Giorgio is Junior Lecturer of Government, Health and Not for Profit (GHNP) at SDA Bocconi School of Management.
His collaboration with SDA Bocconi began in 2013. Over time he has taken part in research, training and organizational support projects for different public institutions. In particular, the projects on which he is involved regard the development of public management competencies and the design of performance measurement systems in the public domain.
From 2015 to 2019 he conducted research on performance evaluation and employees engagement in public health authorities at Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, in Pisa, where in 2018 he earned the International PhD in Management.
His main research interests focus on:
· multidimensional public performance measurement,
· benchmarking systems for public services,
· organization and management of public personnel,
· employees motivation and engagement in professional organizations.
He authored publications related to the aforementioned research topics in national and international journals, including Azienda Pubblica, International Journal of Public Sector Management, Public Management Review, Health Care Management Review, Health Services Management Research.
It contributes to the research activity of SDA Bocconi observatories: OCAP (Observatory on the Change of Public Administrations) and OASI (Observatory on Companies and the Italian Healthcare System). He participates in national and international networks such as AIDEA, International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM), Organizational Behavior in Healthcare (OBHC).
He earned his master's degree in Economics and Management of Public Administrations and International Institutions in 2011 from Bocconi University and his PhD in Management in 2018 at Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies.