Giovanni Battista Dagnino - Top Italian Scientist in Business Sciences
Giovanni Battista DAGNINO (PhD) is Chair of Management and Professor of Digital Strategy at the University of Rome LUMSA, Palermo Campus, where he is the Founding Director of the MSc Program in Economics and Management, Chair of the Scientific Committee of LUMSA Digital Hub, and Founding Chair of the Departmental Committee on Sustainability.
He is Co-Director of the LUMSA EMBA-Executive Master of Business Administration and Member of the Scientific Board of LUMSA Master School.
In addition, he is serving as Italian Academy of Management’s Board Governor as well as University of Palermo’s Disciplinary Council Member .
He is Co-Editor of the Journal of Management and Governance.
Professor Dagnino is known internationally for his pioneering work on coopetition strategy, an area of study he contributed to set off over a decade ago, as well as for the scrutiny of temporary competitive advantage. He is conducting various investigation projects on digital transformation strategy, phygital transition, digital mindset, big data and advanced analytics.
His publication portfolio includes over 200 publications: over 170 academic contributions and 35 op-eds in the economic, financial and managerial press. He has authored/edited 15 books and 50 articles in leading management journals such as Academy of Management Perspectives, California Management Review, Global Strategy Journal, Long Range Planning, Organization Studies, and Strategic Management Journal.
governance and entrepreneurship
||Coopetition Strategy; Digital Strategy; Temporary Advantage; Strategic Management; Corporate Governance
Libera Università Maria SS. Assunta, Roma
|Area: Coopetition Strategy; Digital Strategy; Temporary Advantage; Strategic Management; Corporate Governance
|Macroarea: Business Sciences
Italian Institution(s): Libera Università Maria SS. Assunta, Roma