PRI­ME: Prof. Ales­sio Ma­ria Brac­ci­ni, Uni­ver­sità deg­li Stu­di del­la Tus­cia, Vi­ter­bo "When to Open or Not? The Ro­le of Di­gi­tal Tech­no­lo­gies in Open Or­ga­ni­sing"

Ort: A00.07

Alessio Maria Braccini is a Full Professor of Business Organization and Information Systems at the Department of Economics Engineering Society and Busienss Organization (DEIM) at the University of Tuscia (Italy). He obtained a PhD in Management of Information Systems from LUISS Guido Carli University (Rome) under the supervision of Prof. Alessandro D’Atri. At the University of Tuscia, he teaches Digital Business Organization and Organization Theory, and he is the coordinator of all bachelor’s and master’s programs at the DEIM Departmnet, as well as the Director of the II-level master in Artificial Intelligence for Business and Security. In addition, he teaches Management of Big Data at the IESEG Business School (Paris, France) and Organization Theory at LUISS Guido Carli University (Rome).

His research focuses on the study of the impacts of digital technologies on teams and organizations, and he is active in three different streams: (i) the study of organizational sustainability of digital technologies and their impact on the organization of labour, (ii) the implications of social media in the communication, coordination, and decision-making mechanisms of online communities, and (iii) the impact of digital transformation on the organization of public sector organizations. His research has appeared in scientific journals such as the Information Systems Journal, Information & Organization, Information Systems Frontiers, Government Information Systems, and Communications of AIS, and has been presented in national and international conferences such as ICIS, ECIS, BIS, WOA, and ItAIS.