SDA Bocconi Management Consulting Club - Moderated Q & A: Dr. Paola Fiore 03 2009

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SDA Bocconi Management Consulting Club - Moderated Q & A: Dr. Paola Fiore 03 2009

  1. 1. “Megacommunities – with theparticipation of Fernando Napolitano CEO Booz & Co. Italy”Event on the 18th March 2009 – Via Balilla 18 – Room S02
  2. 2. INVITATIONThe Management Consulting Club and the Bocconi Ethica Club inviteall of you to to the Megacommunity & World Food Program Eventwhere Ferdinando Napolitano – CEO of Booz & Co.Italy will discuss with SDA Bocconi students of the importance ofMegacommunities in a Globalized world and answerto whatever questions might arise from the participants!!! A greatopportunity to meet an expert of Global Markets, and listen to hispoints of view on a variety of topics!!! Club run by 2009 MBA students C/o SDA Bocconi School of Management
  3. 3. WHO IS FERNANDO NAPOLITANO?•Managing partner and CEO of Booz & Company in Italy• Bachelor’s from Federico II University in Naples,MS in technology management from Brooklyn Polytechnic Universityin New York, and his advanced management program degree fromHarvard Business School• In Booz & Co. since 1990, with focus on competitive strategy, technology, andinternational competition in the media, telecommunications, and in theaerospace fields. He now specializes on organization and change leadership• He has served on the board of directors of Enel SpA, and is also a member of itsCompensation Committee• Member of the Aspen Institute Italia and of Italy-U.S. council that promotesindustrial cooperation between the two countries• Board member of the American Chamber of Commerce in Italy, and hasserved on the board of the Italian Aerospace Research Center (CIRA)• He is also a member of the international advisory board of HarvardsEnvironmental Economics program. Club run by 2009 MBA students C/o SDA Bocconi School of Management
  4. 4. FERNANDO NAPOLITANO IS ONE OF THEAUTHORS OF “MEGACOMMUNITIES” BOOK Club run by 2009 MBA students C/o SDA Bocconi School of Management
  5. 5. WHY MEGACOMMUNITY ARE IMPORTANT? • Today, issues that significantly affect all of us - global climate change, rebuilding urban infrastructure, water scarcity, preparing for pandemics, dealing with aging populations - have become key challenges to decision makers in the public sector, private sector, and civil society • At first glance, these problems seem intractable. But in an era of expanding global networks and interdependence, they cannot be ignored. • Such problems cannot be solved by government, business, or civil society alone. It takes a megacommunity. • Leaders of many organizations must work together toward common goals, without any one of them being in control of the whole system. The key is a shift in focus from maximizing to optimizing… • Megacommunities is a response to the growing need for people at every level of society to move to a new approach to managing complexity: it shows a path for deliberate development of leadership capabilities, and results-oriented action in an open- ended network of leaders from multiple organizations. Club run by 2009 MBA students C/o SDA Bocconi School of Management
  6. 6. THE SUCCESS OF THE MEGACOMMUNITY“This book provides a much-needed new perspective,demonstrating clearly and concisely the value of leaders ofleaders” – Fulvio Conti, CEO Enel“This is one of those rare well-reasoned books that can makea real difference” – Richard D. Parsons, Chairman and CEO Time Warner“Megacommunities is a problem-solving action manual for21th century”– Malenne Verveer, Co-founder and Chairman Vital Voices Global Partnership“Megacommunities provides a rich foundation to help accelerate the evolution of a healthier and moreequitable world” – Amory Lovins, Chairmain, Rocky Mountain Institute“Megacommunities offers pragmatic advice, born from case studies and the broad experience of manyleaders” – Curt Struble, former US Ambassador to Peru“An insightful and engrossing read, Megacommunities brings creative new thinking to the challengeconfronting leaders” – Admiral Sir Ian Forbel (Ret.), former NATO Supreme Commander Club run by 2009 MBA students C/o SDA Bocconi School of Management
