di Antonio IossaLepida S.p.A.
The Covid-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on work and organization around the world, forcing thousands of workers into a new dimension of insecurity and of explosion of roles and responsibilities. Public administrations in Italy have dealt with this situation first, in early 2020, giving an extraordinary example of flexibility and resilience, introducing a massive initiative of smart working of over 90% of public workers.
di Christian Ahlgren NTNU, Trondheim
Irvine Lapsley University of Edinburgh
Kary Nyland NTNU, Trondheim
This article offers insights into the Covid-19 Pandemic by comparing the experiences of Norway and the UK. The Norwegian case study has distinctive characteristics. It offers evidence of an agile government at work and evidence of a successful clinical experience with the Norwegian management leading the Covid pandemic. This was a successful approach with low mortality rates and a protected population...
di Claudio Mantovani, Anna Pinto, Nadia Zorzan, Grazia Manca,
Licia Ravarotto e Antonia Ricci - Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale delle VenezieThe Covid-19 pandemic has pushed many companies to make extensive use of remote working. This working practice has mainly affected the public administration, which has so far been rather late with this measure.
di Patrizio Bianchi -Università degli Studi di FerraraLa pandemia ha riposto la scuola al centro del dibattito dell’opinione pubblica, lasciandone emergere tutte le difficoltà organizzative in una fase di straordinaria emergenza, ma anche mettendone in luce le problematiche cumulatesi nel tempo...