Silvia Cinque is Lecturer in Organization and HRM at SDA Bocconi School of Management, and Academic Fellow at the Department of Management and Technology at Bocconi University. At SDA Bocconi Silvia conducts trainining in Public Speaking, Business Ethics, and Cross Cultural Management. She is also part of the Diversity, Inclusion and Smart Working Lab, where she contributes to exploring questions around diversity.
Working between the academic field and the business practice, she conducts research across the areaas of organization and management theory, organizational behaviour, business ethics, business and society, and social theory. Her scholarly interests include identity, power and politics, organizational culture, meaningful work and calling, gender, creative industries, and qualitative methods. She is currently working on three International research projects that respectively address: i) the critical performativity of alternative organizations (e.g. theatre); ii) the construction and the struggles of liminal identities in precarious and ambiguous organizational settings; and iii) the transformations occurring in the workplace, in the era of the #MeToo movement, at the levels of language, policies and practices. For this last project she secured a grant issued by the School.
Her academic work has been published in top-tier management journals such as Human Relations (FT50), Management Learning, and Culture and Organization. Her articles appeared in media outlets such as the Italian newspaper Il Corriere della Sera, and on the magazine SDA Bocconi Insights.
Silvia earned an MA in Human Resources and Knowledge Management from Lancaster University (UK) and a PhD in Management from Nottingham University Business School (Russell Group University, UK). Prior to gaining her PhD, she worked for several years as a communication manager in the industry of architecture and design, and as an actress. Next to having an interest in arts, especially theatre and films, Silvia is a solo-hiker and volleyballer.