Federico Minelle

First Name: 
Federico
Last Name: 
Minelle

Graduated in Physics, for more then 40 years he consulted in Business Organization, Information Systems and Project Management.

Previously as partner of Accenture and then as senior partner of Italian consultancy firm P.R.S. (Planning, Ricerche e Studi), he managed and monitored large ICT innovation projects, both in Engineering&Construction and Government industries.

He teaches for 20 years Businesss Information Systems in the Computer Science Dept of “Sapienza” - Rome University, where he also teaches for the academic Master in ICT Governance and Audit.

Honorary member of ISIPM (Italian Institute for Project Management), he is also editorial director of the Italian journal “Il Project Manager”.

In the early ’90 he co-authored 2 books on strategies and management of Engineering&Construction business edited by Industry Associations, while more recently he contributed to the Guidelines for Quality ICT Procurement edited by Government Agency for ICT.

Author of several articles and seminars on Cost/Benefit analysis for ICT Government projects.

Co-author of sections in the book “Project Life Cycle Economics” edited by Massimo Pica (Gower, 2015).

To be contacted at minelle@di.uniroma1.it

Professional Since: 
Oct-1978 (41.0 yrs experience)
Oldest experience: 
Dec 1969 (49.8 yrs experience, WARNING: 8.8 years variance with Professional Since)
Years Experience: 
47
Guild Accreditation: 
Awaiting Applicant

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