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Integrating Methodologies and Behaviors
Project management is a vast discipline that over the years has come to encompass content from a variety of fields. The book identifies the factors that are crucial to good project management and emphasizes the importance of integrating the methodological and organizational aspects of project management. Knowing how to manage projects provides companies with an important competitive advantage, as ...
Leonardo Caporarello, Massimo Magni
Creating and Managing Flexible and Resilient Teams
The idea for this book was born out of a strong belief that coping with the dynamic nature of today's environment is only possible by sharing ideas, by collaborating, and by effectively integrating individual skills. The importance of collaboration is particularly clear from statistics that indicate a continued increase in team-based working methods in organizations. ?A challenge that the pandemic ...
Corporate Debt Management
Corporate Debt Management is an essential, practical and easy-to-read book . It summarizes in simple and clear terms the main theoretical contributions on the subject of debt decision choices and effectively illustrates their main managerial implications. Moreover, it adds to the management knowledge by providing practical examples on how to implement an optimal capital structure, using real financial ...
Armando Cirrincione, Paola Dubini, Fabrizio Montanari
Management of Cultural Firms
What are the specific characteristics of organizations that operate in cultural sectors? What are the challenges facing their managers? Cultural organizations play a crucial role in the contemporary society, thus, they need to respond to expectations of multiple private and public actors and, moreover, they have specific characteristics. For these reasons, it is not possible to apply managerial practices ...
Massimo Guidolin, Manuela Pedio
Essentials of Applied Portfolio Management
This book offers an essential introduction to modern portfolio theory. The book provides a number of simple, practical examples to allow the reader to apply the theoretical concepts presented in each chapter. A portion of such practical cases are worked out in Excel and made available through the book’s website. The book takes inspiration from Markowitz’s classical mean-variance, it then proceeds ...
Raffaele Secchi, Valeria Belvedere, Alberto Grando, Giuseppe Stabilini
Production, Operations and Supply Chain Management
Industrial production has always been a propulsion element in any economy, be it from a perspective of value-creation, employment potential, or its impact on sustainability and technological innovation; the ability to manage operations and supply chain is therefore a key skill for a company’s competitiveness.If this has always been true, today as never before, in a world hit hard by a medical emergency ...
Guido Corbetta, Paolo Morosetti
Corporate Strategy for a Sustainable Growth
Alignment, Execution, and Transformation
This volume develops a model for evaluating strategic decisions and integrating the economic, financial, social, and environmental dimensions. It deeply studies the theme of growth strategies and investigates the relationships between corporate strategy, ownership, and corporate governance. The authors address the issue of "corporate strategy decisions" by proposing: select among the theoretical reflections ...
Luciano Segreto, Alessandro Minichilli, Fabio Quarato
Principles and Practices of Corporate Governance in the Global Economy
The book places ownership at the centre of all relevant choices that the company makes. In particular, it addresses the issue of governance from the perspective of ownership, and in a broader and more articulated sense than most Anglo-Saxon studies. The authors analyse the relationship between ownership, governance, and corporate strategy with a dual objective. On the one hand, the aim is to identify ...
Nicola Misani, Paola Varacca Capello
Product Development and Merchandising This book aims to analyze the logics and instruments by which fashion companies create collections, taking into account the variety of companies’ characteristics and business models. The collection development process is a critical activity for fashion, that must continuously renew its products, and is subject to increasingly strict time, cost and quality goals. A ...
Carla Lunghi, Francesca Romana Rinaldi, Marco Turinetto
What's Fashion? It's Method!
The Value of Ideas in Fashion Companies The book examines the indispensable factors for the launch and management of a new creative process: the authors provide truly effective tools between research & edutainment. The results of recent studies have in fact acknowledged the existence in people, institutions, and businesses of every size and sector, of a noticeable tendency towards changes in processes ...
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