Entrepreneurship and Project Management Workshop ended last Friday: a cross training and educational path promoted by the Humanities (DISUM) Department of the Bari University in collaboration with Eusoft. The course, which has been attended by about fourty students from different humanities faculties, had the aim of sharing with participants Business Organization and Project Management fundamentals, in particular referring to the ICT industry.

However, the final goal of this Workshop was to enhance the role of Cross Skills as a key success factor in enterprises. “Today, more than ever, the belief that innovation is synonymous of transversal knowledge is growing in the business world”, said Donatella Colantuono, Workshop’s lecturer and Executive Assistant in Eusoft. “Paradigmatism is the neologism STEManism, which defines going beyond the dichotomy between scientific and humanistic disciplines, taking advantage of a contaminated environment which represents a real value and a new professionals’ development opportunity for a company”.

 The Transversal skills laboratory wanted to highlight professional profiles with a diversified background. “As a company we have been looking for hybrid figures in the past”, said Stefano D’Ascoli, CEO at Eusoft. “The excessive profiles’ specialization born after the industrial revolution is no longer needed today, as we take advantage of artificial algorithms to work in different industry’s areas. On the contrary, we are challenged by complex issues based on variable schemes that requires an out-of-the-box thinking”.

The enthusiastic participation to this initiatives by numerous companies demonstrates that a mixed know-how is the best solution to the present and future challenges. The workshop has been a great professional and personal growth opportunity for students, ended with a round table and one-to-one meeting.

What about the future? Certainly the need of multidisciplinary skills will be stronger than ever before. For this reason. Eusoft will continue promoting this new revolutional culture based on contamination and transversality.