Born in Brescia in 1958. Degree in Economics and Social Sciences in 1982. From 1982 to 1984 he collaborated in the Institute of Economic Policy at the Università Cattolica in Milan as a researcher. From 1987 to 1991 he worked for EniChem and then for Montedison, where he took part in the creation of Enimont in 1988.
He formerly joined Accenture, where he became partner in 2000. He was initially involved in Oil & Gas projects and then specialized in Telecommunication and Media sector.
In 2002 he founded Axteria, where he is currently President.
He has carried out both strategy and organizational projects for companies such as Enel, Eni, Agip Petroli, Italgas, Acea, Italian Petroleum and Shell. It has contributed to the definition of the Strategic Plan of the hypothesis of integration between INA, BNL and Banco di Napoli. He has also worked with leading telecom companies and some of the most important Italian Industrial Groups.
Author of various publications, he is also a columnist for the Corriere della Sera.
Born in Genoa in 1961, he graduated in Business Administration at Bocconi University and then began working in the Industrial Organization Field, first in EniChem, then at Magneti Marelli.
In 1992, after six years in the business, he decided to shift to consulting and join firstly Roland Berger and then Telos-Deloitte, managing mainly projects abroad that involved major players in the automotive and industrial equipment sector. In 1997 he was invited to join Accenture, where he became a Partner in charge of the Division Strategy for Product “Market Units”, developing international projects in different areas: automotive, industrial equipment, home appliances, etc.
In 2002, he founded Axteria, of which he is CEO.
He has been Professor of Strategy and Organization at the Politecnico di Torino (Master in e-Business) and at the University Viadrina-Frankfurt Oder (Master of Business Administration), and Professor of Change Management at CUOA (Master of Public Administration).
Born in Ravenna in 1961, he graduated in Mechanical Engineering with a major in plants engineering systems at the Politecnico di Milano in 1986.
Aside from a first experience in the Galgano & Associates Group, where he worked on issues related to Total Quality Improvement Programs and production efficiency, he developed his career in Accenture, dealing with projects involving the top players in the utilities and telecommunications sectors both in Italy and abroad.
In 2002 he founded Axteria, of which he is currently Vice President and where he developed projects of organization and strategy mainly in the utilities field (gas and energy, environment and integrated water cycle).
He sits on the Boards of Directors of various service companies and is the author of several articles on local utilities.