The faculty involved in the seminar consists of widely-published scholars on continuous innovation and related areas.
Luca Gastaldi is Associate Professor at the School of Management of Politecnico di Milano. He teaches "Firms and Strategic Decisions" at the MSc of Management and Information Engineering and he is part of the core faculty of the MIP Graduate School of Business, where he teaches Business Process Management, Change Management and Organisation Theory and Design. He is director of the "Digital Agenda" and "Design Thinking for Business" Observatories. Luca is CINet board member since 2013.
Mats Magnusson is Professor of Product Innovation Engineering, School of Industrial Technology and Management, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden and permanent Visiting Professor, LUISS Business School, Rome, Italy. Mats Magnusson is the present chairman of CINet.
Luisa Pellegrini is Full Professor at the University of Pisa, Italy. Her research interests concern innovation and business model (innovation). She is member of the Board of CINet and Director of the Inter‐Departmental Centre for Health Technology Assessment at the University of Pisa.
Tim G. Schweisfurth is an Associate Professor in High-Tech Business at the University of Twente. Before joining UT, he was an Associate Professor of Technology and Innovation Management at the University of Southern Denmark. His research focuses on data and technology-driven innovation, idea generation and evaluation systems, and distributed and collaborative innovation.
Patricia Wolf is Professor MSO of Integrative Innovation Management at the Centre for Integrative Innovation Management (Institute of Marketing and Management) of the University of Southern Denmark, Denmark, Professor of Innovation Management and Future Studies at the Institute of Management and Regional Economics, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Switzerland Private Lecturer at the Chair of Strategic Management and Innovation at ETH Zurich, Switzerland. Patricia Wolf is a member of the CINet board.
The Continuous Innovation Network (CINet) is a global network of researchers and practitioners interested in sharing and developing their knowledge of and experience with (continuous) innovation in the widest sense of the word.