Clemente Minonne is a Professor at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts / Lucerne School of Engineering and Architecture. At the Institute for Innovation and Technology Management (IIT) he conducts research and teaches on the topic of “Digital Business Economy and Engineering” . He understands his role and what he does as a toolmaker.
In a scientific context, Prof. Dr. Clemente Minonne focuses on empirical social research and works methodically in the sense of Grounded Theory with Action Research in order to enable the basis for the servitisation and smartification of business processes or products in companies by means of analyses of complex business processes.
Clemente Minonne is also the Founder of iProcess AG, iBridge GmbH and iConomy GmbH, which were consolidated into DigitalFuture AG at the end of 2021. As a management consultant he was able to assist companies over more than two decades in assessing "data-driven business models" with regard to the consequences of the "make", "buy" or "build" options and thus build up extensive experience.
In his publications he attaches great importance to imparting stringent methodological approaches in order to determine the potential of digitalisation measures. He is the author of the current book „Digital Business Engineering - Going Beyond Business Models and Getting Down to Digital Business Processes“. Clemente Minonne is recognised by the practice community internationally for his proven and strong methodological skills in the context of "Digital Business Ecosystems", which takes into account not only hard but also soft factors. National and international private-sector companies and public administrations work together with him regularly, being coached and advised by him.
Clemente Minonne studied from 1990 to 1995 Electrical Engineering (Bachelor) at the School of Engineering in Zurich, which today belongs to the ZHAW School of Engineering. After working for international companies (Ascom, Zurich Insurance, a.o.) he studied Business Administration from 2000 to 2002, majoring in General Strategic Management (Master) at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow. After further professional experience in management and consulting (Storage Technology, Hewlett Packard, a.o.) and four years of intensive research, Clemente Minonne in 2008 received his doctoral degree in Business Economics from the University of South Australia in Adelaide.
Member of the academic committee and peer reviewer for the following academic conferences:
Davos Digital Forum (DDF)
European Conference on Innovation & Entrepreneurship (ECIE)
European Conference on Digital Government (ECDG)
European Conference on Intangibles and Intellectual Capital (ECIIC)
European Conference on the Impact of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics (ECIAIR)
European Conference on Knowledge Management (ECKM)
Member of the consortium of the European Manufacturing Survey (EMS)