Students (enrolled at the first year of their undergraduate programme in Business Administration) are requested to learn concepts and theoretical frameworks in important issues within the management of firms, as: principles of modern management; meaning of "doing business" within different governance structures, organizational forms, business typologies and competitive contexts; managerial and entrepreneurial capabilities in decision-making.
The course is taught in Italian language and both oral and written exams are held in Italian.
The course is structured as it follows:
Lectures, Case Analyses, Testimonials in Class. The web (website: www.principidimanagement.it) and the main social media (facebook and twitter) will be used as well to turn the attendance in class in a more partecipative and immersive experience of learning
First module, 3 CFU
Introduction to Management. Principles of Management in Today's Workplace
Management Activities: Planning. Organizing, Leading, Coordinating and Controlling
Second module, 3 CFU
Theory of the firms and the ultimate goals of business organizations
Typologies of firms and corporate governance structures
Global sustainibility, corporate social responsibility e business ethics.
Third module, 3 CFU
Entrepreneurial and managerial competencies in decision-making
Lecture Notes from the Instructor