Andrea Bruno Granelli
Andrea Bruno Granelli is founding partner of Kanso, consulting firm specialized in innovation, leadership and change management. He graduated in Computer Science (summa cum laude), a post-lauream specialization on diagnostic methods in psychiatry and a MBA McKinsey. In 1996 he creates tin.it for which he served has CEO fro several years. In 2001 he has been nominated CEO of TILab and head of Research, Development, Innovation and Venture Capital of Telecom. He created several industries and many activities: Loquendo, the Ivrea Interaction Design Institute, Permanent Exhibition of technology at S. Salvador in Venice and the Multimedia Lab at University La Sapienza (Rome) along with Mediaset.
He writes periodically about digital technologies, innovation and leadership on newspaper and journals and he published many books. He edited the entry “Tecnologie della comunicazione” [Communication Technologies] for the Treccani’s Enciclopedia Scienza e Tecnica. He keeps a blog about eLeadership for IlSole24Ore – Nova. He sits in the editorial and scientific board of MIT Technology Review Italia. He has been advisor for innovation for the Ministry of Cultural Heritage Rutelli and Program Manager for the area “new technologies for cultural and touristic activities” in Industria 2015. He co-designed and managed (as a member of the jury) many prizes on creativity and innovation.