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Dopo aver preso gli ordini minori fu consacrato sacerdotr nel , nel ottenne la nomina a cardinale. Gwynne, The American University of Rome In July five Jesuit brothers, led by Rodolfo Acquaviva , set out for the province of Salcete with the intention of founding a new church and mission in India.

Their dream was almost immediately, and brutally, terminated by local opposition. When their massacre was announced in Rome it was treated as martyrdom. As a prelude to his own martyrdom, at the end of Book One the hero of this epic witnesses a cavalcade of the first Christian martyrs. This is based upon the images from the fresco cycle at the Church of Santo Stefano Rotondo. As a result, we know something about the way that his civic-minded murals and pitture infamanti communicated his political, social, and spiritual commentary on the state of fourteenth-century Rome.

Interestingly, the medieval visual traditions of secular and religious art, both of which Cola partook in, are echoed by some twenty-first-century murals on the walls of various buildings around Rome. Image and Ritual: The Spiritual Theatre of the Quarant'ore in Seventeenth-Century Rome Andrew Horn, University of Edinburgh In this paper I offer an examination of the Quarant'ore in seventeenth-century Rome which highlights the elaborate scenographies produced for the devotion and focuses on their relationship to the rite itself.

I will analyse several key examples, focusing on the role of images and their meanings within the 'spiritual theatre' of the devotion. This theatre comprised both the externally performed rite and the 'interior theatre' of prayer and meditation which the faithful performed throughout period of the exposition. This discussion will be guided by the Quaranta essercitii spirituali per l'oratione delle Quaranta hore by the Jesuit Luca Pinelli.

This paper focuses on its lost rectangular base with its characteristic rustication, frieze, and corner pilaster and investigates their reception in drawings, built architecture and even furniture of the second half of the fifteenth century by Filarete, Giuliano da Sangallo, Simone del Pollaiolo, and others.

Innocent commissioned the fountain during one of the worst famines to grip Rome and Lazio. From , a series of poor harvests caused grain to become scarce and bread prices to sky-rocket. This paper will examine the protests staged against the fountain, arguing that the people were insisting that Innocent adhere to a traditional moral economy unique to his role as papal father. Santa Maria della Pace and Sienese Patronage in the Sixteenth Century Philippa Jackson, British School in Rome Santa Maria della Pace was a centre for Sienese patronage in Rome during the sixteenth century in particular in relation to the chapels of the Chigi and Mignanelli but also was favoured as a burial place as indicated by the various tombs of the Sienese and their associates.

The church was connected to the Apostolic Chamber, at a time when the Sienese were particularly powerful in this important curial body, and in particular the college of apostolic secretaries, who were accustomed to meet there. This paper considers why the Sienese were particularly attracted to the church, and the complexities of chapel endowments in Santa Maria della Pace in the light of new documents. Finally, information garnered from an inventory taken in after the deaths of both Agostino and Francesca allows us to hypothesize how the room was seen and used on a daily basis by the couple and their visitors, further contextualizing the fundamental multivalent messages the room expressed to its original audience.

I will thereby focus on a Dutchman, Aernout van Buchel, who visited Rome during his Grand Tour in and whose Latin diary of his journey is conserved in the University Library of Utrecht. In the end I will focus on the remarks Aernout makes about the inscriptions of the Pantheon. Together with Jan de Jong he published many articles on several aspects of this manuscript. If necessary or wished for this lecture could also be given in Italian.

Its architect, however, is unknown. This paper, an anticipation of a book on the subject, ascribes the design of the infirmary to Giovanni Giocondo da Verona, a humanist-architect of the highest caliber, a close associate of Leon Battista Alberti and the author of the first illustrated edition of Vitruvius. He enjoyed enormous reputation among contemporaries, but no buildings have thus far been securely attributed to him.

Scholars generally have taken this treatise as an accurate representation of the early modern pilgrimage experience. Indeed, his work is now mainly consulted for descriptions of now lost buildings and objects.

