Gianluca Salviotti is Associate Professor of Practice of Information Systems at SDA Bocconi School of Management. Since January 2018, he is Information Systems Faculty Deputy at SDA Bocconi School of Management. He is Contract Professor of Computer Skills for Informatics at Bocconi University.
At SDA Bocconi, he is coordinator of the research Lab “Digital Enterprise Value and Organization” (DEVO Lab), Professor of Management Information Systems and Digital Transformation EMBAS, EMBAWE and MISA, Coordinator for the Executive Education programs “IT Goverance”, “IT Risk Management”, “Business Application Management”. He conducted research and training projects for the largest ICT companies and for the most important groups in Italy.
His research activities focus on enabling technologies for digital transformation, on links between business complexity and IT Governance and on IT risk management. Currently, he is working with the Design Lab of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on the identification and assessment of high impact digital technologies. He is also working on a research project aimed at analysing the main impacts of digital technologies on manufacturing companies, as well as on a research focusing on the bank branch of the future. Since 2006, he is working on a research program on IT Governance frameworks.
He is the author of numerous books and articles on Information Systems and Digital Transformation. His works have been published in Economia & Management, Il Sole 24 Ore and Computerworld, among others. He also authored some books, including “Complessità Aziendale e valore dei sistemi informative” e “IS Governance. Un vademecum per il CDA”. He won the SDA Best Coordinator Award in 2011 for Executive Education (Custom Programs) and in 2012 for Research. In 2013, he received the award for the best innovation project formClaudio Demattè Research Division. In 2014, he won the Google Faculty Research Award with a study on small and medium enterprises digitalization. In 2015 and 2016 he has received the Teaching Award for the university program “Computer Skills for Economics”.
Gianluca earned a Degree and a Ph.D. in Business Administration & Management both form the University of Pavia. He received the International Teachers Program diploma from the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS, Shanghai-Beijing).