Vitaliano Fiorillo is Lecturer of Operations and Technology at SDA Bocconi School of Management. He is Contract Professor of Management at Bocconi University.
He conducted research and training projects with important enterprises several industries such as the F&B, Oil & Gas, Agribusiness, Energy, Automation, Automotive, IT.
His research activities focus on supply chain management and sustainability with a particular focus on the F & B Industry. Recently, he has been working on the following topics: supply chain management in manufacturing and services businesses; agribusiness, sustainable agriculture and agribusiness management; supply chain management and sustainability in the food & beverage industry; food security, food safety; sustainable supply chain management; sustainability and sustainable operations; environment and sustainable development.
Author of several articles and business cases at international level. He has been awarded the International Prize for the EFMD Case Writing Competition with the Case “Boeing 787: Cleared for Take Off?”. He is the author of the book “Il Futuro del Biologico. Modello di Sviluppo per l’Agroalimentare” (Egea, Milan, 2015) on the organic food industry development.
Vitaliano earned a Degree in Political Science from University of Pavia, a Master in International Relations from Centro Alti Studi per la Difesa, a Master in Environmental Economics and Management from Bocconi University and a Ph.D. in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, from Bergamo University, in partnership with Bocconi University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology – Zaragoza Logistic Centre MIT-ZLC.