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But careful reading reveals both inaccuracies and surprising lacunae. For example, why did Mariano—the prolific promoter of Franciscan history—not mention the Pinturicchio frescoes of Bernardino of Siena in the Aracoeli? This paper will examine his discussions of several sites in order to discuss how Mariano experienced the city, evaluate its role in Franciscan history, as well as consider how he wanted other visitors to respond.

It also promised 13 more volumes to reconstruct the urban development of ancient Rome and to document all its buildings, all architectural details and ornaments, all instruments, all inscriptions, all coins and medals, all reliefs, tombstones and statues, all vases and decorative objects, all paintings, all aqueducts and all reconstructable machines. The aim of all this was to understand Roman architecture comprehensively and, by doing so, to re-awake it: a systematically planned Renaissance, so to say. Leone, Boston College The history of art and architecture in baroque Rome has essentially been told through singular relationships between powerful patrons and great artists, with Urban VIII Barberini and Bernini as the paradigm.

But Innocent X accomplished a great amount of building in a short amount of time, including the nave decoration of St. I propose a new model for understanding his contribution to the arts in midth- century Rome by focusing on how he accomplished these building projects: rather than privileging a single artist, Innocent relied on a reliable network of artists and artisans across multiple sites.

But how did these networks impact specific events and were they able to maintain relevance under different Papacies? For centuries Artemisia Gentileschi has been reputed to be the only woman Roman artist of her times and her crucial role has been deeply investigated Garrard, Christiansen, Mann. Recent studies have revealed instead the presence of many women artists in Rome which function was particularly significant in the first half of the seventeenth century Lollobrigida.

For instance, two portraits of Virginia da Vezzo and Maddalna Corvina depict the artists while proudly wearing their pearls necklaces. An etching represents Anna Maria Vaiani with earrings pearls. The choice of a pearls necklace was consciously made. Symbols of purity and love pearls were also topics in literature. Oste e taverniere si nasce o si diventa? It explores the relationship between the papacy and the city by focussing on the representation of architecture in painting rather than on built architecture, as most scholarship has tended to do.

Not Just for Men. Many of the litigants were male, too, but far from all of them. Although Italian scholarship has not yet given them much attention, early modern women actively brought cases to civil courts in many places, including Rome. Among the services of the charitable confraternities, as stated in their statutes, was assistance to the needy in conducting lawsuits.

The proposal focuses on the first steps of legal procedure that were notably difficult for a woman alone — looking for a lawyer, paying taxes and fees, and asking the for documents necessary to initiate proceedings. The gap between these two experiences was sometimes bridged by poets who carried out their performances on both sides, reciprocally influenced. Copisti, miniatori, librai, cartolai e legatori. Gli artigiani del libro e la biblioteca di S.

Inoltre gli stessi frati prestano la loro opera come copisti. Tra i codici commissionati ci sono anche quelli necessari alle celebrazioni religiose, che vengono conservati nella sacrestia, e che molto spesso sono realizzati grazie a lasciti e disposizioni dei laici devoti. Among the vast influence of this attraction of reformation, that Vittoria spread among various poets and artists, the paper will focus on the multifaceted intellectual Luca Contile, who wrote his Dialogi spirituali Roma, Cartolari, as the result of a visit to Vittoria Colonna in Rome in The image of the city before that, thus, is often portrayed as a repository of antiquities that would only later become an important centre for artists and intellectuals.

In this paper I investigate how the arrival of Baccio Pontelli from Urbino represented the possibility of modernizing Rome through an alternative cultural paradigm, despite the obvious Florentine dominance in the artistic scenario. In fact, many of these traditions dated back only a few centuries or even less, and the Quattrocento popes were assiduous in creating even newer ones — often intended to support their own political or ecclesiastical agendas. This paper explores how popes, curialists, clerics, and scholars used the new technology of print to further codify, publicize, and spread newly invented institutions as though they had existed since time immemorial.

From diplomatic ceremonies like the ambassadorial obedience, to the cult of new relics and saints, to indulgences to promote sacred institutions and projects, print lent antiquity and authority to papal innovations both within the city and abroad in the wider world. During his time in Rome, he was involved in numerous duels, brawls, ambushes, and murders. However, Cellini did not simply narrate these events to create an honest retelling of events; rather, Cellini consciously constructed and embellished his accounts of violence.

