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Giovanni Schiuma is Director of the Innovation Insights Hub at University of the Arts London. He holds his title of Professor at Università della Basilicata (Italy) where he has taught "Knowledge and Innovation Management". He has held visiting teaching and research appointments at Cranfield School of Management, Graduate School of Management St. Petersburg University (Russia), Cambridge Service Alliance - IfM University of Cambridge (UK), University of Kozminski (Poland), University of Bradford UK), Tampere University of Technology (Finland). Giovanni has a Ph.D. in business management from the University of Rome Tor Vergata (Italy) and has authored or co-authored more than 150 publications, including books, articles, research reports and white papers on a range of research topics particularly embracing Strategic Knowledge Asset and Intellectual Capital Management, Strategic Performance Measurement and Management, Innovation Systems, and Organisational Development. He serves as Chief-Editor of the journal "Knowledge Management Research and Practice" and as Co-Editor in Chief of the international journal "Measuring Business Excellence" and he has acted as guest Editor of the Journal of Knowledge Management, Journal of Intellectual Capital, International Journal of Knowledge-based Development, and Journal of Learning and Intellectual Capital. Giovanni chairs the International Forum on Knowledge Assets Dynamics.

Giovanni is widely recognized for his work on the use of the Arts for Business, as well as his work on assessing and managing knowledge assets. His recent book "The Value of Arts for Business" by Cambridge University Press represents a path-breaking manuscript explaining how the arts can shape the excellence of the 21st century organizations.

He provides scientific support to private corporations and government organizations on research projects in Europe, Asia and the Middle East. He has taught executive seminars among others at the Judge Business School - University of Cambridge, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Pace University, Al Akhwayn University, Aalborg University, Tampere University of Technology, and at University of San Marino. His primary research and consulting interests focus around the following areas: arts in business for innovation and organizational development, knowledge assets and intellectual capital management, strategic performance management systems, innovation and change management, organizational behavior and learning, and knowledge-based local development.


Professor Schiuma’s major research interests and consulting expertise relate to performance management and strategic knowledge assets management. His research, training and consulting focus is on the strategic management of intangible and knowledge assets to improve business performance and enhance organizational value creation capacity. He has authored or co-authored more than 130 publications, including books, articles, research reports and white papers on a range of research topics particularly embracing Knowledge Asset and Intellectual Capital Management, Performance Measurement and Management, Knowledge-based dynamics, Artful Management for Organisational development. He served as Co-Editor in Chief of the international journal Measuring Business Excellence (Emeral publisher).


He consults to private corporations and government organizations on projects in Europe and the Middle East. He has taught executive seminars at Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University in Hong Kong, at St. Martin College - Innovation Centre, University of the Arts London in England, at Tampere University of Technology in Finland, at Aalborg University in Denmark, and at University of San Marino in San Marino. His primary research and consult interests focus around the following areas: knowledge assets and intellectual capital management, strategic performance management systems, innovation and change management, organizational behavior and learning and knowledge-based local development. In the last years Professor Schiuma has pioneered the development of a new management research stream focused on the value of Arts in Management, addressing how the deployment and exploitation of the arts can solve managerial issues and transform business models. His book “The Value of Arts for Management” will be published in hardback in June 2011 by Cambridge University Press and represents a path-breaking manuscript to develop the postmodern management, investigating how the arts can shape the successful organization of the 21st century business landscape.

Giovanni is recognized as a passionate and influential thinker on knowledge assets and intellectual capital management, and he is committed to develop theoretical and practical frameworks, approaches and tools to drive both public and private organizations towards the improvement of their value creation dynamics by understanding, exploiting, measuring and managing knowledge and intangible assets. Among others, his current research interest is focused on organisational behaviour and particularly on how complex organisations can be transformed into intelligent organisations by leading and managing energy and emotions. He works with local Italian Governments on the assessment of intellectual capital dimensions underpinning local development as well as he is actively engaged in applied research and has worked in research projects involving national and international organizations, such as, among others, Natuzzi, Ducati, Soges Group, Arts&Business, Accenture, Shell, Lloyds TSB, McDonald's, etc.


He is a regular speaker at conferences and has a teaching and consultancy experience across Europe on Knowledge and Innovation Management as well as on Performance Measurement and Management. He is specialized particularly in the design, implementation and review of knowledge asset management initiatives and performance measurement systems designed to drive innovative change and learning dynamics in organizations and to support company’s performance improvement and value creation.


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