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Logos è un centro di ricerca, formazione e consulenza per lo sviluppo organizzativo e il potenziamento delle persone. La struttura organizzativa di Logos è a rete: un network di psicologi, giuristi, antropologi, economisti, accademici, architetti, designer, attori, filosofi, ricercatori. La nostra missione è facilitare il confronto tra ambiti professionali e disciplinari diversi, flessibilità e apertura al cambiamento, interazione continua tra la dimensione della riflessione e quella dell’operatività.

La conoscenza è il fattore chiave e deriva dalle migliori menti all’opera: persone orientate agli obiettivi, professionisti affidabili e realmente esperti, studiosi fuori dal comune.

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Logos is a center for research, consulting, education and training for organizational development and personal empowerment. Logos is a networked structure: a network comprising psychologists, lawyers, anthropologists, economists, architects, graphic designers, actors, philosophers, academics and researchers working. Our mission is aimed at facilitating the debate among different approaches, flexibility and change, continuing interaction between reflection and effectiveness.

Knowledge is the key factor and derives from the best minds at work: goal oriented achievers, trusted professionals with business savvy and broad industry experience, exceptional scholars. We are a leading knowledge network based on the "Logos" (λόγoς), that is a word coming from the ancient Greek verb λέγειν (leghein) that means to choose, to tell, to enumerate.

In pre-Socratic philosophy, the meaning of λόγoς is the principle governing the cosmos or the source of this principle, as well as the human reasoning about the cosmos. Among the Sophists, λόγoς refers to the topics of rational argument or the arguments themselves. At the end, λόγoς means knowledge. And knowledge is the key factor. Significant knowledge is the result of the link between abstraction and concrete behaviors, in order to make the intangible more tangible.

Knowledge and action as one: facts, information, descriptions, skills, know-how and competence – acquired through experience, communication, education and training.