ALESSANDRO MINICHILLI

ALESSANDRO MINICHILLI
Associate Professor
Department of Management and Technology
 


Courses a.y. 2016/2017

10436 CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
10583 TELECOM CASE- BUSINESS CASE
20123 SISTEMI DI CORPORATE GOVERNANCE / CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
30060 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE E GESTIONE DELLE IMPRESE / MANAGEMENT
40299 GOVERNO D'IMPRESA [CORPORATE GOVERNANCE]
50013 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE E BILANCIO - MODULO 1 (ECONOMIA AZIENDALE) [MANAGEMENT AND ACCOUNTING - MODULE 1 (MANAGEMENT)]


Biographical note

Born August 1st, 1977. PhD Business Administration and Management from Bocconi University.


Academic CV

Associate Professor of Business Administration in the Department of Management & Technology. He has been visiting scholar at the Birmingham Business School, Norwegian School of Management BI, Wharton Business School, and IESE Business School, Madrid.

Visiting Professor at WIFU - Witten Istitute for Family Firms, Witten/Herdecke University (Germany).

He is Associate Editor of the Family Business Review, and member of the editorial board of Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Management Studies, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, and Corporate Governance: an International Review.


Research areas

Governance mechanisms in family-controlled companies.Corporate governance and boards of directors. Board evaluations. Top management teams and corporate elites. Career profiles of CEOs. Leadership.


Selected publications

Articles in international journals:

  • Minichilli, A., Nordqvist, M., Corbetta, G., and Amore, M.D., CEO succession mechanisms, organizational context, and performance: A Socio-Emotional Wealth perspective on family controlled firms, Journal of Management Studies, forthcoming.
  • Miller, D., Le Breton Miller, I., Minichilli, A., Corbetta, G. and Pittino, D., When do non-family CEOs outperform in family firms? Agency and behavioural agency considerations, Journal of Management Studies, forthcoming.
  • Amore, M.D., Garofalo, O. and Minichilli, A., Gender interactions within the family firm, Management Scienceforthcoming.
  • Pugliese, A., Minichilli, A. and Zattoni, A., Integrating agency and resource dependence theory: The effects of firm profitability and industry regulation on board tasks performance, Journal of Business Research, forthcoming.
  • Miller, D., Minichilli, A., and Corbetta, G. (2013), Is family leadership always beneficial?, Strategic Management Journal, 34: 553-571.
  • Corbetta, G., Minichilli, A. and Salvato, C. (2013), Entrepreneurship experience: A complex, multi-dimensional phenomenon within Europe and worldwide, Entrepreneurship Research Journal, 3(1): 1-8.
  • Zona, F., Minichilli, A. and Zattoni, A. (2012), A contingency model of board of directors and firm innovation: The moderating role of firm size, British Journal of Management, published online for early view - DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-8551.2011.00805.x.
  • Salvato C., Minichilli A. and Piccarreta R. (2012), Faster routes to the CEO suite: Nepotism or managerial proficiency?, Family Business Review, 25(2) 206–224.
  • Amore, M.D., Minichilli, A. and Corbetta, G. (2011), ‘How do Managerial Successions Shape Corporate Financing Policies in Family Firms?’, Journal of Corporate Finance, 17: 1016-1027.
  • Minichilli, A., Zattoni, A., Nielsen, S. and Huse, M. (2012), ‘Board task performance: an exploration of micro- and macro-level determinants of board effectiveness’, Journal of Organizational Behaviour, 33(2): 193-215.
  • Machold, S., Minichilli, A., Huse, M. and Nordqvist, M. (2011), ‘Board leadership and strategy involvement in small firms: A team production approach’, Corporate Governance: An International Review, 19(4): 368-383.
  • Carcano L., Corbetta G. and Minichilli A. (2011), ‘Why luxury firms are often family firms? Family identity, symbolic capital and value creation in luxury-related industries’, Universia Business Review, 32: 40-53.
  • Minichilli, A., Corbetta, G. and MacMillan, I. (2010) ‘Top Management Teams in family controlled companies: ‘Familiness’, ‘faultlines’ and the impact on financial performance’, Journal of Management Studies, 47(2): 205-222.
  • Zattoni, Z. and Minichilli, A. (2009) ‘Stock incentive plans in italian listed companies. Diffusion and characteristics in 2000 and 2006’, Corporate Governance: An International Review, 17(2): 224-237.
  • Minichilli, A., Zattoni, A. and Zona, F. (2009), ‘Making boards effective: An empirical examination of board task performance’, British Journal of Management, 20: 55-74.
  • Minichilli, A., Gabrielsson, J. and Huse, M. (2007), ‘Board evaluations: Making a fit between the purpose and the system’, Corporate Governance: An International Review, 15(4): 609-622.
  • Minichilli, A. and Hansen, C. (2007), ‘The board advisory tasks in small firms and the event of crises’, Journal of Management and Governance, 11(1): 5-22.
  • Gabrielsson, J., Huse, M. and Minichilli, A. (2007), ‘Understanding the leadership role of the board chairperson through a team production approach’, International Journal of Leadership Studies, 3(1): 21-39.
  • Huse, M., Minichilli, A. and Schøning, M. (2005), ‘Corporate boards as assets for operating in the new Europe: The value of process-oriented boardroom dynamics’, Organizational Dynamics, 34(3):285-297.
     

