Nicola Lattanzi is full professor in Management and Strategy at IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca, Italy, where he teaches Business Strategy and Management for Complex Systems.
He serves the IMT as Delegate for Innovation and Relations with Institutions and Enterprises. He participated in the foundation of the Innovation Center Lab - Neuroscience (ICL-N) at IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca, which promotes innovative research projects in neuroscience and technology applied to the banking sector and management science. In 2018 he collaborated in the publication of "Neuroscience Impact - Brain and Business", jointly with Intesa Sanpaolo and IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca.
He received his Ph.D. in Management and Business Administration in 1995 at the University of Pisa, Italy.
Nicola Lattanzi has several publications (including articles, books chapters and books) in the areas of Small and Medium Sized Enterprises, Family Business Strategy, Business Performance and Prediction, Managerial and Entrepreneurial Behavior, Business and Neuroscience. He recently published or curated: “Il family office. Scenari e nuove frontiere per la gestione e la valorizzazione del patrimonio-azienda familiare” (Giuffrè, 2019); “Le aziende familiari. Generazioni, società, mercato”, (Giappichelli 2017); “Il Family Business Made in Tuscany” (Franco Angeli, 2016); “Azienda, conduzione familiare e scenari competitivi” (Aracne, 2014); “Management Science and Neuroscience Impact. Decision Making Process, Entrepreneurship and Business Strategy” (McGraw-Hill, UK, 2013).
Professor Lattanzi’s teaching experience is focused on Advanced Business Administration, Planning and Control, Strategy and Governance for Family Business, Management and Neuroscience. He is currently teaching Business Strategy and Management for Complex Systems at IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca, which is composed of three modules: "Firms, business analytics and managerial behavior", "Business Behavior and Behavioral Strategy", "Business model for emerging markets". He is also teaching Family Business Strategy at the University of Pisa.
He served, as a consultant, domestic and foreign family businesses, financial companies (private banks and family offices) and public institutions. He was responsible for national and international research projects, both as principal investigator and as a participant researcher. Results were presented at the Italian Industrial Association, at the CNR and at national and international research bodies. They were also disseminated in economic newspapers.
Nicola Lattanzi has supervised many postdoctoral fellows, Ph.D. students, visiting students, research collaborators and graduate students. He was member of the board of the Ph.D. course in Management and Business Administration at the University of Pisa and of other Ph.D. courses committees in various Italian universities.