ECO 211 Organization and Management
Organization and Management
Class hours: 42
Credits (ECTS): 6
LM-EM – Specialization in Management for a Civil and sustainable Economy
Course held in English
The course presents the main elements that comprise a manager’s job, with a special focus on the task of organizing a firm. Specifically, students will learn: conceptual tools for understanding the functioning of the business organization and creating awareness of its role in society; how to design the organization to achieve defined results while acting ethically and in full respect of its members; how to connect the laws and constraints of an economic and business nature with managerial tools that enable organizations securing a stable and effective contribution by its various participants.
Reading materials will be indicated in class.
Professor: Marco Furlotti
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