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In 1999, the Digital Innovation Observatories of the School of Management of Politecnico di Milano were set up to raise cultural awareness in all the main areas of digital innovation.

Today, our Observatories provide an expert point of referencefor digital innovation, performing research, communication and continuous update activities.

According to the vision guiding the work of the Observatories, digital innovation is an essential factor in a country’s development

 

Our purpose is to generate and spread knowledge about opportunities and the impact of digital technology in companies, public authorities and the citizens. Our approach consists of interpretive models based upon sound empirical evidence together with centres for independent ongoing and pre-competitive discussion to bring together the demand-and offer-side for digital innovation. 

 

RESEARCH

Research activities are conducted by a team of nearly 100 Professors/Lecturers, Researchers, and Analysts working in over 40 different Observatories on all key topics of Digital Innovation in Companies, including SMBs, and in the Public Sector


RESEARCH

Research activities are conducted by a team of nearly 100 Professors/Lecturers, Researchers, and Analysts working in over 40 different Observatories on all key topics of Digital Innovation in Companies, including SMBs, and in the Public Sector


UPDATE

Osservatori.net is a reliable source of information and data for professional update on Digital Innovation delivered through a multimedia and interactive platform that can be customized according to individual interests

 


UPDATE

Osservatori.net is a reliable source of information and data for professional update on Digital Innovation delivered through a multimedia and interactive platform that can be customized according to individual interests

 


COMMUNICATION

The Observatories spread knowledge on Digital Innovation through Conferences, Media and Publications, creating over 5000 press releases and 240 public events every year


COMMUNICATION

The Observatories spread knowledge on Digital Innovation through Conferences, Media and Publications, creating over 5000 press releases and 240 public events every year


NETWORKING

The Observatories aggregates the broadest community of decision makers in demand and offer areas and in Institutions, which collaborates and develops solid relationships in the numerous interaction opportunities to contribute to spreading Digital Innovation in Italy

NETWORKING

The Observatories aggregates the broadest community of decision makers in demand and offer areas and in Institutions, which collaborates and develops solid relationships in the numerous interaction opportunities to contribute to spreading Digital Innovation in Italy

Key numbers
200 PUBLICATIONS

The most complete collection of analyses, data and conceptual frameworks on digital innovation to assist in decisions crucial to the success of a company

200 STREAMING WORKSHOPS, WEBINARS AND CONFERENCES

Analysts and experts explore key topics of digital innovation

490 PARTNERS E SPONSORS

Research at the Observatories for Digital Innovation is supported by the most important offer-side companies

200.000 SPECIALISTS

Managers and C-level executives are following the Observatories' work and research findings

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School of Management

The School of Management at the Politecnico di Milano opened in 2003, gathering various research, training, and consultation activities in the field of economics, management, and industrial engineering, which the Politecnico carries forward through its various internal structures and consortia.

The School is composed of: THE DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT, ECONOMICS and INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT, ECONOMICS and INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING DEGREES AND PHD PROGRAMMES MIP GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS FOCUSES MAINLY ON EXECUTIVE LEARNING AND MASTERS PROGRAMMES

The School of Management holds the “Triple crown”, the three most prestigious accreditations for business schools on a worldwide level: EQUIS, received in 2007, AMBA (Association of MBAs) in 2013, and AACSB (Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), obtained in 2021. In 2017, it became the first Italian business school to receive recognition for the quality of its courses provided through digital learning in its Executive MBAs using EOCCS (EFMD Online Course Certification System). Included since 2009 in the Financial Times list of the Best Business Schools in Europe, today it is listed with the Executive MBA, full-time MBA, Master of Science in Management Engineering, Customised Executive programmes for business, and Open Executive programmes for managers and professionals. In 2021, the International Flex EMBA was situated among the 10 best masters degrees in the world in the Financial
Times Online MBA Ranking. The School is also present in the QS World University Rankings and Bloomberg Businessweek Ranking. It is a member of PRME (Principles for Responsible Management Education), Cladea (Latin American Council of Management Schools), and QTEM (Quantitative Techniques for Economics & Management Masters Network). The School encompasses the Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering at the Politecnico di Milano and the MIP Graduate School of Business, which is focused in particular on executive training and its masters programmes. Within the field of digital innovation, the School of Management’s work consists of: Observatories for Digital Innovation, where research falls under the umbrella of the Department of Management Engineering, Executive education and Masters programmes, delivered by MIP.

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