ORGANIZATION OF INTERNATIONAL FIRMS II MOD.
Developing and applying knowledge and understanding about work organization, simple, functional, divisional organisational forms, organizational forms of international firms, boundaries and firms network.
Knowledge and understanding skills: the student should be able to understand the basic concepts of organization paying attention to the design of work organization, of simple, functional, divisional organisational forms, organizational forms of international firms, boundaries and firms network.
Applying knowledge and understanding: the student should be able to apply the acquired knowledge to analyse and make a diagnosis of emerging problems from considering all possible hypotheses of organisational design with regards to work organization, simple, functional, divisional organisational forms, organizational forms of international firms, boundaries and firms network.
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 within and across all unitary and reticular organizational forms within and outside the organizing of economic activities.
Communication: the student is expected to provide coherent answers and to give clear and in-depth answers to the questions of the written exam and oral exam to questions about how to interpret the main questions emerging from the organisational design and coordinating mechanisms that concern the design simple, functional, divisional organisational forms, organizational forms of international firms, boundaries and firms network.
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 the Module Iand previous courses integrating them with the additional professional skills that characterize the course
Achieving training and knowledge goals of Module I
The work organization;
The organization of the firm; simple, functional and divisional, structuring international firms (16 hours) (Chapt XII) (E)
Firm boundaries and inter-firm organization (8 hours) (Chapt XIII) (F)
Lectures, exercises tutorials to enable students to acquire and apply knowledge to case studies.
Coherently with Regulations of University
Grandori A. (2000), Organization and Economic Behaviour, Routledge, London (UK)
Chapters XII, XIII
EXAM (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 Module II (3cfu) = WRITTEN Exam (1 open question) (5 score) (10 minutes) + ORAL EXAM (2 questions) (10 score)
1 question = Max 5 Score
EXAM for ATTENDING STUDENTS
INTERMEDIARY WRITTE EXAM (A, B, C) (18 score) → 3 open questions (30 minutes)
Each Question = Max 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 the subjects related to program A, B, C
FINAL ORAL EXAM (3 open questions)
1 Question = Max 4 Score
Intermediary Exam, Final Exam, EXAM can be articulated also ONLINE on Moodle Respondus coherently with University's regulations