The Albachiara Journal

An eclectic collection of our opinion and perspective, from our travels and encounters

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L’importanza di chiamarsi “Polymath”

raffaella cardarelli | 11 September 2020

La leadership del futuro, the Polymath: l’importanza di un profilo multi-disciplinare nella formazione manageriale per coloro i quali vogliono guidare il cambiamento in atto, da veri protagonisti. L’inedito percorso formativo “La leadership di domani: the Polymath” ha l’obiettivo di avvicinare a questa dimensione trasversale i manager che guideranno il futuro della nostra economia.

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The Albachiara Podcast: latest episode

Are You Not Entertained?

Episode: 3, Season 3

Hosts: Roger Mitchell - Grant Williams | Guest/s: Goal - Own Goal

Grant and Roger romp around the stories of recent days from the ridiculous to the sublime. F1 and the last exciting Italian Grand Prix; American football’s dystopian start of this season; Zaniolo’s sad injury; Canelo Alvarez’s suing DZN; Foden’s and Greenwood’s scandal; Nole Djokovic and Serbia discrimination; Yaya Touré and sexy workers; the Cleveland Steamer; Amazon and rugby; Fulham FC.

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The Albachiara Chronicle

are you not intrigued?

What we live, observe and work on everyday, often inspires us to share reflections and insights, which we like to share here with other professionals. It is for us a unique opportunity to transfer our experiences and knowledge and gain new perspectives from all those people, who like to engage into thought-provoking conversations with us. Scratching the surface of things, to better understand the world around us and always be learning.

The Albachiara Podcast

are you not entertained?

Today, much of what sport has always meant to true fans, has been lost in a blizzard of corporate communications, fireworks and froth. As a result, the attachments, that were once so strong, seem more trivial in the global age of televised sport as entertainment. What was once authentic, is increasingly staged. In this podcast, we'll get back to the things that sport has always meant to true fans.