Some of these constructs bolstered his own reputation, others intended to attack the reputations of his victims, and some simply followed the mode of popular literature in Italy at the time. In my proposed paper I will discuss one of these reliefs, the one dedicated to St. Cecilia, in terms of narrative.

I analyze the ways in which the relief tells its story. Although here I report on only one sculptural group, the church as a whole is filled with narratives, from the frescoed domed to the painted pendentives, the several large free-standing statues, and five monumental reliefs. My intention is to demonstrate how, by creating a powerful bond between words and images the discourse of narratology serves the interests of art historians. Roma santa! Roma del diavolo! Molto meno indagati sono stati invece i sentimenti del Caro in materia di fede, anche a causa della sua riservatezza religiosa, da ricercarsi nel suo ruolo pubblico di segretario alla corte dei Farnese.

Using mainly correspondence, we will see a few examples of network strategies set up by humanists at that time to secure help and support in Rome in the middle of the 16th century. Commissioned and displayed on the Capitoline, in St. It is also one of the most overlooked sources for trecento art. Negotiating Portuguese Identity in Rome James Nelson Novoa, University of Ottawa The Iberian union of Spain and Portugal under the Habsburg crown obliged Portuguese around the world to take sides: enthusiastically embracing the new state of affairs, opposing it or some intermediary position.

The Portuguese in Rome could not have remained aloof from the goings on in their homeland and the Eternal City became a theatre for the dramatic events which pitted different factions among themselves. How did they go about presenting themselves in Rome during the union of the two powers, the rebellion against Spain and its aftermath, especially since the Holy See did not recognize Portuguese independence until ? Like other national communities in the city the Portuguese had various means to represent themselves there at their disposal: a national church and confraternity, diplomatic agents, clerics and an important community of merchant-bankers.

Parceling the Old Basilica of St. Although not always in their early modern contexts, the fragments still survive. I propose looking at the meaning of the dispersed monuments from old St. Churches were proto-museum spaces in the early modern period. Inscriptions, display tactics, and guidebooks called attention to their prestigious origins. The destruction of the old basilca of saint Peter generated new meaning. Within their new settings, the objects were conspicuous signs of political gift giving, interest in preservation, and pairing sacred material culture with ideologically appropriate locations.

This talk will explore how the holy stairs and their architectural encasement promoted a spatio-temporal, multi-sensory experience. Using as a starting point the recent book on the Scala Santa by Nadja Horsch and the discussion of the somaesthetic devotion of Renaissance pilgrims by Allie Terry-Fritsch, the paper will be particularly concerned with the spatial dimension and materiality of religious experience as well as the use of bodily performance to engage with the Passion.

Generali agerent, ut in urbem vocaveris, donec vivo, res mihi esset gratissima. Noyes, Wesleyan University The proposed paper plots networks of Counter-Reformation science, gift exchange, and patronage, against material and print culture in Rome ca. In , Maelcote published in Rome his treatise Astrolabiorum treating his own astrolabium aequinoctiale, containing engraved printed designs that could be fashioned into a working instrument, and dedicated to teenage Italian Prince Francesco Damasceni.

Meanings of Manhood in 17th-Century Aristocratic Households Laurie Nussdorfer, Wesleyan University This paper explores interactions among men and boys of different status who lived together in noble households. Using family correspondence it focuses on the relations, spaces and objects that constructed notions of male identity in Baroque Rome Because of the disproportionate size of the male population papal Rome had many households composed largely of men. Patriarchal ideology dictated a clear hierarchy not only between men and women but also between men, but peculiarities of Roman politics and society inflected household hierarchies in unusual ways.

Using the correspondence of Ferdinando Orsini of the Bracciano line and Orazio Spada , both with sizeable numbers of brothers and sons but also large numbers of male servants, the paper will analyze the texture of interactions that helped to constitute notions of gender in Baroque Rome.

