Seminario pubblico Fabio Nonino
Fabio Nonino, vincitore della procedura valutativa a professore di I fascia SSD ING-IND/35 - CODICE CONCORSO 2020POR029, D.R. n. 2843/2020 del 12/11/2020 (cf. https://web.uniroma1.it/trasparenza/atti-commissione-573), come previsto dall'art. 11, comma 1, lett. k dello Statuto, terrà un seminario pubblico sulle attività di ricerca svolte e in corso di svolgimento.
Il seminario avrà luogo venerdì 5 marzo 2021 alle ore 12:00 in modalità telematica.
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Meeting ID: 848 9272 0045
Title: The effects of irrationality and informal social networks on small group performance in decisional tasks
After an overview of his past and recent research activities, Fabio will focus on recent researches about the mutual effects of irrational behavior and informal social networks on managerial decision processes. First, he will propose the results of a first study which investigated - through an experiment - the extent to which individuals and small groups with different cognitive-trust structures are biased and influenced by the so-called “anchoring effect”. Finally, he will show preliminary results of two other experiments aimed at clarify the mutual effects of irrationality and informal structures in decisional tasks if groups are treated by irrationality-inducing elements such as the decoy alternative and high incentives.
Fabio Nonino is Associate Professor of Project Management (Scientific Sector ING/IND-35) at the Department of Computer, Control, and Management Engineering "Antonio Ruberti" (DIAG) of Sapienza University of Rome. He is Director of the Advanced Course in Project, Program and Portfolio Management and member of the Scientific Committee of the two Master's Degree at Sapienza University of Rome. Since 2008, he has been supervisor of 275 master thesis for the MSc in Management Engineering. He is member of board of the PhD in Industrial and Management Engineering of Sapienza University of Rome, lecturer and supervisor of 8 doctoral students (currently 1 assistant professor, 2 post-doc researcher, 1 deputy director of a research institute and 4 in itinere). He has been invited lecturer in several BSc, MSc and Doctorate courses. His research activities focus on Operations and Service Management, Innovation Management and Organizational Behavior Development. The research has resulted in over 130 scientific publications and of 2 international books: “Additive Manufacturing – Enhancing Business Value” (Springer) and “The Road to Servitization - How Product Service Systems Can Disrupt Companies’ Business Models” (Springer). The number of papers listed by SCOPUS database is 38 (49 research products) with a total number of citations of 951 and an overall h-index of 17.