  7. 7. MEGACOMMUNITIES AND THE WORLDFOOD PROGRAM • In a time of rapid globalization and growth, this commitment strives to create a new model to address one of todays most pressing challenges: the Global Food Crisis. Through this commitment, Booz &Co. will support the World Food Program by piloting the "megacommunity" model in Italy. •This megacommunity will bring together a group of key leaders from business, government, and civil society to increase public awareness of and the fund-rasing for the Global Food Crisis, specifically highlighting the areas of school feeding and undernutrition. •The ultimate goal of this commitment is to create an effective and replicable model that can be applied in other developed countries around the world. •To achieve this goal, Booz & Co. and Ms. Josette Sheeran from the WFP will pilot the megacommunity in Italy with the support of the following leaders: Hon. Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, Government of Italy; Mr. Fedele Confalonieri, Chairman of Mediaset, the largest Italian media conglomerate; Barilla Food Company; and Aspen Institute Italia, a think tank •The results will be showcased at the next G8 Summit in Italy in June 2009 Club run by 2009 MBA students C/o SDA Bocconi School of Management
  8. 8. WHAT ELSE CAN WE TALK ABOUT WITH FERNANDO NAPOLITANO?• Highly differentiated companies willhave a better chance to survive in thedownturn period?• How is consulting industry reacting tothe downturn of the economy? Areservices offered changing?• How can we maximise the use of ournetwork to face the issues in the crisisperiod? The crisis has to be solvedtogether and as an integrated system? AND ALL THE OTHER QUESTIONS YOU ARE WILLING TO ASK HIM!!! Club run by 2009 MBA students C/o SDA Bocconi School of Management
  9. 9. WHILE WE HAVE YOUR ATTENTION.... COME TO ANOTHER EVENT THE DAY BEFORE!!!!DATE MARCH 17TH 5 PM CSR AND SUSTAINABILITY EVENT
  10. 10. Profits Up, Footprint DownHOW TO GROW BUSINESS IN A WORLD OF DIMINISHING RESOURCES When? March 17th, 5pm Where? Via Balilla, RO2 With Who? Ethica & MCC Clubs and CSR and Sustainability directors Why? Because CSR and Sustainable Practices makes good human and business sense!
  11. 11. “The language of CSR is a business language- not a charity do-gooding language”michael hastings KPMGCorporate responsibility is intrinsic tobusiness strategyLORENZO SOLIMENE: KPMG Manager conresponsabilità di coordinamentoOur commitment to communities and theenvironment help keep KPMG grounded inthe real issues that face society.Lorenzo will talk about: Internal audits ecorporate governance from KPMG.
  12. 12. Enels concern for CSR issues is already reflected theGroups shareholder base. Enel shareholders included 66 ethicalfunds, who accounted for 19.3% of the overall stake held by internationalinvestment funds.Pierluigi Orati: CSR Manager at Enel S.p.A • Relations with sustainability analysts • Coordination of Relations and Events related to SRI (Social Responsible Investors) • Editing & publishing of documents concerning Sustainability and CSR • Integrating CSR policies with the new acquisitions abroad • Sustainability Report and the Report to Our Stakeholders. • Monitoring of over 450 KPI s used to record and control Enel’s financial, environmental, and social performance and behavior from the “sustainable” point of view. • A member of the international GRI (Global Reporting Initiative) board. • Discussing with Enel’s competitors and NGOs to cooperate with GRI guidelines. • Represents Enel at the CSR Europe Marketplace, annual initiative organized by CSR Europe
  13. 13. How do you measure and report allthis green stuff anyway???Ask Lorenzo Radice: GroupSustainability, Head ofReporting at Telecom Italia•Sustainability reporting system adopted in TI•Practical examples of Environmental Initiatives and initiatives for the community•Definition, monitoring and improvement of sustainability’s KPIs.•Relations with investors and rating agencies on sustainability related issues.•Initiatives to improve Group’s sustainability profile.•Reduction of Group’s environmental impact.•Sustainable supply chain management.•Stakeholder engagement projects.•Relations with NGOs and international institutions.
  14. 14. MODERATED Q & A: PAOLA FIORE SUSTAINABILITY MANAGEMENT & COMMUNICATIONS CONSULTANT SEE YOU THERE ..... AND BRING YOUR QUESTIONS!DATE MARCH 17TH, 5 PM APERITIVO TO FOLLOW...

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