BONESSO, Sara
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 11.340
EU - Europa 8.134
AS - Asia 3.728
AF - Africa 70
OC - Oceania 44
SA - Sud America 35
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 15
Totale 23.366
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 11.109
IT - Italia 3.332
CN - Cina 2.851
PL - Polonia 777
UA - Ucraina 690
DE - Germania 654
SE - Svezia 614
IE - Irlanda 587
FI - Finlandia 358
GB - Regno Unito 352
SG - Singapore 243
AT - Austria 238
CA - Canada 224
TR - Turchia 198
RU - Federazione Russa 171
HK - Hong Kong 155
FR - Francia 105
IN - India 54
KR - Corea 53
NL - Olanda 52
BE - Belgio 49
CH - Svizzera 42
ZA - Sudafrica 34
AU - Australia 32
ES - Italia 22
RO - Romania 22
VN - Vietnam 22
PK - Pakistan 20
BR - Brasile 15
ID - Indonesia 14
IR - Iran 14
CO - Colombia 12
DK - Danimarca 12
NZ - Nuova Zelanda 12
PH - Filippine 12
EU - Europa 11
PT - Portogallo 11
TN - Tunisia 11
BG - Bulgaria 10
GR - Grecia 10
IQ - Iraq 10
JP - Giappone 10
LB - Libano 9
IL - Israele 8
UZ - Uzbekistan 8
CZ - Repubblica Ceca 7
EG - Egitto 7
KZ - Kazakistan 7
MY - Malesia 7
TH - Thailandia 7
NG - Nigeria 6
AE - Emirati Arabi Uniti 5
OM - Oman 5
TW - Taiwan 5
BD - Bangladesh 4
MX - Messico 4
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AR - Argentina 3
GH - Ghana 3
LT - Lituania 3
NO - Norvegia 3
SK - Slovacchia (Repubblica Slovacca) 3
BA - Bosnia-Erzegovina 2
BJ - Benin 2
CL - Cile 2
CY - Cipro 2
DM - Dominica 2
EE - Estonia 2
MA - Marocco 2
PE - Perù 2
SI - Slovenia 2
SZ - Regno dello Swaziland 2
UG - Uganda 2
YE - Yemen 2
A1 - Anonimo 1
EC - Ecuador 1
HR - Croazia 1
HU - Ungheria 1
JO - Giordania 1
LA - Repubblica Popolare Democratica del Laos 1
LK - Sri Lanka 1
LU - Lussemburgo 1
MD - Moldavia 1
PA - Panama 1
SC - Seychelles 1
Totale 23.366
Città #
Chandler 1.336
Woodbridge 1.185
Jacksonville 1.176
Fairfield 863
Ann Arbor 795
Warsaw 675
Dublin 579
Houston 549
Wilmington 547
Ashburn 520
Venezia 423
Dearborn 417
Mestre 399
Seattle 370
Nanjing 353
Jinan 323
Cambridge 269
Shenyang 263
Vienna 220
Venice 204
New York 202
Andover 195
Beijing 172
Izmir 163
Boston 157
Hebei 157
Guangzhou 151
Hong Kong 149
Singapore 144
Boardman 142
San Mateo 142
Mülheim 138
Princeton 136
Toronto 129
Tianjin 127
Hangzhou 122
Changsha 110
Milan 102
Haikou 100
Nanchang 100
Zhengzhou 95
Taiyuan 85
Taizhou 84
Ningbo 83
Redwood City 81
Jiaxing 80
Fuzhou 79
Polska 77
Padova 75
Verona 50
Ottawa 49
Des Moines 47
Brussels 45
Latiano 43
San Diego 40
Bremen 36
Rome 36
Hefei 34
Saint Petersburg 34
Salerno 33
Bologna 27
Moscow 27
San Giuliano Milanese 27
Kunming 26
Vicenza 26
Dolo 25
London 25
Renton 25
Treviso 25
Breda Di Piave 24
Montréal 20
Udine 20
Norwalk 19
Pune 19
Florence 17
Klerksdorp 16
Mirano 16
San Paolo di Civitate 15
Seoul 15
Shanghai 15
Altamura 14
Den Haag 14
Falls Church 14
Frankfurt am Main 14
Leawood 13
Los Angeles 13
Sacile 13
Southend 13
Amsterdam 12
Helsinki 12
Seongnam 12
Torino 12
Trieste 12
Xiangfen 12
Bournemouth 11
Hanoi 11
Kraków 11
Pisa 11
Taufers 11
Auburn Hills 10
Totale 16.164
Nome #
Boundaryless career and career success: The impact of emotional and social competencies 440
Tie formation through venture concept development in emerging innovative start-ups 426
Coping with different types of innovation: What do metaphors reveal about how entrepreneurs describe the innovation process? 373
Developing Leadership Identity and Emotional Competencies in Higher Education: Methodological Insights and Empirical Evidence from the Italian Context 358
The interplay between experiential and traditional learning for competency development 336
Students’ entrepreneurial intentions: The role of prior learning experiences and emotional, social and cognitive competencies 335
Emotional and Social Intelligence Competencies and the Intentional Change Process 316
Metaphors for Innovation: How Entrepreneurs Narrate Different Types of Innovation 307
Emotional and Social Intelligence Competencies Awareness and Development for Students’ Employability 287
Emotional and Social Intelligence and Leadership Development in the Higher Education. An exploratory study 278
The role of extracurricular activities in developing behavioral competencies 273
Leadership styles scale: Conceptualization and initial validation 273
Performance Evaluation for Knowledge Transfer Organizations: Best European Practices and a Conceptual Framework 273
Technology sourcing decisions in exploratory projects 272
Conoscenza esterna cercasi. Le leve organizzative per sviluppare la capacità di assorbimento 253
