Department of Business Administration invites to a research seminar.
Tuesday, 6 June 2023 at 10:00-11:30 MS Teams
A presentation by Luigi Proserpio (Associate Professor, Management and Technology department, Bocconi University).
Digital business transformation can be roughly defined as the profound and accelerating transformation of business models, processes, competences to fully leverage the changes and opportunities of digital technologies and their impact across the focal company in a strategic and prioritized way. Such a wide definition poses a set of challenges in terms of what to consider to understand the phenomenon and at which level conducing the theoretical and empirical research. This workshop will focus on the main aspects of digital transformation that can be interesting for researchers. And on what are the theories that are usually adopted to analyze them. In particular, the seminar will also discuss the contact-points between Business needs, and available Technology capabilities such as AI, IoT, and Cloud.
Luigi Proserpio, PhD. Creator of methodologies for technology-based learning as well as simulations and business games. Member of the Board of Academy of Management Learning & Educations, the Journal of Management Education and of the Journal of Management Inquiry. Founder of BETA (Bocconi Education and Teaching Alliance - now BUILT), Bocconi’s lab on teaching and learning methodologies. Former Rector’s Delegate for teaching and learning innovation. Former director of the SDA learning lab. Paper published on Research Policy, Academy of Management Learning & Education, Journal of Product Innovation Management and others. Lectures (master level) on technology mediated communication, organizational behaviour, distance learning and organizational change through information technology. PhD in management at Università Bocconi. Visiting scholar at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburg.
This workshop is organised by TalTech Industrial project. TalTech Industrial has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 952410.
The seminar is in English. Further information: email@example.com.