Dr. Marco Furlotti is leadership of the undergraduate and graduate modules, within the Nottingham Business School, focusing on the supervision of PhD and DBA course delivery and research.
Marco has been a member of faculty at the Management Department of the School of Economics and Management, Tilburg University (the Netherlands), prior to joining NTU.
Completing his PhD in Business Administration and Management at the Bocconi University in Milan, with a thesis on inter-firm technology agreements, at his Alma mater, Marco also taught Organisation Theory.
In his earlier career, Marco held executive positions in the Investment Banking industry, and executive and managerial positions in the Industrial Machinery, and the Automotive industries.
Dr. Marco Furlotti researches in the fields of organisation models for innovation and technological transfer, contracting, network governance, entrepreneurship, strategic alliances, temporary organisations, organisation design, organisational decision-making.
Sponsors and collaborators
Marco’ research projects have benefitted from the support of the the Claudio Dematté Research Division of SDA Bocconi School of Management, Milano (Italy) and the
Stichting Jong Ondernemen, Rotterdam (The Netherlands)
Marco continues to work with a range of internal and external collaborators, including
Anna Grandori and Giuseppe (Beppe) Soda (Bocconi University), Joseph Lampel (Manchester Business School, University of Manchester), René Mauer (ESCP Europe Berlin), Geert Duijsters (Tilburg University), Ksenia Podoynitsyna (Eindhoven University of Technology) Fearon Colm and Wim van Vuuren (Canterbury Christ Church University)
XXRSCH190C18: Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)
BUSI48868: Strategic Renewal and Transformation (MBA)
BUSI49024: Organisation and Management 201617 Flex Prog 1
BUSI49011: Organisation and Management 201617 Flex Prog 1
BUSI48106: Research Methods for Managers 201718 Flex Prog 1
BUSI32627: Research Project (Business) 201718 Full Year
BUSI48390: Dissertation 201617 Flex Prog 1 (MSc GBM)
BUSI48902: Contexts of Management 201617 Flex Prog 1
BUSI49013: Academic, Professional & Career Development 201617 Flex Prog 1