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MaUnimib è anche ricerca nel campo della Corporate Sustainability. A partire dall’osservazione dei processi di cambiamento, ci occupiamo di innovazione sostenibile nei modelli di business di imprese, del non profit e del settore pubblico.

Temi di Ricerca

Sustainable business model Innovation
Network inter/intra organizzativi
Sviluppo del capitale umano e welfare aziendale
Service Design
Smart city e Strategia sostenibile delle città
Imprese sociali e imprenditorialità sociale
Digital e Sustainable Innovation

Progetti in corso

  • WBR – Lab.  Welfare Benefit Return. Laboratorio di Ricerca per la misurazione della “creazione di valore” delle policy di Welfare Aziendale.
  • SMARTUP – Innovative Startup Master & Advanced Reflective Tools through cooperation between Universities and companies belonging to innovative sectors – Erasmus+ (KA2)
  • CASI – Public Participation in Developing a Common Framework for Assessment and Management of Sustainable Innovation – 7°PQ (Mobilisation and Mutual Learning (MML) Action Plans – mainstreaming Science in Society actions in research).
  • Responsabilità sociale di impresa e Welfare aziendale. Studio dell’effetto dell’introduzione di pratiche sostenibili sull’innovazione dei modelli di business nelle imprese italiane.
  • Untangling the interaction between organizational capabilities and innovation in a public setting: The case of the congestion charge zone (Area C) in Milan.
  • JCI – Job Creation Index. Progettazione e sviluppo di un indicatore di sostenibilità delle imprese.

Pubblicazioni recenti

Cavenago D., Mariani L., forthcoming, Re-inventing the social business model: New opportunities for the Third Sector Organizations in Italy, in Handbook of Research on Emerging Business Models and Managerial Strategies in the Nonprofit Sector, IGI-Global.

Martini M., Cavenago D., Mariani L., forthcoming, When the outcome is employability: leading indicators for the governance of labour market services, PUBLIC ORGANIZATION REVIEW.

Martini M., Cavenago D. (2017). The role of perceived workplace development opportunities in enhancing indivual employability. International Journal of Training and Development, Vol. 21 (1).

Martini M., Andreani M. & Trivellato B. (2016). Addressing Information Needs in Employment Services Provision in Italy: The Role of Codesign Networks, International Journal of Public Administration. DOI: 10.1080/01900692.2016.1162802.

Trivellato B., Martini M. (2016). Liberalising Employment Services at the Regional Level: Implementation Lessons from an Italian Case. International Public Management Review. Vol. 17, Iss. 1, pp. 40-58.

Trivellato B., Martini M., Cavenago D., Marafioti M. (2016). A case of employment services in Italy: from a tentative quasi-market to focused partnership programmes. International Journal of Public Sector Management, Volume: 29 Issue: 5, pp. XX. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/IJPSM-02-2016-0031

Beltrami G., Boselli R., Cavenago D., Martini M. (2016). L’offerta di servizi on line nei Comuni lombardi e l’interattività sui portali istituzionali. Risorse Umane, Vol. 3.

Martini M. (2015). The role of workplace development opportunities in enhancing individual employability. In EURAM 15th Conference Proceedings.

Cavenago D., Di Mucci, Marafioti E., MartiniI M. (2015). Sostenibilità e innovazione nelle imprese della filiera agro-alimentare. In: Mezzanzanica M. (a cura di), La filiera agroalimentare, Aracne Editore, Roma.

Martini M. (2015). The Use of Social Media in Human Resource Management: Evidences from a Sample of Companies in Italy. In: Larsen C., Rand S., Schmid A., Mezzanzanica M. and Dusi S. (Eds.) (2015): Big Data and the Complexity of Labour Market Policies, München/Mering: Rainer Hampp Verlag.–

Gascò, M., Trivellato, B., & Cavenago, D. (2015). How Do Southern European Cities Foster Innovation? Lessons from the Experience of the Smart City Approaches of Barcelona and Milan. In R. Gil-Garcia, T. Pardo, & T. Nam (a cura di), Smarter as the New Urban Agenda. A Comprehensive View of the 21st Century City (pp. 191-206). Springer.

Trivellato, B., & Martini, M. (2015). Functional Reforms in Italian Employment Policies: Institutional Impact at the Macro and Micro Level. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, 38(6), 422-432.

Mariani, L., & Cavenago, D. (2014). Defining hospital’s internal boundaries An organisational complexity criterion. HEALTH POLICY, 117(2), 239-246.

Cavenago, D., Marafioti, E., & Martini, M. (2014). Business models and social innovation: the case of employee welfare services. Intervento presentato a: XXIV International RESER Conference: Services and New Societal Challenges: Innovation for Sustainable Growth and Welfare, Helsinki, Finland.

Cavenago, D., Marafioti, E., & Martini, M. (2014). Entrepreneurship in public services: the concept and development of a service science graduate program. In EURAM 14th Conference Proceedings.

Trivellato, B., & Cavenago, D. (2014). From Urban Planning to Smart Collaborative Strategies: Lessons from Italian Cities. In P. Joyce, & A. Drumaux (a cura di), Strategic Management in Public Organizations: European Practices and Perspectives (pp. 57-75). Routledge.

Trivellato, B., Boselli, R., & Cavenago, D. (2014). Design and Implementation of Open-Government Initiatives at the Sub-National Level: Lessons from Italian Cases. In M. Gascò Hernàndez (a cura di), Open Government. Opportunities and Challenges for Public Governance (pp. 65-84). Springer.

Mariani, L., & Cavenago, D. (2013). Redesigning Welfare Services for Policies Effectiveness: The non-profit organizations (NPOs) perspective. PUBLIC MANAGEMENT REVIEW.

Cavenago, D., Marafioti, E., & Martini, M. (2013). Transforming theory into practice: the concept and development of a service science graduate program. In Conference Proceedings 16th Toulon-Verona Conference “Excellence in Services”.