His aristocratic fellow countryman Michel de Montaigne, on the other hand, provided a more sardonic view of the ceremonial context in which such music was practiced during the s. His authorship, concealed in the print itself, became evident when he published the poems in his Rime et prose volgari Rome: Blado, , with a dedication to Cardinal Alessandro Farnese. Their prominent position in the madrigal book serves as a kind of signature and suggests that Brevio could have collaborated with the composer in the selection and ordering of the contents. This paper 1 reports on newly discovered documents that place Brevio in Rome in the household of Cardinal Domenico Grimani; 2 explores Roman connections between Brevio and several of the poets in the madrigal book; and 3 identifies two manuscripts as Brevio autographs.

Gli editti e bandi a stampa. This statement also regards the history of the Roman Jews, especially after the creation of the ghetto in under the papacy of Paul IV. The paper will provide an overview on the sixteenth-century dispositions and limitations against Roman Jews, with a special focus on the decrees issued by the Congregation of Roman Inquisition or Holy Office. La bibliografia comprende numerosi saggi scientifici dedicati dapprima al Medio Evo e al Quattrocento, e negli ultimi anni al Cinque e Seicento. Le fonti di grandi capolavori del primo Cinquecento, quali la Trasfigurazione di Raffaello, la Resurrezione di Lazzaro di Sebastiano del Piombo e la Visione di Ezechiele, ancora di Raffaello si trovano in alcuni trattati teologici, pervasi tutti da fermenti profetici, a partire dalla ben nota Apocalypsis Nova.

Inoltre nella cerchia di Leone X e di suo cugino Giulio particolarissima importanza avevano gli studi cabbalistici degli ebraisti Egidio da Viterbo e Pietro Galatino. Inoltre, essendo San Pietro in Montorio di patronato della corona spagnola, di particolare rilievo per questa committenza sono i coevi rapporti con il mondo iberico. Cucco M. Gisondi M. Suggs L. Carassa A. Agreeing and disagreeing with allora , In G. Gobber et al. Rivista di critica, storia letteraria, filologia e linguistica, n.

Cuenca ed. Lurati F. Giornale della dedica e altro 1 Mandelli A. Il paesaggio notturno tra vita di notte, sicurezza, inquinamento luminoso , GEA, paesaggi, territori, geografie, n. Mandelli A. Problemi dell'Informazione , Il Mulino. IX, No. FilQp Eds. Hoynes: The Business of Media. In: Riseaux n0 Interactions et discours professionnels , Carnets du Cediscor, Arbia G. Bologna 4 Ruspini P. Cottier B. Arbia G. Statistical Review, 61, 2, Arbia G. XII, Arbia G. Libro Lobinger K. Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien Bleiklie I.

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Mouton deGruyter Christopher S. Osservatorio linguistico della Svizzera italiana Pfleiderer G. Cooper, Roma Seele P. Metropolis Valikangas L. The definitive guide to outlier strategies. Thematic issue of Studies in Communication Sciences. Antonio Banfi negli anni della sua formazione.

Edizioni di Storia e Letteratura Christopher S. Un manuale per la scuola media superiore. Argumentation in context. Peter Lang Russ-Mohl S. Peter Lang Cucco M. Carocci, Roma Maggi M. Milano, Abscondita Lasagni M. Il cinema documentario, storia e teoria. Bruno Mondadori Balbi G. Peter Lang: Bern. Inversini A. Dante Alighieri Guldin R. Laterza: Roma-Bari.

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Una guida transdisciplinare per interpretare il vecchio e il nuovo. Napoli: Orthotes Haring S. CS Publishing Celli A. Le fonti islamiche nella storiografia novecentesca. Carocci Geise S. Perspektiven und Herausforderungen der Visuellen Kommunikationsforschung. Rubbettino Editore Cucco M. Marsilio, Venezia Russ-Mohl S. Grundprobleme von Risiko, Vertrauen, Schuld. TVZ Schulz P. Fondamenti, metodi e strumenti. Roma: Carocci. Russ-Mohl S. Clio Viroli M. Princeton University Press. Princeton, Princeton University press Christopher S. Evaluation und Analyse des Angebots und dessen Nutzung.

