Flavia Marzano

Flavia Marzano
  • Roma Capitale

Professor at Link Campus University.

Communication and innovation in Enterprises and Public Administrations.

In the last 20 years she has supported Enterprises and Public Administrations in fostering communication and innovation, defining strategies, adopting new technologies and applying new communication media in the context of their organizational, economical and technological systems. She has been especially active in: definition and adoption of Innovation and Communication strategies, definition of national and European policies, consulting and university teaching on strategies for innovation and communication in public administrations (open government, social networking, web 2.0, free software, e-democracy, eparticipation).

Many of her activities have been performed by teamwork and in collaboration with heterogeneous groups. Manager (with bottom line targets) of public and private ICT companies. Participant and evaluator of research projects for application of ICTs in Public Administrations. Participant (including research and dissemination), evaluator and reviewer of European projects (FP 5, 6, 7).

Member of the national Committee drafting the first Italian Digital Administration Code. President and co-founder of Stati Generali dell’Innovazione, a multistakeholder association devoted to collecting and sharing experiences on innovation and lobbying for the adoption of innovative regulations at the national level (Open Data by default, Free Wi-Fi). In this role she has been involved in the Italian working groups on Open Government Partnership and on the Italian Open Government Partnership Action Plan and she was invited to the Open Government Partnership Summit (London 2013).

Founder of the WISTER group (Women for Intelligent and Smart TERritories). In this role she has been invited speaker at the ICT 2013 in Vilnius.

Lecturer for 3 years at Bologna University, for 2 years at Pisa University, for 1 year at Turin University and since 2009 at Rome University, La Sapienza, (Tech for Public Adm). Blogger for Wired.it, CheFuturo.it and other national innovation and new technologies port