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Energising Creativity. The role of leaders and corporate culture for developing creativity and new ideas

Richard Hytner, Former CEO EMEA and Deputy Chairman Global Strategy & Innovation; Founder; Adjunct Professor of Marketing, Saatchi & Saatchi; Blue Hat Man; Beta baboon; London Business School

When innovation fails: cosa (non) fare per innovare in azienda

Enzo Carrone, Deputy CIO, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Stanford University

What does it take to be a great Leader? Hints from the business world for future leaders

Amparo Moraleda, Member, Royal Academy of Economic and Financial Sciences (Barcelona); Non-executive Director, Airbus and Vodafone; Former General Manager IBM for Spain, Portugal, Greece, Israel, and Turkey

Country focus USA: future scenarios and possible impacts on Europe and Italy

Alec Ross, (Author; Distinguished Visiting Professor, Bologna Business School

The future of Leadership: challenges and opportunities in the Post-Pandemic World

Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, Chairman Emeritus, Nestlé, Independent Director, Delta Topco Limited;

Preventing future health crises: most relevant scientific and technological developments of the last 12 months

Mauro Ferrari, President and CEO, DXT Inc.; Professor of Pharmaceutics, University of Washington

Country focus Italy

Fabio Tamburini, Editor-In-Chief, Il Sole 24 Ore

The Green New Era: reshaping industry for a sustainable future

Adair Turner, Senior Fellow and Chairman of the Governing Body, Institute for New Economic Thinking;, Chairman, Energy Transitions Commission

The role of science and technology in the fight against the Pandemic

Fabiola Gianotti, Director-General, CERN

The path to the European economic recovery

Klaus Regling, Managing Director, European Stability Mechanism - EMS

Tomorrow’s Italy: challenges and opportunities in a country that changes

Corrado Passera, Founder & CEO, illimity

The Great Economists: how their ideas can help us today

Linda Yueh, Fellow in Economics at St Edmund Hall, University of Oxford