Cobley P. Peter J. Cobley Geise S. Analysen zu einem Spannungsfeld Visueller Kommunikationsforschung. Laterza Pasquier M. Routledge Ornati M. La customer experience nell'era digitale. Strategie, best practices, scenari del settore moda e lusso. Campud della Moda. Seele, Peter; Seele, Katrin. Iztok-Zapad Borghini S. Egea Riva S. Bounded Rationality and medical choices. Making good decisions for own health.

Dante Alighieri, Roma Mandelli A. Il Mulino Russ-Mohl S. Albanische Auflage Savard J. Teorie e pratiche della cittadinanza. Routledge Cantoni L. Geschichte der SRG, Band 3. Lee, Ut pictura poesis. La teoria umanistica della pittura. Milano, SE Guldin R. Egea Garau S. Edizioni di Storia e Letteratura. Roma Giacomelli S. Albatros Morganti F. Bollati Boringhieri, Torino Viroli M. Diabasis Guldin R. Egea Mazza R. Springer-Verlag, London Fiocca R. Roma: Carocci Musacchio Adorisio A.

Palgrave, London Varaldo R. Le medie imprese italiane dell'era globale. Franco Angeli, Milano Guldin R. Fink UTB, Paderborn. Storia della Radiotelevisione svizzera di lingua italiana.

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Routledge, Natale S. Web Histories from the first 25 Years of the World Wide Web. Peter Lang, Dagnino G. Aldo Grasso a c. Maraj stressing on the need for standardization to enable global growth. Commenting on the changing face of financial services due to the advent of digitization, Dr. This means that there is an ample room for the industry to invest and to participate in the digital revolution. Moreover, e-commerce will be a very good channel to manage the liquidity of Islamic banks.

This is a challenge that has long been waiting for a solution. E-commerce seems to be a promising sphere. With the fintech revolution, online sales can seamlessly meet the requirement of Islamic finance. If Islamic banks invest in this area, they will be able potentially to reap lucrative returns from a growing large sector, manage their liquidly efficiently, and participate in real economic growth and development. The conference also played host to an exclusive interview of H.

Khalid Al Rumaihi, Chief Executive, Bahrain Economic Development Board, which focused on emerging projects and financing, the value added tax which will be implemented in the Kingdom in addition to the benefits and risks of digitization. Al Rumaihi also mentioned the key milestones achieved by the GCC countries during the past three decades, and how they have employed the bilateral cooperation as a factor to promote brotherly countries and unite efforts to succeed in the initiatives and plans set in this regard.

The Islamic Financial Services industry has shown tremendous progress as one of the fastest growing asset classes in the world. The industry continues to expand in many emerging and advanced markets and introduce new standards that should further help develop products and attract investors. In order to for Islamic banks to expand their geographical footprints further over the coming years, they must be able to compete more effectively and tackle a number of key challenges facing the industry, including delivering cost efficiencies, building greater talent pools, enhancing corporate governance; leveraging digitization, delivering innovative products that meet genuine market needs; and ensuring risk management systems are up to par.

For the Islamic finance industry to build a solid foundation for the next phase of international growth, the industry must undergo transformation in a number of key areas. The 25th Anniversary World Islamic Banking Conference WIBC is a key platform for industry leaders to put a spotlight on the challenges, innovations, latest developments and technological solutions essential for further growth of the global Islamic banking and finance sector.

This was followed by the joint launch of Casablanca Finance City CFC -Thomson Reuters Report — Islamic Finance in Africa: The upcoming frontier that provides an industry landscape of Islamic finance in African countries with an overview of the industry development in 5 African countries including Morocco. The conference proved to be the ideal launchpad for a number of key financial intelligence reports and also saw the launch of The Global Report on Islamic Finance — The role of Islamic finance in financing long-term investments by Islamic Development Bank that highlights how Islamic finance could help mobilize long-term funding for development programs.

Other key highlights from the day include the panel discussions focusing on economic growth and sustainable finance, the Fintech Panel on the Digitization Journey of a Global Bank and the Region Round Table focusing on Africa. Leading industry experts analyzed the challenges at hand and focused on coming up with effective suggestions with the ultimate aim of developing a convergence roadmap for the Islamic Finance industry at large.

