PAOLO D’ANSELMI 60, has been a practitioner of management consultancy and policy analysis since 1981. He teaches CSR at the University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy. He is a graduate in Electrical Engineering (Roma Sapienza) and in Public Policy (Harvard).
Since 1989, before the fall of the Berlin Wall, and throughout the 90’s, he has been a small entrepreneur in the publishing business, with ten editions of a handbook of the Italian public sector. He has also worked for McKinsey in Europe and the USA and was a civil servant in the early 80’s.
He is the author of “Values and Stakeholders in an Era of Social Responsibility”, Palgrave Macmillan, London, 2011, and is now working on a new book whose working title is “Making Peace with Ourselves and with Capitalism”.
His speaking themes are related to the economy, individual behavior and personal hopes vis-à-vis the complexity of life and society. Among others, audiences include: students and young people looking for a job; business associations. To both Paolo brings a message of self reliance and commitment. For the latter self reliance is based on the awareness that business – being subject to competition – is the carrier of positive values in society and has untapped social resources.