Francesco is managing director of Vision and Value, the management consulting firm, advising strategies to major institutions (including the European Commission and Italian Ministry of Economy) and multinationals. He is also Director of the think tank Vision.
His analyses have been quoted by international media like The Economist and he is currently columnist on Il Mattino. He has also written for all other major Italian newspapers including Il Sole 24 Ore, Il Corriere della Sera, La Repubblica.
Together with Vision he lead managed a number of projects on the impact of the Internet on Society. He is author of Il Ritorno della Rete, 2001, ed. Fazi, on the impact of ICT on health care systems, La Macchina che cambiò il Mondo, 2002, ed. Fazi, on the impact of ICT on the car and the transportation system, and Il Sonno della Ragione, 2003, ed. Marsilio on the crisis of rationality.
Previously at Bank of Tokyo - London as a Head of Italian Desk, he has been Associate with McKinsey.
The "McKinsey Mind" introduces Francesco as a success case of application of McKinsey problem solving methodologies to public sector and political questions. He holds a Laurea in Economia from LUISS University in Rome and an MBA as a Fulbright Scholar from Boston University. He is completing his PhD at The London School of Economics with a research on the effectiveness of public investments in R&D.
He was among the founding members of the Lisbon Council for competitiveness and he is a member of the Association of the Italian Management Consulting Firms and, in this capacity, a member of the Italian Association of Young Entrepreneurs. He is board member of a number of NGOS including the Agency that is working to promote legality and sustainable development in areas near his birth city Naples.
He has run the New York Marathon in less than 3 and half hour, he likes to ski and play tennis and he is a fan of Juventus but his real passion is Chiara.
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