Ludovico Bullini Orlandi is Research Fellow in Organization and Human Resource Management (SECS-P / 10). He holds a Ph.D. in Economics and Management at the Graduate School of the University of Verona in 2017.
From the same year he is a adjunct professor at the eCampus Telematic University for the courses in Organization Theory, Organization and Management of Public Administrations and Services, and Human Resource Management.
He has held visiting periods and research collaborations at the School of Economics and Management at the University of Lund and at the IISM of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. He teaches at the International MBA at the CUOA Business School.
Currently he works on the following research topics:
- Digital analytics and organizational performance;
- Digital skills of contemporary workforce;
- Institutional work for organizational persistence.
He is also reviwer in different international journals such as:
- Journal of Business Research: Outstanding Reviewer 2018;
- Computers in Human Behavior;
- Electronic Commerce Research;
- Knowledge Management Research & Practice.
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Enterprise 4.0 and digital transformation for micro, small and medium businesses in Verona
The research group acts in synergy with Punto Impresa Digitale of the Chamber of Commerce to provide answers to the digital development needs of 100 Verona’s firms and is linked to the analogous research group at the Department of Computer Science.
Sustainable business models and common goods
The concept of common goods can be used to identify all those systems that provide community resources for collective use, which are vulnerable to the opportunistic (over-exploitation and / or disengaging) behavior of that community of users.
Business process reengineering in health care system and eHealth
Through an interdisciplinary study, the aim of the research group is to analyze and evaluate the impacts that new technologies have on organizational structures and patients.
Smart Cities and sustainable entrepreneurship
The group's contribution is to support through longitudinal studies, natural experiments and comparative analysis in the field of smart cities, to improve the understanding of various impact factors that influence the capacity for innovation, resilience, sustainability, and quality of life of citizens in the cities.