Università degli Studi di Napoli "Parthenope"

Teaching schedule

Academic year: 
Matricole dispari
Belonging course: 
Course of Bachelor's Degree Programme on SPORTS SCIENCE
Disciplinary sector: 
Year of study: 
First Semester



Course description

The module aims to transfer to learners the general principles of strategic, tactical and operational management of profit-oriented companies and some techniques used in current practice.


Besides the basic tools of general mathematics it is advisable to know the basic principles and the main accounting techniques.


Efficiency, effectiveness and profitability of companies - Factors of production - Classification of production processes - Criteria for efficiency and effectiveness - Principle of profitability - Use of availability for business investment purposes - Cost analysis - volumes - profits - Economies of scale and optimal size of plants - Overview of company organization: human resources; the organizational macrostructure; organigrams - The product: generality and classifications; the life cycle of products
- Investment analysis: arithmetic methods and financial methods (with exercises). Specific characteristics of sport management - The three sectors of sport - Strategies in sport: analysis, direction, formulation, implementation, evaluation.

Connection between general accounting, analytical accounting, investment analysis and business decisions

Teaching Methods

Frontal lessons; exercises. Class setting as a working space and discussion in which the topics are discussed between learners and with the teacher.


Dispense didattiche e lezioni on-line disponibili sulla piattaforma e-learning dell’Ateneo. Link rapido: http://profvito51.wixsite.com/egi2017.
Panati G., Golinelli G.M. (1980), Tecnica economica industriale e commerciale, La Nuova Italia Scientifica, Roma.
Cherubini, S. 2015. Marketing e management dello sport. Analisi, strategie, azioni: Analisi, strategie, azioni: Franco Angeli.

Learning assessment

The assessment is based on an oral interview aimed at ascertaining the student's preparation and problem solving skills with respect to unstructured problems.

More information

The ability to read and translate texts in English is appropriate