Paolo Taticchi

Paolo Taticchi is professor of Corporate Strategy and Corporate Sustainability and vice-president of University College of London, the fifth most important university in the world.
Before joining UCL, he worked at Imperial College London, where he served as academic director of the school’s Masters in Management, Weekend MBA and Global Online MBA courses and led the Global Student Experience. He currently continues to collaborate with Imperial as a Visiting Professor.
Paolo’s research on corporate sustainability and performance measurement is recognized internationally.

He is the author of over 50 articles published in academic journals and has co-authored three books with Springer. Outside of academia, he has significant consultancy experience in the fields of strategy, education and sustainability. He has advised companies of various sizes in many industries.

Today he serves on advisory boards of influential organizations in Canada, India, Italy, the United Kingdom and the United States and is also one of the advisors to the Ministry of Environment and Energy Security in Italy.

Paolo Taticchi has received numerous international awards and recognition for the impact of his projects. In 2018, he was chosen by the influential website “Poets & Quants” as one of the 40 best business professors in the world, under 40 years old. In the same year, he received the title of Knight of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic. In 2019, he received the “Talented Young Italian Award” from the Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in the United Kingdom. In 2021, he was named “the most influential Italian under 40 in the world” by the business newspaper “Il Sole 24 Ore”.