The seminar concluded with a critical discussion on the latest developments in global financial markets that saw an assessment of Benchmark Rate Reform and the preparedness levels of Islamic financial institutions. The session also discussed the need for digitization of Islamic financial contracts and products and the challenges which Islamic banks have to overcome particularly in adopting smart contracts. Probably everybody knows that story about a guy who meets three builders on their lunch break.

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So that means that the first two builders were wrong? If you look at the big picture, suddenly the cathedral will appear in your eyes. How do they look like? Which is the most beautiful? Real innovation means projecting a new cathedral or instead thinking about a breakthrough building something completely different of even more ambitious? If instead you are one of the first two builders, welcome in a completely different world. Welcome in the world of incremental innovation.

In such a case innovation is about:. Can I think of adopting some slightly different material? The most widespread kind of innovation. It means an innovation that concerns an existing product, service, process, organization or method whose performance has been significantly enhanced or upgraded.

Here is the point. In your organization you need to frame both things: both the brick and the cathedral. Looking for disruption will be an healthy and wonderful bet on a different future, but in the end every great innovation will become routine and incremental innovation is the only thing that will allow your firm to stay ahead in business. Yes, because incremental innovation is important, being largely the dominant form of innovation.

In facts, blue ocean is some kind of unicorn. In facts, buliding a new cathedral can be challenging, being disruptive can be fashionable and sound positively ambitious too, but at the other side its a very complex process, rather than a discrete event, and generally implies a sophisticated and risky process. This not just about providing training and know how but also being ready to timely transform a series of positive experiences and practices into best practices, and into a continual advance in change management process,.

That will be a useful exercise: from time to time, asking your team about the way they see their job. Reading the latest available reports and figures on development and related issues of islamic finance from the point of view of entrepreneurs and young startuppers across the world a few facts are clear.

First of all there are facts and requests coming from this specific entrepreneurial and financial environment that are surprisingly similar or even equal to the requests of new entrepreneurs not belonging to that area. The most frequent issues that young Islamic entrepreneurs are facing seem related to the following subjects:. The truth is that we can say almost the same thing for the rest of the world.

E QUITY : acquiring the best financial culture able to make the most efficient use of resources in order to timely accelerate, boost and stabilise startup growth. So, it really looks like that every startup is carrying some specific financing, cultural, and social issues because, in the end, every new entrepreneurs is introducing somehow newly formed DNA into the system. This DNA makes the startupper look for a specific and sometimes unique combination of the 3 E.

Clik here to access the material. Access the full list here. An exclusive Interview. Recent interdisciplinary scientific developments and new technologies in the near future will allow, thanks to new diagnostic approaches, to abandon a system where prevention is sporadic and medical intervention is conceived right after the onset of a disease and move on to a new preventive, predictive, personalized model with routinary, constant on going controls.

We would then move from a structured model to treat the diseases to a structured proactive model to prevent the onset of diseases, which would allow all citizens to enjoy those social rights enshrined by the Constitution, specifically the right to health, while reducing global expenditure on health. Thanks to Dr. The Naked pitcher. The ability of management to address and communicate with examples , because it seems that especially managers are afraid to set the right example by openly admitting they did something wrong not understanding that there is much more to learn from a mistake than from a success , but if they do, they develop antibodies to mismanagement and so does the organizations they lead, because they are permitting a person to do things incorrectly or make errors of judgment without consequences, empowering themselves and learning how to take and handle risks.

Mismanagement occurs where and when an organization is not taking risks anymore;. Mismanagement is a virus affecting all kind of organizations, in every state of their growth. Mismanagement is a real plague of entrepreneurship,. Mismanagement can be seen as a degeneration of leadership, when leaders stop producing added value for their firms and literally feed on their own organizations, sometimes causing its death.

Why is that? Mismanagement is often connected with the trend of over-simplifying problems ; not considering possible alternatives and assuming that compromise in necessarily negative. Healthy competition provides motivation but this is not the case if a leader is constantly managing the firm against something or someone looking for destruction rather than construction. When an organization breaks up into factions, you are missing the big picture: instead always act professionaly local but feel global: give the best highly specialized contribute to your company, but never miss the big picture.

