ORGANIZATION OF INTERNATIONAL FIRMS I MOD.
Developing and applying knowledge and understanding of divsion of labour, interdependence and coordination, organizational behaviour of people at work, of coordination mechanisms and questions of micro and macro organizational design.
Knowledge and understanding skills: the student should be able to understand the basic concepts of organization paying attention to rights, resources of the organizational actors, interaction between actors, coordination mechanisms and organisational design dimensions.
Applying knowledge and understanding: the student should be able to apply the acquired knowledge to analysing the relationships between actors, sources, organisational design dimensions and coordination organizational to define some hypotheses of organisational design and think how to analyse and make a diagnosis of emerging problems from potential micro and macro organisational structures and design.
Making judgments: the student should be able to develop critical skills to use autonomously the acquired knowledge solving specific issues, such as the analysis of organizational issues and the identification of more suitable coordination mechanisms and organizational forms.
Communication: the student is expected to provide coherent answers to questions about the organisational actor, its rights and sources, coordination mechanisms and variable of organisational design to give clear and in-depth answer to the questions of the written exam and oral exam.
Lifelong learning skills: the student should be able to show a good learning ability, by widening, for example, his/her knowledge with use of relevant bibliographic references. The student will have the opportunity to apply the knowledge gained in previous courses integrating them with the additional professional skills that characterize the course.
Having knowledge acquired in previous courses that logically anticipate Organizzazione delle aziende internazionali.
Organisation, Actors, Mechanisms of coordination (8 hours) (Slides) (A)
Knowledge and decisions; competences and motivation (12 hours) (Chapt. II, III) (B)
Authority, Agency, Groups, Norms and Rules (12 hours) (Chapt. V. VI, VIII) (C)
Designing the Organization: A Generalized Model for micro and macro-structure (16 hours) (Chapt. IX, XI XII) (D)
Lectures, exercises tutorials to enables students to apply knowledge to reality and case studies.
Coherently with University's regulations, there are:
Lectures ONLINE - MSTEAMS
Grandori A. (2000), Organization and Economic Behaviour, Routledge, London (UK)
Chapters II, III, V, VI, VIII, IX, XI, XII
(Module I 6cfu + Module II 3cfu)
Written Exam (40 points) = 4 open questions (40 minutes).
1 Question = Max 5 Score
Oral Exam (20 points) = 2 open questions.
1 Question = Max 5 Score
The goal of the exam is to check knowledge and learning objectives of training course.
EXAM for ATTENDING STUDENTS
INTERMEDIARY Written Exam (A, B, C) (18 score) → 3 open questions (30 minutes)
1 Question = 6 Score
Who takes the INTERMEDIARY Exam can take the FINAL Exam (d, e, f) and does no more respond to questions concerning subjects related to program (A, B, C)
Who is not sufficient in one or more questions of INTERMEDIARY Exam can take the FINAL Exam + one, two questions concerning subjects related to program (A, B, C) (written exam) (10 mins.)
FINAL Oral Exam is articulated in 3 questions.
1 Question = 4 Score
Intermediary Exam, Final Exam, EXAM can be articulated also ONLINE Moodle Respondus coherently with University's regulations
ONSITE MEETING STUDENTS after every lecture.
ONLINE MEETING STUDENTS