Our Team

People who believe in shared knowledge

A group of professionals that aspires to share knowledge by promoting conferences, seminars and round tables with the specific task of spreading a new culture that values the person as individualwho is and act within an organization.

The goal is to motivate companies to adopt a model that encourages the recovery of implicit and tacit knowledge through dialogue, listening and involvement of all who can contribute in different ways to the development of business strategies and become over time a WiKi company.

The WiKi company is a liquid organisation that incorporates the protocol of shared knowledge, where the “horizontal” dialogue between people is fostered by the implementation of tools that ease the correct interpretation of information and allow the creation of a common ground enriched with shared meanings on which individuals can chart the company’s global knowledge.

It can manage the complexity of external systems with an organisation open to an involved management that allows the group to grow and bring out the individual and collective expertise, to ensure the freedom to be and to express ideas in line with the common objectives; the sharing of experiences allows a comparison that leads to the capitalisation of shared events towards a defined goal.

The results achieved are no longer considered only for their economic value, but also for the way in which they have been achieved: the shared knowledge instils hope and promotes openness towards every kind of relationship.

The final judgement obtained from the ongoing decision-making process no longer only depends on the general management, but also includes the viewpoints that arise from a dialectical debate with all who belongs to the organisation and are involved in the overall evaluation of the work.

The flocks don’t have a leader, are self-organised with few simple rules that lead them to imitate the attitude of their neighbours, creating a coherent behaviour with no ties to the organisational chart.

If you have an apple and I have an apple and we exchange these apples then you and I will still each have one apple. But if you have an idea and I have an idea and we exchange these ideas, then each of us will have two ideas”. George Bernard Shaw

 

 

Guido Zaccarelli

Project Management

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Francesca Govoni

Business Consulting

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Paolo Campedelli

Financial Consulting

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Francesco Toscani

Web & Social Media

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