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Independent HR Innovator and Disruptor. Author of Freedom Management, speaker, consultant on transformation and people.

I help change occur by leveraging human resources, uncapping their potential through an integral application fo the principles of Freedom Management, my recent book on the future of organisations. I inspire CXOs and Senior HR Leaders to incorporate technology and new social technology into their organisations. I provide a powerful rationale for change which renders my keynote and speeches inspirational, but always rigorous and relevant.


LUCA SOLARI is Professor of Organization Theory and Human resource management at the University of Milan (the second largest university in Italy) where he has taught since 2001. His academic work comprises strategy, organizational design issues, and human resource management strategies and practices, with a vast array of previous research and intervention experiences in different industries ranging from service to manufacturing. He has published extensively in Italian and English, and possesses a vast global network both in research and in the HR profession. For the academic year 2012/2013 he has been visiting professor at the Orfalea College of Business at California Polytechnic State University, in San Luis Obispo, California

He received his B.S. degree in Italy in 1991 and his PhD in 1997 from Bocconi University. He began his career at Bocconi University, and he has taught at LIUC Castellanza, and the University of Trento. He has been visiting scholar at the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley, visiting professor at Edhec in Nice (France), and he is presently in the Faculty of the MBA Program at MIP, School of Management, Milan, Italy where he teaches Human Resources as well as a Visiting Faculty at USI, the University of Lugano (CH).

He has an extensive experience in design and delivery of Corporate Executive training programs, and after a long career as Strategic Consultant in Organization and HRM, he presently acts as Corporate Sense maker, Blogger, and Social Media Experimenter, investigating the Future of Work and the Future of Productivity.