I am an Assistant Professor at Bentley University. My research philosophy involves a critical and practice-based approach to social dynamics associated with knowledge management and innovation, mostly at the network level. My primary focus is on the adoption, use and exploitation of information technology (IT) in a variety of settings including Enterprise Systems, Electronic Medical Record systems, social media networks, and sensor-based devices. At Bentley I teach undergraduate courses on business processes and systems and the “IT, Communication and Networks” module in the Bentley MBA. I hold a joint appointment at Warwick Business School, The University of Warwick, in the Information Systems Management (ISM) group.
Here you can download some of my recent works:
- 2016 - Organization Studies paper on power in healthcare networks (with Daniela, Sue, Harry, and Jacky) - click here
- 2015 - JSIS paper on big and little data (with Sue Newelll) - click here
- 2014 - Health Systems paper on boundary objects (with Sue, Chantal, and Jacky) - click here
- 2014 - IJMR paper on power and materiality and absorptive capacity (with Sue Newell) - click here
- 2013 IMPiB paper on communities of practices (winner: best published article of the year, with Chiara, Federico, and Sue) - click here
- 2012 Industry & Innovation paper on ambidexerity (with Chiara and Federico) - click here
- 2012- JSIS paper on knowledge and knowing (with Sue Newell) - click here
I don't update this page very often, and I am aware that some of my papers are not listed here. Please visit my webpage at Bentley University (click here) should you need furhter details about me.