Roberto Dandi (PhD in Organizational Behavior) is Assistant Professor of Management at LUISS Guido Carli. His research/teaching/consulting focus is on health care and social care policy, management and organisation. He develops and manages training courses and events for the Public Administration, Healthcare & No Profit Area at LUISS Business School. He teaches Organizational Design, Organizational Consequences of ICTs, and Knowledge Mangement at LUISS Business School. Formerly, he was a postdoctoral researcher at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
He has been involved in several national and international projects on health and social care: a EU funded project ANCIEN, on long-term care in Europe (2009-2012); a Ministry of Research project (MIUR 2007) on pediatrician networks (2008-2010); a Ministry of Health project on maternal and child health departments (2012); 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 the US (2007-2010); an observatory on the quality of medical education commissioned by the Association of Medical Schools Presidents (2007-today).
Previously he has been involved in research projects about technology use (a EU-funded COMMORG, on the use of email in organisation, 2001-2003; a MIUR 2001 project on virtual organisations, 2002-2003) and knowledge networks (a NSF-funded project on networks in communities, 2005-2006; a FILAS spa-funded project on innovation networks in Lazio firms, 2004-2005; a NSF-funded project on knowledge networks in organisations, 2002).
His research interests deal with: health care and social care policy, management and organisation; information and communication technology use; knowledge management; organizational network analysis.