Carlo Capponi

Expertise

Dr. Carlo E. Capponi has a profound understanding of how differences in culture and international co-operation affect business, gained while working in various industries: consumer goods, financial service, retail, information technology, industrial goods, health care and transportation.

Professional Experience

Before coming to THT, he gained line experience at Montedison, an Italian conglomerate, in turnaround projects across Europe and in international business development. More recently, he has focused his practice around issues of global strategy development, cultural change management, facilitation of post merger integration, corporate governance and corporate social responsibility. He has authored articles on strategy, corporate planning and process re-engineering, and has assisted his clients in managing international strategies, international expansion, and global organizational development.

Background

Dr. Carlo E. Capponi studied business and economics at Bocconi University (Milan), where he was contract professor for Strategic Planning and Technology Management from 1995 to 1999. He is bilingual with Italian and German and has a good command of English, Spanish and Portuguese. He has 3 children, and lives and works between Amsterdam, Munich and Milan.

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  • The new geography of management - Chartered Management Institute April 7, 2017
    Chartered Management InstituteThe new geography of managementChartered Management InstituteCultural theorists Charles Hampden-Turner and Fons Trompenaars believe that such companies owe their success to ignoring Western advice and plotting a distinctively Chinese course. Their genius, they posit, has been to integrate elements that, to the … For the full art […]
  • The new geography of management - Chartered Management Institute April 7, 2017
    Chartered Management InstituteThe new geography of managementChartered Management InstituteCultural theorists Charles Hampden-Turner and Fons Trompenaars believe that such companies owe their success to ignoring Western advice and plotting a distinctively Chinese course. Their genius, they posit, has been to integrate elements that, to the … For the full art […]
  • The new geography of management - Chartered Management Institute April 7, 2017
    Chartered Management InstituteThe new geography of managementChartered Management InstituteCultural theorists Charles Hampden-Turner and Fons Trompenaars believe that such companies owe their success to ignoring Western advice and plotting a distinctively Chinese course. Their genius, they posit, has been to integrate elements that, to the … For the full art […]
  • Engineers push for safety in manufacturing, others - The Nation Newspaper April 7, 2017
    The Nation NewspaperEngineers push for safety in manufacturing, othersThe Nation NewspaperShe called on participants to focus on building a strong and sustainable safety culture for business and economic progress. Also speaking against the backdrop of building collapse and other unfortunate incidents in the construction industry, the Group … For the full art […]
  • Got Strategic Goals They Won't Happen Without The Right Corporate Culture - Mondaq News Alerts (registration) April 2, 2017
    Got Strategic Goals They Won’t Happen Without The Right Corporate CultureMondaq News Alerts (registration)It is therefore crucial to ensure that the firm’s values are lived by its individuals in their day-to-day work, and that they fully reflect the firm’s ambition and strategy. Thanks to the acquisition of the research firm THT, founded in 1985 by Pr. Dr … […]