Klaas IJkema

Antonio Cappiello

E-mail: cappiello@het-imo.net

Joining IMO is the natural outcome of my career path started in 1979 as a worker in a car components factory while I was also studying at university (graduated in Political Science and Sociology in 1986). Afterward I have worked in several organizations and in different roles: professional, unions official, entrepreneur, enabling me to develop a large knowledge of the organizations and to work with them as a consultant and trainer.

Actually my consultant activity has changed over time, too. Gradually I enlarged my focus  from  connecting work organization and strategic use of information technology, to helping management teams to deal with issues like change, innovation and development. I had the opportunity to work with some of the primary Italian private and public companies, such as ENI Group, City of Turin, Lombardy Region, Carrefour, SKF, Autostrada Torino-Savona, SAI Insurance, as well as with several SMEs and smaller entities.

Since 2012 I have been focusing on local public administration entities all over Italian territory, helping them to deal with the following issues: strategic and operational planning, internal control system; prevention of corruption and transparency.

My aim is to help them to face these issues in terms of organisational development principles, instead of bureaucratic accomplishment as they are accustomed to. I manage a blog (www.anticorruzioneintelligente.it) where I publish regularly articles, information and educational material about anti-corruption. I set up and get alive a group on socials on the same topic (https://www.facebook.com/groups/anticorruzioneintelligente/).

In IMO I have found new impulses and perspectives, and, above all, colleagues with whom I can dialogue, research, work. We have a common direction through a path we build while walking together. I live my work with enthusiasm and I accompany my daily activity with endless research on individual and organizational development. I observe, dialogue with people and read all kind of books, from novels to essays. That’s my favorite way to develop myself.