Here a test to perform in order to avoid mismanagement practice and discover its early symptoms:. In the coming weeks there will be more interesting contents and full coverage during the event days. We also would like to give a special thanks to the organization for making this possible.

Introduced in and forming the basis of the annual WIBC Performance Awards is the WIBC Leaderboard: a first-of-its-kind comprehensive assessment tool aimed at helping the Islamic finance industry to critically appraise the challenges and growth opportunities that lie ahead.

The WIBC Leaderboard ranks Islamic banks as compared to their key competitors at the global and regional levels, based on various robust financial and governance metrics. In addition to the individual metrics, banks will be ranked on the basis of an aggregate score, which forms the apex of the WIBC Leaderboard. This aggregate index holistically ranks entities on the basis of the aforementioned financial and governance measures.

The innovative 25 th edition will also see an Award for the Fastest Growing Bank in terms of asset growth to recognize an Islamic financial institution that has expanded rapidly over the last year. To find out more about the 25 th World Islamic Banking Conference , visit: www. For 25 years, our exclusive focus on achieving business results for the Islamic finance industry has enabled us to create significant value for the leading players in the Islamic banking, finance and investment markets.

Visit us at www. Per raggiungere il Palazzo delle Esposizioni. The same happens for some interesting Muslim startups reported troubles in tapping capital sources from investors that can fully understand Shariah rules and appropriately value their markets. Entrepreneurship therefore can represent a way to overcome problems and favourite integration, and forums, angel investors, mainstream VC and equity-based financing can probably in this case boost this process much better than other traditional financing channels.

And this is important, because entrepreneurship is inherently a growth, transcultural and transborder factor for society, because for its nature believes in value creation, communication with an always larger base of consumers, growth through partnership etc etc. What we do with this stories?

We learn from failure, is the most common answer. There is a cultural gap to overcome. For a community or an ethnic startup, the typical additional questions are:. However, not always this way to think is correct as well as not necessarily an ethnic startup represents a riskier activity. For the same reasons, serving a market niche is not necessarily a bad thing, especially if that niche gives the access attractive, uncontested blue ocean and the proposed idea is really innovative.

Tell always your story, then!!! And, most of all, the difficulties you experienced. Every entrepreneur should get the same chances of presenting their idea and of being objectively evaluated for the value of their plans. To make this chance of integration trough entrepreneurship something more than a dream, such a kind of startups certainly need more than others:. You simply cannot wait for customer request. They will be:. Having a product specification the sooner, the better in the early stage of firm development will help you to:.

Yes because, through the specification, you can start a continuous process of improvement and optimization, getting precise and punctual feedback by partners and customers. So, I began to think about what might be the elements of the best, most powerful investor pitch. I spoke with a selection of Angel Investors to learn what they look for in an investor pitch, and what causes them to want to look more deeply into a potential investment. The following elements are those that were mentioned by all of the investors I spoke to, and so I feel are the elements that not only attract stakeholders, but represent the most powerful investor pitches.

Value Proposition. This is a term in business parlance that most everyone talks about like they know what they are talking about, but generally get wrong. A simple, clear definition, and the way it should be discussed in an investor pitch, goes like this. Every problem is an opportunity for a creative solution. So first, describe what the problem the opportunity is. Now, all opportunities have a current solution. So next, tell your audience what the current solution is. Follow this up with what you need to execute.

Management Team. So, sell the management team as full-time, committed and passionate people who intend to make this business happen. Investors are attracted to large, primary markets, although niche markets can be interesting because they often represent an underserved audience.

Because market share is a zero-sum game, when a new company enters a market and begins to get sales, it is accumulating share, and that share is coming at the expense of another competitor. And, that all you need: time — time to accumulate strength so that you can more effectively respond when he does come after you.

Frankly, financials are much less important than most people think. However, they do have to be addressed. That tells investors that the financial projections have been thought about and might be more than a simple guess. Software, for example, can be protected by trade secret.