Behavioral Competencies of Digital Professionals. Understanding the Role of Emotional Intelligence 249
Conoscenza esterna cercasi. Il ruolo della capacità di assorbimento nei processi di innovazione. 248
When innovation needs competency: the role of a wide emotional and social competency portfolio to attain innovation diversification 248
Behavioral Competencies for Innovation. Using Emotional Intelligence to Foster Innovation 246
Boundary spanning between industry and university: the role of Technology Transfer Centres 242
Self-identity at the early stage of the new business idea formation: The role of entrepreneurial passion 241
Advance in your career and get satisfaction: How much your emotional, social and cognitive competencies matter? 240
Exploring the knowledge space through project–based sourcing 235
Nurturing entrepreneurs’ innovative capability: The role of competency portfolio and social capital 235
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TO WHAT EXTENT SELF-AWARENESS ON EMOTIONAL AND SOCIAL COMPETENCIES DEPENDS ON OTHERS? A CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF MULTISOURCE FEEDBACK 231
Promoting emotional and social competencies in higher education: A case study in the Italian context 230
Updating the debate on behavioral competency development: State of the art and future challenges 229
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Developing behavioural competencies for future entrepreneurs. The case of the Ca’ Foscari Competency Centre 222
Diversify your ability to innovate by leveraging on your emotional social and cognitive competencies: the case of Italian luxury footwear industry 218
Protean career orientation: Behavioral antecedents and employability outcomes 217
Early leadership identity formation and regulation. The Intentional Change Process in the academic context 214
Theorizing entrepreneurship: whither the context? A bibliometric analysis 211
Emotional and Social Intelligence and Leadership Development in the Higher Education. An exploratory study 208
The role of intangible human capital in innovation diversification: Linking behavioral competencies with different types of innovation 207
What differentiates future entrepreneurs? Developing entrepreneurial competencies in higher education 204
Entrepreneurship and innovation. A cognitive perspective. 204
Self-identity in aspiring entrepreneurs: A conceptual classification 204
Behavioural competencies and organizational performance in Italian performing arts An exploratory study 202
Nurturing students’awareness of their behavioral competencies: The Competency Lab experience 198
Innovation, complementarities and performance in micro/small enterprises 197
The emotional, social and cognitive competency profile of data scientist: An exploratory study 196
A dynamic perspective on absorptive capacity: an empirical investigation 195
What differentiates future entrepreneurs? Developing entrepreneurial competencies in higher education 194
Entrepreneurs' behavioural skills for internationalization 191
Entrepreneurs’ behavioural competencies and social network for innovation generation 189
Advance in your career and get satisfaction: how much your emotional, social and cognitive competencies matter? 188
Coping with different types of innovation: What do metaphors reveal about how entrepreneurs cognitively represent innovation? 188
Graduates’ emotional competency: aligning academic programs, firms’ requirements and students’ profiles 187
The innovative entrepreneur: A new model for achieving innovation through behavioral competencies and social network 187
What competency profiles are required to handle digitalization? The soft skills that data analysts should possess 187
Emotional and Social Intelligence Competencies for Project Management 187
Leveraging on projects to strategically organize open innovation 186
Experiences that matter: developing behavioural competencies through experiential learning 185
The emotional intelligence approach in higher education. The case of the “Ca’ Foscari Competency Centre” 184
The state of the art of innovative behaviour literature: A bibliometric analysis 181
Entrepreneurs’ behavioural competencies for internationalisation: Exploratory insights from the Italian context 180
Graduates' emotional competency: aligning academic programs, firms' requirements and students' profiles 179
Knowledge dimensions and technology sourcing modes. Empirical evidence from the Italian machine tool industry 178
