Carmine Bianchi

Carmine Bianchi is Full Professor of Business & Public Management at the Department of European Studies, University of Palermo (Italy), where is also the scientific coordinator of CED4 System Dynamics Group.

He is the director of the PhD program in “Model Based Public Planning, Policy Design, and Management”, and of the Masters course in: ‘‘Managing Business Growth through System Dynamics & Accounting Models. A Strategic Control Perspective’’. He’s also program leader of the Master in Public Management offered by the University of Palermo.

Professor Bianchi is member of the Steering Committee of the European Master in System Dynamics, an joined degree with the Universities of Nijmegen (the Netherlands), Bergen (Norway) and Lisbon (Portugal). This is an “Erasmus Mundus” funded program, patronized by the European Commission.

He has published on several academic and professional journals, where and he also serves as a member of the Scientific Committee.

Professor Bianchi has research and consulting experience with public and private sector organizations in designing policies and outlining consistent programs to link strategy and implementation. Consulting and education projects that Prof. Bianchi has conducted cover: strategic planning and control, performance management and reporting, as well as System Dynamics modeling for performance improvement and crisis prevention (Dynamic Performance Management).

In the last decade Professor Bianchi has been strengthening an international network related on “Dynamic Performance Management”. He has been collaborating with a number of Universities all over the world, ranging from Europe (Bergen, Norway; Nijmegen, The Netherlands; St. Gallen, Switzerland; KTH, Stockholm, Sweden), to Asia (Multimedia University and National University of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur-Malaysia; Hanoi, Vietnam; Rangsit, Bangkok-Thailand; Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta; SMU, Singapore), and America (University of Campinas, Brazil).

In the USA, Professor Bianchi has developed a strong scientific collaboration with the School of Government of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

He has been visiting professor at the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy, University at Albany. More recently has started collaborating with the School of Public Affairs at the Baruch College, New York; with the School of Policy, Government, and International Affairs (George Mason University, Washington DC), the School of Public Administration at FUA (Florida Atlantic University), and the Center for Human Resource Management State, Stony Brook University.

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