Over the past ten years I have been lecturing and teaching courses in Management. From 2009 to 2013 I was the principal instructor for the “Management and Organizations” course at Carlos III University in Madrid, and a co-instructor for the course in “Organizational Design”. I have also been the principal instructor for the course “Leadership and organizations in a changing world” within the Master in International and Public Affairs of the Luiss School of Government.

I frequently run workshop, seminars and deliver keynote speeches for in-company programs, international conferences and business schools.

I have delivered speeches for companies like Microsoft, Telecom, Vodafone, Eli Lilly, Micron Technology, Baker Tilly International, and for international organizations such as the OECD, the Norwegian Agency for Innovation (Innovation Norway), the Belgian Technology Industry Federation, the Urban Land Institute of London and
many others.

The main topics of my speeches are: Regional and urban development; Talent attraction and retention; Innovation Policies and creativity; Tech and Jobs: the future of work; The role of diversity in innovation and development processes; Italian political and macroeconomic scenarios.

For a full list of topics and to inquire about a speech, please contact me at:info@irenetinagli.it


What is the role of diversity in economic growth and innovation? An extract from my speech at the Leaders for Change seminar in Milan.

The impact of technology and innovation on employment: the future of work and of workers. An extract of my speech at the Campus Party event in Milan.