Dr Stefano Miraglia
The Bartlett School of Sustainable Construction
Faculty of the Built Environment
- Joined UCL
- 1st Sep 2014
Evolutionary perspectives on strategic management - Knowledge-based evolutionary approach to the study of organizational change and interfirm differences.
Strategic knowledge management - Replication and adaptation of knowledge assets within and across organizations, with a special focus on knowledge reutilization in fast-changing environments.
Strategy in business ecosystems - Ecosystems Strategy Framework; identifying the factors that determine who succeeds in ecosystem competition.
Architectural properties of complex systems - Interplay between modularity and integrality as architectural properties of complex systems.
Business model innovation - Strategic challenges and opportunities associated, for example, with ‘servitisation,’ the advent of robotics and artificial intelligence, and the implementation of the ultrafast and hyperfast internet.
- Higher Education Academy
- Other Postgraduate qualification (including professional), ATQ03 - Recognised by the HEA as a Fellow | 2016
- Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine
- Doctorate, Doctor of Philosophy | 2014
Dr Stefano Miraglia (PhD, Imperial College Business School) is Associate Professor of Strategy at University College London, where he conducts advanced research on the strategic challenges and opportunities brought forward by technological innovation. Prior to joining UCL, he was a researcher at University of Cambridge, and Imperial College London.
Stefano advises senior executives and strategic decision makers of both the private and public sector in the areas of systems design, technology and innovation management, technological platforms, strategic knowledge management, business model innovation, and strategy in business ecosystems. His experience as scholar and consultant spans banking, insurance, construction, mining equipment, industrial equipment, defence, publishing, fashion, information and communication technologies, pharmaceutical, sport, media, and telecommunications.
He regularly presents his research in international conferences and symposia (including the annual meetings of the Academy of Management, Strategic Management Society, DRUID, EURAM, EGOS, and INFORMS), and teaches at Undergraduate, Postgraduate, MBA and Executive Education levels.