How much can we rely on others' ratings? A critical examination of multisource feedback on emotional and social competencies 178
Technology sourcing decisions in exploratory projects 177
Human resource outsourcing in SMES: determinants and governance modes. The Italian case 176
Comparing the entrepreneurs' perceived and behavioural ego network for innovation 175
Absorptive capacity and the innovation value chain: some empirical evidence 174
BRIDGING THE FIELDS OF INNOVATIVE BEHAVIOUR AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS 174
The innovator’s exagon: Development and validation of a new competency framework 173
What passions and values drive entrepreneurial intent? Analysing aspiring entrepreneurs’ core identity 171
When hard skills are not enough: Emotional, social and cognitive competencies that successful data scientists and analysts should demonstrate 170
Emotional and Social Intelligence and Leadership Development in the Higher Education: Methodological Insights from the Ca’ Foscari Competency Centre Experience 169
Integrating emotional and social competency development in the academic curricula: The case of Ca’ Foscari Competency Centre 169
The individual side of ambidexterity: Do individuals' perceptions match actual behaviors in reconciling the exploration and exploitation trade-off? 167
L’analisi web based dei fabbisogni formativi come prerequisito per una cultura dell’e-learning nelle PMI 166
Scale Conceptualization and Validation of Leadership Styles Questionnaire 165
Leadership style scale: Conceptualization and initial validation 164
Assessing Graduates’ Employability and Career Satisfaction through Emotional and Social Competencies 163
How to measure the frequency and the variety of a competency portfolio using behavioural event interview 158
The Role of Emotional Intelligence on Innovation: the Case of the Italian Luxury Footwear District 157
Assessing graduate perceived employability through emotional and social competencies 157
Protean Career Orientation: Behavioral Antecedents and Employability Outcomes 154
BOUNDARY SPANNING PER L’INNOVAZIONE. UN’INDAGINE ESPLORATIVA SUI CENTRI DI TRASFERIMENTO TECNOLOGICO NEL NORD-EST D’ITALIA 150
The Assessment of Behavioral Competencies Development and Initial Validation of a New Framework 150
BOUNDARY SPANNING BETWEEN FIRMS AND UNIVERSITIES : AN EXPLORATIVE ANALYSIS OF TECHNOLOGICAL TRANSFER CENTRES IN NORTH EAST ITALY 149
Open Innovation nel Veneto. Mappatura dei centri per l’innovazione e il trasferimento tecnologico nel Veneto. Conferenza regionale sulle dinamiche economiche e del lavoro 148
A new behavioral competency assessment framework: Development and initial validation 146
Le 31 competenze che fanno la differenza: Il modello BECOME360© 144
HR Outsourcing in Italy 139
The Balance between Exploitation and Exploration: Leveraging on Bundles of Organizational Solutions 139
Il contributo dell'analisi dei fabbisogni formativi alla valutazione del capitale umano nelle PMI 139
Scelte di confine. La gestione dei processi di HRM tra organizzazione, mercato e partnership 137
Le competenze manageriali nelle performing arts 137
How do firms enact absorptive capacity? A routine based approach 130
Open innovation nel Veneto. Mappatura dei centri per l’innovazione e il trasferimento tecnologico nel Veneto 129
Experiences that matter: Unraveling the link between extracurricular activities and emotional and social competencies 129
Human capital and training need analysis in European SMEs 128
Towards Open Innovation: Emerging organizational practices for external knowledge absorption 126
R&D processes and technology sourcing modes: Traits and relations. Evidence from the machine tool industry 125
R&D processes and technology sourcing modes: Traits and relations. Evidence from the machine tool industry 122
IL SISTEMA PER L'INNOVAZIONE E IL TRASFERIMENTO TECNOLOGICO NEL VENETO 121
Il contributo dell’analisi dei fabbisogni formativi alla valutazione del capitale umano nelle PMI 121
Totale 20.268
Categoria #
all - tutte 62.969
article - articoli 0
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 0
Totale 62.969


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2018/2019849 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 247 602
2019/20204.870 520 311 226 789 315 536 343 687 329 422 258 134
2020/20213.859 224 171 269 189 595 402 209 239 283 359 672 247
2021/20223.128 234 468 289 368 256 63 210 234 74 348 297 287
2022/20233.876 287 271 107 387 525 1.077 89 309 441 32 277 74
2023/20241.765 145 156 103 116 256 338 123 132 155 50 191 0
Totale 24.176