The course aims to transfer to the learners the general principles of strategic, tactical and operational management of profit-oriented companies, public companies and non-profit organizations. Knowledge and understanding: The course provides the knowledge necessary to solve business problems at the tactical level of management and to prefigure, at the strategic level, business decisions (of for-profit companies, public companies and non-profit companies) related to unstructured issues. Ability to apply knowledge and understanding: The student will be able to illustrate the consequences, in terms of economic and financial results (social and environmental for public companies and non-profit companies) as well as positioning in the competitive context of business decisions. referred to in the previous point. Making judgments: The course induces the student in the critical spirit of the student necessary to distinguish the different degrees of structuring of the most common business problems, with specific reference to the correct identification of the constraints and degrees of freedom that characterize them. Communication skills: The student will acquire an adequate level in the business economics language. Learning skills: The student will develop the ability to reason in economic business terms and to use the related concepts, procedures and tools to predict the consequences of alternative decisions.
Beside 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
- 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,
Connection between general accounting, analytical accounting,
investment analysis and business decisions
Frontal lessons; exercises. Class setting as a working space and discussion in which the topics are discussed between learners and with the teacher.
Lecture notes and online lessons available on the platform Teams.
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.
The test is based on a written test (multiple choice quiz) on the Moodle platform aimed at ascertaining the student's preparation and problem solving skills with respect to unstructured problems.
The ability to read and translate texts in English is appropriate