Emilio Bartezzaghi is a Professor of Organizational Systems. He held positions as Director of the Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering, head of the PhD Program and President of the Polimi Graduate School of Management. He has been the Rector’s Delegate for Internationalization of Politecnico. He has been a member of the board and Vice-President of Fondazione Politecnico di Milano. He has been President of AiIG - Italian Association of Management Engineering and member of the board of EUROMA - European Operations Management Association. He has been Professor of EIASM. He served as President of the University Assessment Commission of the University of Verona.
Master of Science: Electronics Engineering, Politecnico di Milano.
Office phone: 02.2399.2765
His research interests concern the fields of business management and innovation. In particular: in the area of innovation and change management, interactions between digitalization and organizational and managerial innovations; methods and models for organization and process re-design both in industrial companies and in PA (in particular justice); in the area of operations and supply chain management, new organizational and managerial models for production systems; demand and uncertainty management; client-supplier relationships management; in the area of organization and human capital management, new organizational models, competences analysis; training management and evaluation.
Ciccullo F.| Cagliano R.| Bartezzaghi G.| Perego A. (2021), "Implementing the circular economy paradigm in the agri-food supply chain: The role of food waste prevention technologies", Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 164
Bartezzaghi E.| Cagliano R.| Canterino F.| Guerci M.| Gilardi S.| Shaba E. (2020), "Joint organizational design 4.0: Revisiting the socio technical principles", CEUR Workshop Proceedings, 2789, 110-120
Cagliano R.| Canterino F.| Longoni A.| Bartezzaghi E. (2019), "The interplay between smart manufacturing technologies and work organization: The role of technological complexity", International Journal of Operations and Production Management, 39, 913-934
Buganza Tommaso;Kalchschmidt Matteo;Bartezzaghi Emilio;Amabile D., "Measuring the impact of a major project management educational program: The PMP case in Finmeccanica", INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT, 31, 285-298