Roberto Dandi (PhD in Organizational Behavior) is Assistant Professor of Management at the Department of Business and Management at LUISS Guido Carli where he teaches Management, Business Organization, Public Administration Strategic Analysis, and International Business. Since 2007 he works also as research coordinator and educational program developer at the Public Administration, Health Care and Non Profit Unit at LUISS Business School.
Broadly speaking his main goal is to help public administrations, health care and social care providers work better in the interest of their users and stakeholders. He does that by teaching, consulting, and researching on strategic decision-making processes, organizational design methods, good uses of information and communication technologies, and development of key performance indicators.
Previously he served as: post-doctoral researcher at LUISS Guido Carli on Health Care Management (2007-2010), Adjunct Professor of Information Systems Management at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Rome (2009 to 2012), post-doctoral research scientist of social networks in cybercommunities at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2005-2006), and teaching assistant of Organizational Design and Organizational Behavior at LUISS Guido Carli and Università degli Studi di L’Aquila (2000-2005).
He performed several national and international research projects on:
(i) health and social care: European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Aging – Action Group B3 Integrated Care (2014-today); a EU funded project (FP7), ANCIEN, on the economics and quality management of long-term care in Europe (2009-2012); a Ministry of University and Research-funded project – PRIN 2007 – on pediatrician networks (2008-2010); a Ministry of Health project on maternal and child health directorates (2012-2013); a project funded by Fondazione Santa Lucia on tariffs for neuro-rehabilitation services in Europe (2014); a project funded by the Centro Nazionale Trapianti (National Trasplant Centre) on the governance on the Italian transplant network (2011-2012); a study on Catholic Hospital identity and management in USA (2007-2010); an observatory on the quality of medical education commissioned by the Association of Medical Schools Presidents (2007-today).
(ii) technology use in organizations: for the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Aging (2014-today) I am included in a work group on eHealth models; in the ANCIEN project I was involved in the WP on Technologies for Long-Term Care; also I worked in a EU-funded (FP5) on the use of email in organisation (COMMORG, 2001-2003) where LUISS was coordinator; a PRIN 2001 project funded by the Ministry of University and Research on virtual organisations (2002-2003).
(iii) organizational networks: the PRIN 2007 project on pediatrician networks was based on social network analysis (2008-2010); also, a NSF-funded project, SONIC, was focused on multidimensional networks in eScience communities, (2005-2006); a FILAS spa-funded project on innovation networks in Lazio firms (2004-2005), focused on knoweldge networks in high-tech industries; a NSF-funded project focused on knowledge networks in teams (2002).
Contacts:Dipartimento di Impresa e Management Viale Romania 32 – 00197 Roma Office A555U (fifth floor) Phone: +39 06 85222.356
rdandi at luiss dot it