Written by Tommaso Limonta

Degree in Modern History, Master in International Affairs at ISPI, Master in Business Management at ISTUD. For three years (2005-2008) he has collaborated as junior researcher with the Italo-German Centre Villa Vigoni, focusing his research activity on the relations between Italy and Germany at historical, economic and social level. He is currently researcher at ISTUD where he carries out his research activities on human resources and organizational studies, with a particular emphasis on the use of multicultural approaches in training programmes for managers and executives. As project manager of the training path "Analogies. Lessons for managers", he coordinates the activities linked to the analogical methodology with a particular attention to the historical approach. He has been involved in the submission of some LLP and Erasmus + projects and has collaborated with the Health Care Area with a particular attention to the use of the narrative approach in the applied research.