Finally, enthusiasm is infectious. So, include these five things in your investor pitch and exude passion and enthusiasm, and you will have a much more powerful investor pitch than any I listened to at the competitions I attended. William Rossi is Professor Emeritus of Entrepreneurship at the University of Florida, having taught at both in the undergraduate and graduate Entrepreneurship Program there for 15 years.

Prior to teaching, Professor Rossi initially held several senior level positions with Ford, Goodrich and Picker International. After relocating to Florida in , Rossi worked in executive management positions in smaller entrepreneurial companies and was a principal in several. Rossi holds a Master of Science degree in Operations Research from the University of Massachusetts and an undergraduate degree in mechanical and industrial engineering from Ohio University.

Worked previously in several non profit organizations but also interned in many businesses. ISO , quality, QSM quality management, certification… Many terms and concepts that have been talked about for the last 10 years and many new entrepreneurs, managers, business students and public get mixed between these concepts and others and find it hard to understand exactly what is about!

In this article we will explain in very simple words what quality is about and what are the most important concepts that we have to know about as students, consumers, entrepreneurs, present or future managers. In other very simple words, quality is the degree of which the organization presents the object product, service, process, system… the way it was exactly demanded by the customer. The concept of quality is dedicated towards the customer and not for the businesses or for the marketing as lot of people think.

And of course the quality issue depends on what I want as a customer, how I want it, when and using which tools. Understanding the real meaning of quality assurance and writing down accurate product specifications, may represent the key to success for many firms. A quality management system QMS on the other hand is a set of policies, requirements, standards, rules needed to accomplish the execution, production through a particular process in the company.

We hear often that the organization X or the Process Y is certified ISO , and we often do not understand what it means or how it can help us as customers. So when we say tha t X or Y are certified means that they follow the requirements of a standard ISO for eg. In very simple words, it means that the organization respects the rules of ISO in making a certain product, service or system. ISO : is related to quality management ISO means that the business have respected the quality required by the customer from the very first stages of concepts to the very last steps of production and beyond.

ISO means that quality was respected from the production till the after sales services…. How can ISO helps my business as an entrepreneur?

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Being certified as ISO family does help the organizations in many ways:. The quality of a management team is the single most key determinant of business success. Following are some tips to assessing, restructuring and powering up your business team. First, of the things that most attract investors to a company, a quality management team is nearly always quoted as the most key element.

It trumps product and market in almost every survey. The reason: a great team can take a mediocre product and make it successful, while a mediocre team can fail with a great product. A survey conducted by Profit Dynamics among professional investors evidences this notion. When asked in this survey what factors most influenced the decision to invest, management quality ranked 1 among all responses.

Others like market size and proprietary technology were seen as important, but paled in significance to management quality. When asked the reasons that most drove the decision to decline investment, again lack of an experienced management team ranked 1 by a wide margin in the response of these investors. So, what constitutes a quality management team? The response of these professional investors was overwhelming: it means experience, track record. A flexible management team, one that recognizes its shortcomings and is willing to recruit the right team members, was quoted a close second.

The first step in upgrading a management team is to assess both your current talents and your needs. This has to be an honest assessment. Remember, investors want to know either that you have the requisite experience, or that you know that you need it and are flexible to get it. An advisory board is not a legal entity, and has no fiduciary or financial responsibility. It simply operates at the discretion of the company to advise the company in its areas of expertise.

This a critically important, collateral element of the management team, and can provide powerful leverage in both operating and financing capacities. Populated with people of recognized experience, your board brings instant credibility to the company. Finally, once you have an advisory board, use it. Have regular meetings and listen to your advisors. In conclusion, the quality of the management team is critical for both company direction and financing. Experience counts the most, but willingness to recruit the right team is a close second. An advisory board can be a powerful addition to any business team if populated and used intelligently.

When you have to write a paper try to make upside-down the rules you find on the net or in manuals and ask yourself the following questions:. Vai al contenuto. In evidenza As the robot revolution approaches, companies will increasingly rely on smart machines and robots replacing functions previously performed by humans, looking for continuous optimization for both processes and workflow. But it this task that simple? Clearly not. Mandela Tutte le imprese hanno bisogno di strategia.