The future that awaits us on the other side of the pandemic remains very much a terra incognita. This may seem at first glance to be a banal statement. After all, nobody is able to predict the future with any certainty, not even insurers, whose job is to forecast everything, especially the risks, to calculate their probability, assign them a value, and find solutions to mitigate them. And yet...
by Gabriele Galateri di Genola
Despite enabling us to reach unprecedented milestones, our development model also exposes us to risks and shocks. By changing perspective, we can learn to manage them.
by Mauro Magatti
We analyse globalisation from two perspectives, the pandemic (temporary) and the new geopolitical assets (contrasting).
by Dario Di Vico
Generali's role in addressing this critical challenge for our future is clear: lead the green transition from the front.
by Philippe Donnet
I am a professor and I teach a course called "Leadership and Happiness."
by Arthur C. Brooks
In the arts, meritocracy means representing an open community and offering a space for the complexity of our modern age.
by Giovanna Melandri
The “next generation” will be at the heart of European strategies: but who are Generation Alpha?
by Loredana Cirillo
COP26 demonstrated that there is a willingness to act on climate change. But there's no time to waste.
The Editorial Office
A photojournalism feature about a country that has been able to transform its economy by adopting sustainable models: Iceland.
by Simone Tramonte
A sustainable future starts with adopting a number of practical decisions and measures in the present.
by Vittorio Emanuele Parsi
We are approaching a new age of fiscal and monetary policy.
by Generali Investments
With SME EnterPRIZE, Generali seeks to assist European SMEs in their sustainable transition.
The Editorial Office
An international virtual exhibition and a digital artwork to recognise and give voice to women while contributing to equality.
Interview with Pierre Maraval
Generali’s many initiatives in support of international artistic heritage throughout its 190-year history.
by the Editorial Office
The “This is Tomorrow” project relays the values of Generali and the company’s longstanding love affair with illustrated posters through the work of six great illustrators.
by Luca Massimo Barbero