Paolo Pasini is an Associate Professor of Practice in Information Systems and IT/Digital Management at SDA Bocconi School of Management.
At SDA Bocconi, he served as the Director of the Information Systems Department from 2012 to 2016, and from 2004 to 2006, he was the Vice-Director. In 2017, he acted as the faculty deputy of the knowledge group for Information Systems. He currently holds the position of Scientific Director of the Digital Academy, an executive training program designed for IT&Digital talents. He served as the Scientific Director of the DRIIM project (2017-22), conducted in partnership with the ACIN innovation center of Accenture, focusing on digital technologies and relationships between retail and manufacturing companies in the consumer-packaged goods sector. Additionally, from 2007 to 2014, he was the Director of the Business Intelligence Observatory. He has led various initiatives for managers in Italian and international companies, managing research, training, and consulting projects for major companies in the food, retail, energy, banking, entertainment, pharmaceutical, and chemical sectors. He is a knowledgeable speaker at conferences and events related to ICT & Digital. Currently, he is the Scientific Director of the research program "Digital Maturity and Digital KPI of business impact" (2023-24).
His research focuses on IT/Digital Strategy and Organization, IT/Digital Performance and Value Measurement, Business Intelligence/Data Analytics, and CRM systems. His current research is concentrated on four fundamental areas: the digital transformation of IT organizations, digital strategy and the economic and organizational impact of new (and less new) digital technologies and cloud computing in businesses, the evolution of Corporate Digital Responsibility, Digital Sustainability, and Responsible Technology, and assessing and defining the main drivers of Digital Maturity & Readiness.
He is the author of numerous essays and articles on his research topics, published in various journals, including the European Management Journal, Economia & Management, and Sistemi e Impresa. He has received several SDA awards for his research. He is a member of the Advisory Board of various Italian and European CIO associations. Additionally, he works as a management consultant and advisor for many medium to large Italian and international companies.
Paolo earned his degree in Business Administration from Bocconi University and completed the International Teachers Programme (ITP) in Aix-en-Provence. He is married and has three children.