Chief Human Resources Officer Ferrari
Michele Antoniazzi has been Head of Human Resources since April 2016.
Prior to joining Ferrari, he held several senior roles at Magneti Marelli, becoming Human Resources Director of the Automotive Lighting Business Line in 2012.
Previously, he was Human Resources Director of the Suspension Systems Business Line, a position he held from 2009 to 2012, and Head of Organizational Development of the Magneti Marelli Sector, from 2006 to 2012. He holds a degree in work and organizational psychology from the University of Padua.
Moderators: Pierluigi Bonora, Il Giornale & Simona Dell'Utri, CEO e Founder BEVALORY
The automotive industry is moving toward an increasingly digital, connected, autonomous and green future thanks to new technologies and innovations in the world of products and services. The industry will employ a growing number of highly skilled professionals, with an ever-increasing demand for vertical skills.
The automotive world needs skills which today are in short supply at all levels. The number of young people embarking on a degree program is steadily decreasing, and fewer and fewer are completing the degree. With the arrival of the virtual world, there is an additional need for very specific skills involving technologies to provide the product and service.
We must also consider the emergence of major social phenomena, such as war and the energy crisis, that have convinced many people to review their work-life balance pacts with companies. How to engage, incentivize, and stimulate new talent in the specific field? How to train them for actual Market (STEM) needs.