20 May 2015


The idea behind this article is based on the deep desire to share an important and historical transition that involves OpenKnowledge.

The new paradigms linked to transformation we prefigured when OpenKnowledge has been found, nowadays spread out showing an exponential and explosive acceleration. Organizations and markets are facing a disrupting and unprecedented age made of technological and organizational changes that come from collaborative models and networking logics we glimpsed and brought forward in a right way: from sharing economy to the Internet of things, from exponential organizations to social (big) data.

We like to talk about a “collaborative disruption” that involves not only people who interact with people and/or things, but also things that can interact with other things. This new type of collaboration is redesigning the ways human beings co-create value, build organizations and also relations. Afterwards, we can say that this “collaborative disruption” is changing the ways of doing business in the XXI century.

Today we need to strongly support the power of this long path we walked through hand-in-hand with clients and partners, showing how this itinerary grew up in the last years thanks to all the projects we carried out according to our knowledge base. Furthermore, this shared path headed and supported the entire business community and, in particular, its change management dynamics related to technological, strategic, organizational and value redesign issues inside and outside organizations.

The development and release of an application able to measure a company’s readiness concerning its transformational journey represents our contribution and our latest tool for supporting companies in all the leadership and organizational changes that involve their business models and internal systems.

We are working on new tools and solutions that will arise in the next months, revealing our will of keep on innovating without fear or trembling with an important idea in mind: to bring forward again our clients’ and stakeholders’ needs and wants.

We are also describing and innovation that concerned and concern us, inevitably.

The workspaces redesign of our new offices, but also the corporate image and identity rebranding, are two tangible examples of the innovation process we are passing through.

“They have lost their head”: this one could be the irreverent joke regarding the new logo lettering, deprived of the head. By the way, we are not frightened by this possibility, because as Einstein said “To lose your head, you must have one”.

Good luck with your work and with your future.


Rosario Sica