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Mr Nicola Redi

Part-time Doctoral (Distance)

Operations & Information Management Group

Nationality:

Italian

Qualifications:

Academic
Msc Aerospace Engineering (Politecnico di Milano)
MBA (with greatest honours, Bocconi University School of Management)

Professional Current:
Ceramic New Product Development, Project Managers Leader for Europe-Middle East, Ideal Standard International

Professional Past:
Global Project Office Manager, Pirelli Tyres
Production manager, Pirelli Tyres

Academic group affiliation:

Operations and Information Management

Year of entry:

2006

Thesis title:

Definition in progress: will analyse relations between innovation, networking and globalization

Research keywords:

Innovation, New Product Development, Industrial Networks, Globalization

Research Description:

Understanding how globalization processes impact innovation performances of firms operating in networks.

Supervisors:

Dr. Naomi Brookes

Prof. David Bennet

Membership of professional societies:

Academy of Management

Teaching responsibilities:

2008 - New Product Development, International MBA, MIB School of Management, Trieste, Italy
2002 - New Product Development and Project Management, Master of Entrepreneurial Development, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Other relevant information:

Member of Norms & Standards Board of Italian Ceramic Industrial Association

Publications:

M.Corsi, N.Redi,  V.Saly, PV Roof in a Building in Catania, Renewable Energy, vol.3, pp. 1721..1724, Pergamon 1998
L.Lori, P.Di Nardo, M.P.Pellegrino, N.Redi, Elba Airport Photovoltaic Roof, Renewable Energy, vol.5, part III, pp. 1754..1757, Pergamon 1994
N.Redi, Minihub : a Proposal for 1993, Airline nr.43 - 1993, pp.8..11

Conferences and other presentations:

AIRI (Italia Association of Industrial Research) - "Technology Monitoring", ENI Research Center, Milan, June 2002
EIRMA (European Industrial Research Association) - "Integration and role of R&D in Value Chain Management", IBM European Laboratories, Zurich, June 2001

Employable Graduates; Exploitable Research