Giancarlo Agresti

Partner

Education

La Sapienza University of Rome (Italy)
Degree in Economics
Italian Institute of Chartered Accountants
Italian institute of Auditors

Past Experience

Arthur Andersen Business Consulting
Partner
Ernst & Young Financial Business Advisor
Partner

Giancarlo Agresti is located in our Rome office.

During the last 30 years, Giancarlo has assisted relevant Telecommunication, Media, Automotive, Aerospace and Retail players in their strategy decisions (regulatory positioning, turnaround plan, pricing and costing strategy) and performance improvement programs (retail network optimization, customer experience excellence programs, performance model design, profitability analysis).

Giancarlo holds a degree in Economics from the “La Sapienza” University of Rome.
 

Recent Publications

Interview: Using innovation to create sustainable growth
An interview with Alessandro Profumo, CEO, Leonardo S.p.A.(formerly Finmeccanica Group S.p.A.) Francesco Marsella, Giancarlo Agresti, Andrea Visentin Alessandro Profumo is the chief executive officer of Leonardo S.p.A., a role he has held since May 16, 2017. He has also been the honorary chairman of AIAD (the Italian Industries Federation for Aerospace, Defense and Security) since July 2017 and chairman of the Fondazione Ricerca & Imprenditorialità since February 2018.
Planning strategic competences of the future
Different companies from different industries have been linking HR planning with corporate strategy, but how could HR become an enabler of success? While most often, HR planning is focused on workload management and the short term (or at least the medium term, according to the strategic planning horizon), over the next 5 to 10 years many relevant emerging trends could affect the business: technology switch, multi-channel sales, the customer of the future, industry convergence, open innovation.
Retail network – Radical changes ahead
Technological disruptions and new client needs are causing the automotive industry to evolve toward a model based on mobility services. Mobility on demand will become its greatest component, which will require transitioning from a product model to a service model. Therefore, dealers will need to develop new competencies and capabilities aligned with:
Telecom retail & consumer protection
Telecom players dedicate significant resources to complying with retail & consumer protection (RCP) regulation, having created complex horizontal processes and tools spanning several departments. Despite this, the complexity of the subject and the continuous flow of new rules often translate into unwise actions (eventually punished by regulatory institutions).

Giancarlo Agresti is located in our Rome office.

During the last 30 years, Giancarlo has assisted relevant Telecommunication, Media, Automotive, Aerospace and Retail players in their strategy decisions (regulatory positioning, turnaround plan, pricing and costing strategy) and performance improvement programs (retail network optimization, customer experience excellence programs, performance model design, profitability analysis).

Giancarlo holds a degree in Economics from the “La Sapienza” University of Rome.
 

Recent Publications

Interview: Using innovation to create sustainable growth
An interview with Alessandro Profumo, CEO, Leonardo S.p.A.(formerly Finmeccanica Group S.p.A.) Francesco Marsella, Giancarlo Agresti, Andrea Visentin Alessandro Profumo is the chief executive officer of Leonardo S.p.A., a role he has held since May 16, 2017. He has also been the honorary chairman of AIAD (the Italian Industries Federation for Aerospace, Defense and Security) since July 2017 and chairman of the Fondazione Ricerca & Imprenditorialità since February 2018.
Planning strategic competences of the future
Different companies from different industries have been linking HR planning with corporate strategy, but how could HR become an enabler of success? While most often, HR planning is focused on workload management and the short term (or at least the medium term, according to the strategic planning horizon), over the next 5 to 10 years many relevant emerging trends could affect the business: technology switch, multi-channel sales, the customer of the future, industry convergence, open innovation.
Retail network – Radical changes ahead
Technological disruptions and new client needs are causing the automotive industry to evolve toward a model based on mobility services. Mobility on demand will become its greatest component, which will require transitioning from a product model to a service model. Therefore, dealers will need to develop new competencies and capabilities aligned with:
Telecom retail & consumer protection
Telecom players dedicate significant resources to complying with retail & consumer protection (RCP) regulation, having created complex horizontal processes and tools spanning several departments. Despite this, the complexity of the subject and the continuous flow of new rules often translate into unwise actions (eventually punished by regulatory institutions).

More About Giancarlo
  • La Sapienza University of Rome (Italy)
    Degree in Economics
  • Italian Institute of Chartered Accountants
    Italian institute of Auditors
  • Arthur Andersen Business Consulting
    Partner
  • Ernst & Young Financial Business Advisor
    Partner