Massimo Magni is Associate Professor of the Department of Management at Bocconi University and Director of the MSc in International Management.
At SDA Bocconi, he was Director of Organization and Human Resources Management Department . His academic work and professional commitments are aimed at supporting company leaders in developing a team-oriented and collaborative culture, and he conducted numerous organizational behavior and leadership workshops as well as research and training projects in Europe, Middle East and North America.
His research activities focus on leadership, team design and management and project collaboration. Currently, his research is focusing on virtual teams collaboration, individual and team decision making under stress, leadership and employees well-being..
His work has been published in major academic journals and his research results have been reported in managerial magazines such as MIT Sloan Management Review, World Economic Forum Agenda, Harvard Business Review (Italian edition), Forbes, and Bloomberg. He also appeared on radio and TV shows to comment on managerial topics and to present the results of his research. He is a frequent guest speaker at conferences, companies, and institutions worldwide.
He was Visiting Scholar in many international universities, including the University of Louisville, the University of Arkansas and the University of Maryland at College Park. He was also Visiting Instructor at University of Queensland (Australia) and at University of Texas; he teaches Leadership and Organizational Behavior at SDA Bocconi Asia Center Mumbai.
Massimo earned a Ph.D. in Organization and Information Systems from LUISS University in Rome and an ITP (International Teachers Programme) at Kellogg School of Business (Northwestern University, Chicago). He is also associate coach at Columbia University in New York.