Jacek Marczyk Ph.D., Founder, President
Jacek Marczyk, author of nine books on uncertainty and complexity management, has developed in 2003 the Quantitative Complexity Theory (QCT), Quantitative Complexity Management (QCM) methodologies and a new complexity-based theory of risk and rating. In 2005 he founded Ontonix, a company delivering complexity-based early-warning solutions with particular emphasis on systemic aspects and turbulent economic regimes. In 2009 he developed a complexity and resilience-based rating system for businesses and financial products. He introduced the Global Financial Complexity and Resilience Indices in 2013. Since 2015 he is Executive Chairman of Singapore-based Universal Ratings, which focuses on Resistance-to-Shocks ratings for financial products, corporations and countries.
Dr. Marczyk holds an MS in Aeronautical Engineering (Politecnico di Milano), MS in Aerospace Engineering (Politecnico di Torino) and a Ph.D in Civil Engineering (Universidad Politecnica de Catalunya). During his career he has held various executive positions and has worked for companies such as EADS, BMW AG, Centric Engineering Systems, ESI, Silicon Graphics and MSC Software. He has lived and worked on four continents and is fluent in five languages.
Giuseppe Graci, VP Services
Mr. Graci has more than thirty years in advising and supporting Business Managers to reach their business objectives through the right deployment of technologies and management of complexity of their business and respective environments. Giuseppe has worked for leading research companies such as Gartner, where he held a VP position, and for management consulting firms Nolan & Norton and KPMG. He has broad international experience, having operated at board level of major financial institutions in Italy, Spain and Portugal and in other global corporations. Giuseppe is a thought leader and innovator with strong emphasis on result-oriented decision-making. He has the ability to quickly notice upcoming changes and to create an open flow of information. His background is economics with strong Information Technologies-related know-how in Financial Services. He has recently published a book on managing and governing complexity.
Danilo Noventa, VP Business Development
Since 1982, Mr. Noventa has been involved in Situations Support System services for clients both in private and public sectors through his company Relazioni Internazionali. He started this activity by cooperating with the Washington Consulting Consortium, which was established by William Colby, former CIA Director. Since 1996 he has also been the Director of the Non Governmental Peace Strategies Project, a Geneva-based NGO, established by Giandomenico Picco, former United Nations Under Secretary General. Members of the NGPSP International Advisory Board were George H. W. Bush, Mikhail S. Gorbachev, Javier Pérez de Cuéllar. He has a long track-record and expertise in Strategic Analysis and Operational Planning in Foreign Affairs and Business Intelligence for the private sector, specifically in issues related to problems of Crisis Management, Continuity of Communications, Operations and Governments, mainly in the field of Critical Infrastructures Protection as well as in defining banking restructuring plans for corporations. He was a member of the Forum Humanum initial staff (established by Aurelio Peccei, Founder, Club di Roma).
Claudio Vettor, VP Products
Mr. Vettor has more than twenty five years experience in advising and supporting managers and complex organizations to improve their processes - mainly innovation and operations - and to compete in turbulent environments using holistic approaches. Claudio has a strong Information Technology background and has been lecturer of operations management at the Polytechnic University of Brescia for three years. He has obtained an MBA from SDA Bocconi Business School in Milan. He has published four books and several papers on governing and managing complex organizations.