29 April 2022

Family Firms and SDGs: Presenting Our Research Results at EURAM Conference

Our paper “Drivers of Sustainable Development Goals in Family Firms: A Case Study”, written with Alessia Patuelli (IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca) and Jonida Carungu […]
9 February 2022

Crisi energetica ed energie rinnovabili: un piano strategico per la Toscana

Nell’ultimo editoriale del Corriere Fiorentino (Inserto 7-02-2022) affronto il tema della crisi energetica, seria minaccia alla ripresa economica Italiana (e non solo), e di come il […]
12 January 2022

Imprese familiari: la sfida del futuro

In questa mia intervista rilasciata a Space for Pedia, provo a tracciare lo scenario attuale e futuro delle imprese familiari in Italia.
1 January 2022

La Toscana e il rischio della rana

L’editoriale del Corriere Fiorentino del 28 dicembre 2021 propone alcune riflessioni sui temi dello sviluppo economico e innovazione della regione Toscana.
2 November 2021

Eyes4Innovation: la rete human centered design a supporto della trasformazione digitale

Fare rete di impresa significa offrire una corsia preferenziale ai propri clienti. La rete di impresa permette di accedere ad un ampio spettro di competenze, esperienze […]
30 September 2021

Aziende familiari e capitale umano

In uno scenario iper-competitivo come quello attuale, le imprese sono chiamate a investire in capitale umano come fonte del vantaggio competitivo. Le imprese familiari non fanno […]

Nicola Lattanzi

Nicola Lattanzi is full professor of Management and Strategy at IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca, where he teaches Business Strategy and Management for Complex Systems. He serves the School as Delegate for Innovation and Relations with Institutions and Enterprises (third mission). At IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca prof. Nicola Lattanzi studies the implications and perspectives of the neuroscientific approach in management and business strategies. He teaches Strategy and Governance of the Family Business at the University of Pisa, where he was scientific director of the master "Management for Family Business”. He has served and serves, as consultant, entrepreneurial families, private investment companies, industrial companies and public institutions.