Books and book chapters:

  • Minichilli, A. (2012), Proprietà, governo e direzione delle imprese, Milano, EGEA.
  • Minichilli, A. (2008), Autogrill: un Viaggio di Valori. Corporate Governance e Sviluppo Internazionale, Milano, EGEA.
  • D’Allura, G. and Minichilli, A. (2012), ‘Family business and competitive strategy research’ in Dagnino G.B. (2011, forthcoming), Elgar Handbook of Research on Competitive Strategy.
  • Huse, M., Gabrielsson, J. and Minichilli, A. (2009), ‘Improving corporate governance practices’, in Burke, R. and Cooper C.L., The Peak Performing Organizations, Routledge.
  • Huse, M., Gabrielsson, J. and Minichilli, A. (2009), ‘How boards contribute to value creation?’, in Huse M., Corporate Governance and Organizational Behaviour, Routledge.
  • Nordqvist, M. and Minichilli, A. (2009), ‘What makes boards in small firms active?’, in Huse M., Corporate Governance and Organizational Behaviour, Routledge.
  • Minichilli, A., Zattoni, A. and Zona, F., ‘Board attributes and task performance in large italian companies. A behavioural perspective’, in Huse M., Corporate Governance and Organizational Behaviour, Routledge.
  • Zona, F., Minichilli, A. and Zattoni, A. (2009), ‘The impact of board of directors and CEO’s characteristics on firm’s innovation’ in Huse M., Corporate Governance and Organizational Behaviour, Routledge.
  • Huse, M., Gabrielsson, J. and Minichilli, A. (2007), ‘Knowledge and accountability: Outside directors contribution in the corporate value chain’ in Gomez, P.Y. and Moore R. eds. (2007)Board Members and Management Consulting: Redefining Boundaries, Information Age Publishing.
  • Corbetta, G. and Minichilli, A. (2006), ‘Board of directors in italian public family controlled companies’, in Poutziouris, P., Smyrnios, K. and Klein S. eds., Family Business Research Handbook, Elgar Publishing.

  

Other publications (also in italian):

  • Minichilli A., Dieci anni di corporate governance: Cosa sappiamo e cosa no (ma dovremmo sapere) sul governo delle imprese, second revision, Economia & Management, forthcoming.
  • Zattoni, A., Minichilli, A. and Pugliese, A. (2010), ‘L’impatto delle condizioni interne ed esterne sul ruolo del Cda: un’analisi empirica sulle grandi imprese Italiane’, in Fortuna, F. (a cura di), La Corporate Governance nell’Esperienza Nazionale e Internazionale. Aspetti Comparativi e Profili Evolutivi, Il Mulino.
  • Corbetta, G., Minichilli A. and De Angelis, D. (2010), ‘Le imprese familiari’, in AA.VV. ‘Milano Produttiva’, Bruno Mondadori Editore.
  • Corbetta, G. and Minichilli A. (2009), ‘Le imprese familiari milanesi’, in AA.VV. ‘Milano Produttiva’, Bruno Mondadori Editore.
  • Huse, M., Minichilli A., Nordqvist, M. and Zattoni, A. (2008), ‘Board tasks in small firms: The importance of motivation and evaluations’, Sinergie.
  • Corbetta, G. and Minichilli A. (2007), ‘Il Top Management nelle aziende di famiglia’, Family Business News, 1.
  • Corbetta, G. and Minichilli A. (2005), ‘Il governo delle imprese italiane quotate a controllo familiare: i risultati di una ricerca esplorativa’, Economia & Management, Nov-Dic.