Karen Venturini

Ateneo

Docente a contratto
Coordinatore dipartimento

Laurea in Disegno industriale
Dipartimento di Studi Storici

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Curriculum vitæ

Orario ricevimento


Mercoledì 9.30 – 11.30


Profilo biografico

Nata a Roma nel 1968, si laurea in Economia e Commercio presso l’Università degli Studi di Bologna nel 1993, con una tesi in Economia Politica. Vincitrice nel 1994 di una borsa di studio emanata dall’Università degli Studi di San Marino, partecipa a due progetti di ricerca indetti dal Governo di San Marino sul riordino del sistema contabile e gestionale della Pubblica Amministrazione sammarinese. Nel 1995 riceve attestato del corso biennale di specializzazione all’insegnamento presso il Dipartimento della Formazione dell’Università di San Marino. Nel 1998 viene inquadrata nella dotazione organica dell’Università in qualità di Coordinatore di Dipartimento. Dal 2000 è distaccata dal suo ruolo per svolgere attività di ricerca e didattica. Nello stesso anno frequenta il corso per Responsabile di progetti culturali, organizzato a Torino dalla Fondazione Fitzcarraldo e dalla Scuola di Gestione Aziendale dell’Università di Torino, vincendo il premio per il migliore progetto culturale. Consegue il Dottorato di Ricerca in Ingegneria Gestionale bandito presso il Dipartimento di Economia e Tecnologia dell’Università di San Marino (XII ciclo). Nel 2009 vince il concorso per Professore Assistente del Dipartimento di Economia e Tecnologia. Partecipa, in qualità di relatore, a diversi convegni nazionali ed internazionali ed è autore di pubblicazioni su riviste scientifiche internazionali. Svolge, in collaborazione con l’Università di Padova, attività di ricerca nell’area “Gestione dell’Innovazione” “Trasferimento Tecnologico” e “Innovazione design-driven”.

Aree di interesse

-    Gestione dell’innovazione
-    Trasferimento tecnologico
-    Innovazione design driven

Pubblicazioni

Verbano, C., Wasser, A., Lincoln M., Venturini, K., 2013. “Managing resources in the generation and development of research-based spinoffs: evidence from Israeli cases”, in Technology Transfer to Society Annual Conference, Entrepreneurial Activity and Regional Competitiveness, Bergamo, November 8-9, 2013 

Petroni, G. Verbano C., Venturini, K. “Determinants and Catalysts in Intra-firm Technology Transfer: Learning from Case Studies”, Long Range Planning. Forthcoming 2013. 

Verbano C., Venturini K., Crema M. “The identification and characterization of open innovation profiles in Italian SMEs”, Journal of Small Business Management Forthcoming 2014. 

Venturini, K. and Verbano C., 2013 “Space Technology Transfer: a Systematic Literature Review”, 8th European Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship – ECIE Proceedings, Brussels, 19-20 September 2013. 

Verbano C., Venturini K. and Wasser A. “The Evolution of Resources in Research-Based Spinoffs: Learning from a Case Study”, 8th European Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship – ECIE Proceedings, Brussels, 19-20 September 2013. 

Verbano C., Crema M., Venturini K., “Linking strategy with open innovation and performance in SMEs”, submitted to Measuring Business Excellence. 

Verbano C. and Venturini K., “Managing Risks in SMEs: a literature review and research agenda” submitted to Journal of Technology Management & Innovation. 

Verbano C., Crema M., Venturini K. (2013), “Connecting strategy, Open Innovation and performance in SMEs”, EDULEARN 2013 (5th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies), Barcelona, Spain, 1st-3rd July. 

Venturini K., Verbano C., Bron A., 2013. “Openness and innovation: an empirical analysis in firms located in the Republic of San Marino”, International Journal of Engineering, Science and Technology, Vol. 5, No. 4, pp. 60-70. 

Venturini K., Verbano C., Matsumoto M., 2013. “Space Technology Transfer: Spin-off Cases from Japan”, Space Policy, Vol. 29, No. 1, pp. 49–57. 

