Securing an innovative and collaborative work ecosystem requires a cohesive team. When different generations, however, confront each other on different work issues, the challenges become more pronounced. The increasing entry of Gen Z into the world of work forces companies to think deeply to understand their desires and expectations. Understanding cultural differences between generations is necessary to be able to implement strategies and plans that can be effective in attracting talent. This course will explore the potential of intergenerational skills as a key to business success.


Virginia Stagni in 2017 joins the Financial Times publishing group in London and in 2020 acquires the role of Head of Business Development, becoming the youngest manager in the more than 130-year history of the Anglo-Saxon newspaper.

Since September 1, 2023, he has been Chief Marketing Officer of The Adecco Group Italy, and a member of the Italian Leadership Team.

A graduate in Economics and Management for Arts, Culture and Communication from Bocconi University, she then earned her master’s degree in Media & Communications from the London School of Economics and Political Science. Prominent among her numerous awards is the Italian Embassy in London Talented Young Italians award for internationally developing the relationship between the UK and Italy. In 2021 he entered the Forbes Italy Under 30 and Fortune Under 40 lists.

Target audience

Women entrepreneurs, business owners, managers, and professionals who wish to enhance their skills through comprehensive and authoritative insights into cutting-edge management issues.