The GRO initiative has an important value, because it exemplifies how it is possible to draw on a variety of different actors in society such as university, public and business. In order to try to achieve a common goal of creating a strategy for growth and jobs in the future. In order to carry out such a strategy, there must exist a living and dynamic network, in which businesses and people help each other and themselves to develop and innovate their business.
Giulia Nardelli conferred the European Facility Management Researcher of the Year 2014 Award
Ph.D. candidate at CBIT Giulia Nardelli has been awarded the European Facility Management Researcher of the Year 2014 Award by the European Facility Management Network. Giulia received the award in the light of her research on innovation processes in facility management services during the European Facility Management Conference (EFMC) 2014, which took place in Berlin, 4th-6th June 2014. Giulia’s research focuses on how interactions between stakeholders unfold throughout innovation processes in services, and how service organisations and their stakeholders navigate and manage such unfolding to reach successful outcomes.