Sabrina Bresciani

Sabrina Bresciani

Sabrina Bresciani

Prof. Dr.
Büro 48-227
Blumenbergplatz 9
9000 St. Gallen
Schwerpunkte Working visually – the use of visual communication in organizations for increasing the effectiveness of meetings, and improving communication within an organization and across cultures
  • Visual Digital Communication in Organizations
  • Organizational Behavior
Weitere Forschungsgebiete Organizational intercultural communication
Ausbildung Università della Svizzera italiana
Harvard University
University of Cambridge
National University of Singapore
Politecnico di Milano

Kolours (non profit social enterprise), Founder – Switzerland
Visiting Professor at the Central University of Finance and Economics, Beijing, China
Visiting Professor at the Università della Svizzera italiana, Lugano, Switzerland
Guest Professor at Universidad del Pacifico, Lima – Peru
Adjunct Professor of International Management at Franklin University Switzerland
Lecturer at Eurocampus at Universidad Jaume I – Spain
Representative of the Equal Opportunities Service, Università della Svizzera italiana
Online and database marketing at Spreadshirt
Communication manager for NGOs


Information and Knowledge Visualization for Business Applications (Master)
Global Management Communication (MBA and executive programs)
Intercultural Management and Communication (CEMS Master)
Visualization for Intercultural Communication (Master)
Organizational Behavior (Bachelor and Master)
Visual Literacy for Management (Bachelor)
Communicating Visually (Bachelor)


2015 - Best paper proceedings - Academy of Management Meeting 2015, Vancouver, 7-11 August 2015
2014 - Best Paper award - Frontiers of Business Research in China International Symposium 2014,
23-24 June 2014, Beijing, China
2013 - International Conference Information Visualization (IV13): best paper award
2011 – Academy of Management: Carolyn Dexter Award nomination (MOC division)
2011 – XXII ISPIM Conference: best paper award nomination
2010 – International Conference Information Visualization (IV10): best paper award
2009 – Research grant at Harvard University by USI’s Gender Service

Spin-Offs a non-profit social enterprise supporting disadvantaged people in India through design