way we recruit workers and teach skills that keep businesses on the cutting-edge.
- September 2, 2020
Video Call Technology Is a LifesaverFor the managing director of Santalucía, Andrés Romero, digital services such as virtual technical assessments and telemedicine have been indispensable for clients during the coronavirus pandemic, so their rapid adoption will help consolidate them in the new normalcy.
- August 26, 2020
Post-COVID-19 Banking: Closer and More Digital Than EverThe coronavirus pandemic has only accelerated the changes that were already taking place in the financial sector: greater collaboration with start-ups, more focus on the customer and on personalized services and greater adoption of technologies of all kinds will be the keys to this industry in the new normality.
- August 13, 2020
Digital Building: The Future of Post-Coronavirus InfrastructureEnsuring the well-being of visitors and promoting prevention against COVID-19 are two of the current challenges for infrastructures. To solve these challenges and create safe and intelligent places, an increase in the presence of new technologies is expected in spaces such as offices, shopping centers, and hospitals.
- August 6, 2020
The digitization of health: A slow but Sure JourneyTechnological advances like data mining and machine learning promise important applications in the future of health, from improvements in pharmaceutical research to the automatic diagnosis of illnesses.
- August 5, 2020
Insurers Must Shift to a Model of Predict and PreventFor Chubb’s Chief Digital Officer Sean Ringsted, in this moment of social changes, the insurance industry should use the power of information and data to accelerate the pace of its digital transformation and achieve real personalization according to the emerging needs of consumers.
- July 30, 2020
Post-COVID Tourism: Digital, Personalized, and Safer than EverThe coronavirus pandemic requires that the tourism sector accelerated its digitalization and make technological innovations. New processes in transportation, mobile applications in hotels, and automatic travel insurance are some of the keys for the tourism of the future.