Laboratory members

Paolo Collini

Roberta Cuel
is an Associate Professor of Organization Studies. Her research interests aim at discovering the interdependencies between technology and organizations, in particular the impacts of innovative technologies on teams, communities, and organizational models, the study of distributed tools and processes which allow organizational learning and knowledge management, and knowledge representation systems as mechanisms for knowledge reification processes.

Elena Feltrinelli
Vittorino Filippas
is manager, start-up mentor, coach, entrepreneur and consultant in the fields of innovation, internationalization and cooperation. He covers top roles in organizations with the task of re-focusing their strategy, rightsizing and re-launching companies, very often making use of global alliances. As a lecturer he is focused to transfer his hands-on experience through international master, PhD and post doc training programs.
Maria Laura Frigotto
is assistant professor in Organization and Management Theory at the Department of Economics and Management, University of Trento. Her studies address the generation and emergence of novelty in organizations. Laura has a Ph.D. in Management from the Ca’ Foscari Univeristy in Venice. She was visiting scholar at Stanford University in 2007 and 2012-2013.
Loris Gaio
is an Associate Professor of Business Economics and Management at the Faculty of Economics , University of Trento, where he teaches courses in operations and project management. His past and current research interests include topics such as the role of modularity and standardization in the division of intellectual labor, the characteristics and importance of managerial practices in service industries, and the dynamics of collaboration and coordination in the creation of collective knowledge (crowdsourcing).
Diego Giuliani
Alberto NucciarelliAlberto Nucciarelli
is Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Management at the Department of Economics and Management at the University of Trento. After a postdoctoral appointment at the Eindhoven University of Technology, TU/e, Alberto first joined Philips Research as a Research Scientist and then he worked as Research Fellow at the Faculty of Management at Cass Business School (City University London) where is now Honorary Visiting Fellow.
His research coalesces around digital economy and the relationship between strategy and technology development. He works on business models and business models innovation, technological platforms, smart cities, the Internet of Things (IoT), and Next Generation Networks. His papers are published on international peer-reviewed journals (e.g. Journal of Business Research, Production Planning and Control, Technological Forecasting & Social Change, Government Information Quarterly, Telecommunications Policy, Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, and International Journal of Production Economics) and he presents his novel research at international conferences. He is Member of the Academy of Management.
Diego Ponte
Alessandro Rossi
is assistant professor at the Department of Economics and Management, University of Trento (Italy). His research interests are in the management of innovation and in managerial decision making. He studied how organizational norms and practices shapes the collaborative production of complex artifacts and how the interplay between diversity, division of labor and communication improves decision-making in organizations.
Sandro Trento
Head of STEIN
Enrico Tundis
Simonetta Vezzoso
Marco Zamarian
is an associate professor of organization theory and behavior and human resource management in the Department of Economics and Management, University of Trento, Italy.
His current research interests include organizational learning, knowledge creation and replication in industrial clusters, the impact of IT artifacts on organizational knowledge, and gender issues in scientific institutions.
Zamarian has a PhD in management from the University of Bologna.
Enrico Zaninotto
is full professor of Business Organizations Economics at the Department of Economics and Management of the University of Trento. He directs, with prof. A. Leijohnfvud the “Advanced Summer School on Adaptive Economic Dynamics”. His main research focuses are on: 1. Organizational capabilities, growth and firm performances; 2. The productivity slowdown of Italian economy: empirical measurement, comparative assessment and causes. 


Fabio Zona

Members of Laboratory-Linked Projects

Nicolao Bonini
Pierfranco Camussone
Andrea Fracasso
Luigi Mittone
Matteo Ploner
Lucia Savadori
Maria Luigia Segnana
Ornella Tarola
(DISSE, Università la Sapienza, Roma)
Paola Villa