Verbano C., Venturini K., 2012. “Technology Transfer in the Italian Space Industry: Organizational Issues and Determinants”, Management Research Review, Vol. 35, n. 4, pp. 1-15. 

Petroni G., Venturini K., Verbano C., 2012. “Open innovation and new issues in R&D organization and personnel management”, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Vol. 23, n. 1, pp. 147-173. 

Verbano C., Crema M., Venturini K., 2011. “Integration and Selectivity in Open Innovation: an empirical analysis in SMEs”, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, Vol. 59, pp. 1106-1114. 

Venturini K., Verbano C., Matsumoto M., 2011, “Space Technology transfer: evidences from Japan”, International Conference of Education Research and Innovation Proceedings CD, Madrid 18-19th November. 

Crema M., Venturini K., Verbano C., 2011. “Open Innovation profiles in Italian manufacturing companies”, In: e-Proceedings of the 14th Uddevalla Symposium & Third International Symposium, University of Bergamo, Italy, June 16-18th

Verbano C., Venturini K., 2011. “Development Paths Of Risk Management: Approaches, Methods And Fields Of Application”, Journal of Risk Research, Vol. 14, n. 5-6, pp. 519 – 550. 

Venturini K., Verbano C., Salmaso L., 2010. “Open Innovation in Firms Located in the Republic of San Marino”, Rent XXIV - Research In Entrepreneurship And Small Business, “The Entrepreneurial Process in a Changing Economy”, Proceedings CD, Maastricht, The Netherlands, November 18-19. 

Verbano C., Venturini K., Bigliardi B., 2010. “Organization and determinants of technology transfer in Space industry”, International Conference of Education Research and Innovation, Proceedings CD, Madrid 15-17th November. 

Cantarello S., Nosella A., Petroni G. e Venturini K., 2010. “The governance modes for external technology sourcing during new product development stages: evidence from cases of design-driven innovation”, Management Decision, Vol. 49, n. 6, pp. 962 – 983.

Petroni G., Venturini K., Santini S., 2010. “Space technology transfer policies: Learning from scientific satellite case studies, Space Policy, Vol. 26, n. 2, pp. 39-52 (Top 25 Hottest Articles Social Science)

Venturini K., Verbano C., 2009. “The Adoption of Laser Technology in Italian Art Restoration Firms: The Role of Suppliers and Clients” Journal of Current Issues in Finance, Business and Economics, Vol. 2, n. 2/3, pp. 113-138.

Book Contributions

Crema, M, Venturini, K., Verbano, C., (2013). Open innovation profiles in Italian Manufacturing Companies, in Entrepreneurial Knowledge, Technology and the Transformation of Regions,  Edited by Karlosson, C., Johansson, B.,  Stough, R. - Series: Regions and Cities, pp. 203-224, TROLHATTAN: University West, Routledge. ISBN: 9789197794329

Nosella A., Petroni G., Venturini K. (January 2010), Analysing the Internal Environment. Competencies, stakeholders. CASE: Gavazzi Space in “Business Strategy in Context” by Neil Thomson and Charles Baden-Fuller, Cass Business School, London. Publisher Blackwell.

Venturini K., Verbano C. (2010) "The adoption of laser technology in Italian art restoration firms: the role of suppliers and clients” in "Handbook of Regional Economics" - Nova Science Publishers, Inc, Hauppauge NY. ISBN: 978-1-60741-036-2.

Review of articles for international journals

2012    "Organizational ambidexterity in the search phase of the innovation process. Evidence from a leading case study” for International Journal of Knowledge Management Studies

2013    “Innovation Management Capability: A Meta Analysis and Development of Theoretical Framework" for The International Journal of Human Resource Management(I.F. 1,043)

Activities in international research groups

2012/2013      Collaboration between University of San Marino, University of Padua (Italy) and the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan) for the study of the processes of transfer of space technologies to the industrial system.

2012/2013      Collaboration between University of San Marino, University of Padua (Italy), University of LIUC (Italy) and University of Pisa (Italy)  for the adoption of the open innovation practices in Italian small and medium-sized enterprises.

2013/2014      Collaboration between University of San Marino, University of Padua (Italy) and the Haifa University (Israel) for the study on the research-based and academic spinoffs.