Nunzio Casalino (PhD in Management – Information Systems) is Associate Professor of Business Organization (SC 13/B3 – SECS-P/10) at the Department of Business and Management at LUISS Guido Carli University in Rome, where he teaches Business Organization (2008-2017), Advanced Business Organization (2008-2012) and with a supplementary contract (2013-2017).
It carries out his research activities in the Public Sector & Healthcare Area of LUISS Business School and he is a professor in the Postgraduate and Masters programmes from 2003. From 2008 to 2015 he was Assistant Professor of Business Organization and then Associate Professor at Guglielmo Marconi University of Rome, also becoming Director of MBA and of MRUO (Master in Human Resources and Organisation). Professor of Business Organization courses at University of L’Aquila, University of Rome La Sapienza and of Business Information Systems at LUISS (2001-2009).
Visiting Ph.D. student in 2001 at InterLabs Research Institute – Bradley University, Peoria, IL (USA) and visiting researcher in 2004 at J. Mack Robinson College of Business – Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA (USA).
Scientific responsible and coordinator of several national and European funded projects, counsellor and advisor of public administrations for the management of special governmental projects or of innovation, projects’ evaluator on behalf for several Ministries. Member of program committees of several international conferences and of editorial boards for scientific journals. Member of scientific societies including: ASSIOA (Italian Association of Business Organization), AoM (Academy of Management), AIS (Association of Information Systems). Member of the editorial board of ProspettiveinOrganizzazione journal. Italian member of the international networks KES and INSME on the subjects of the innovation and of the internationalization of enterprises.
Author of manuals, essays and scientific papers at national and international level, his main activities and fields of research are: business organization; business information systems; innovative management of human resources and high-tech systems for learning and training.