Paolo Taticchi

Named the world’s most influential Italian under 40 by Il Sole 24 Ore in 2021, Taticchi is vice-dean and Professor of Business Strategy and Sustainability at the School of Management at University College London, one of the world’s top ten universities.

Internationally-recognized for his research in corporate sustainability and performance management, Taticchi has both taught and led projects in over twenty countries. The author of numerous scientific articles, he has edited and co-authored three books with Springer, including the recent Corporate Sustainability in Practice in 2021.

An expert on sustainable transformation, competitive strategy, and the future of cities, he consults major organizations in the UK, US, Canada, Italy and India and is the scientific advisor to the Ministry of Ecological Transition in Italy. Taticchi is also active in the field of executive education, and over the past few years he has trained thousands of managers and executives from Fortune Global 500 companies.

In addition to working as an academic and consultant, he is an active entrepreneur and co-founder of four companies in the engineering, technology and consulting sectors.

His profile and projects have been mentioned over 350 times in international media outlets such as Financial Times, Forbes, Sky and CNN. In 2018, he was ranked by Poets&Quants and Forbes as one of the world’s top 40 business professors under 40.

He is a highly sought-after keynote speaker, and is regularly invited to give lectures at world-class academic, government and industry events.

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