Course name Business administration
Study-unit Code 20002509
Location TERNI
Curriculum Comune a tutti i curricula
Lecturer Francesco Rizzi
  • Francesco Rizzi
  • 63 ore - Francesco Rizzi
Course Regulation Coorte 2018
Supplied 2019/20
Supplied other course regulation
Learning activities Base
Area Aziendale
Sector SECS-P/08
Type of study-unit Obbligatorio (Required)
Type of learning activities Attività formativa monodisciplinare
Language of instruction Italian
Contents The course aims at providing students with knowledge and toolbox about management sciences, with particular attention to strategy, organization, marketing, supply chain management, finance and innovation.
Reference texts L. Ferrucci, T. Pencarelli, A. Tunisini, Economia e management delle imprese – Strategie e strumenti per la competitività e la gestione aziendale, Hoepli Editore, Milano, 2014
Chapters: 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,13,15,16,17,18,19,20
Educational objectives The student will develop basic theoretical and practical competences in business management. In particular, the student will be able to interact with all the business functions in manufacturing and service industries, providing added value in terms of analysis, conceptualization and problem solving.
Prerequisites -
Teaching methods Lectures and individual exercises
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Learning verification modality The exam consists of a written test, which might be complemented with intermediate tests (for attending students).
The written test requires answering 4 questions (max 1 page length per each answer): one is typically an overview of a macro-subject (approximately 1 chapter of the book), three are typically a presentation/discussion of more specific contents.
The written test aims at assuring the level of knowledge and understanding, as well as synthesis, achieved by the student.
Moreover, this written test will verify that the student is able to communicate, with method, propriety of language and of exposure, what he has acquired.
The duration of the written test is of 80 minutes.
Extended program 1. National and international business environments
2. Business diversity: dimensional and governance diversity
3. Resource-based theory
4. Business diversity: strategies, models e development tools
5. Strategic assessment
6. Business anaysis
7. Crisis management
8. Business strategies
9. Organizational design
10. Strategic performance
11. Corporate social responsibility
12. Innovation management
13. Operations and production management
14. Logistics and supply chain management
15. Marketing
16. Retail and distribution management