Within Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna (SSSA), the Istituto di Management (IdM) is active in the field of management in the context of private and public organizations as support to a renewed entrepreneurship, in a synergetic perspective, among business, institutions and research.
IdM is the result of a long-term cultural project with particular reference to the management of innovation, sustainability and health.
During the last decade it has moved its focus towards:
– innovation in its fourfold dimension, technological change, organizational change,
cultural change, political and institutional change
– a strong interdisciplinary approach (first of all, within SSSA)
– the method of action research
– interest in both qualitative and quantitative evidence in support of decision making processes.
The various topics covered by the 6 Seasonal Schools that will take place on the first months of 2022 include photonics, long-distance communication, anticorruption in public-private systems, sustainability, climate change, management of innovation and common good. Subscriptions are already open or will shortly be available on the School’s website, where you can also consult the detailed and updated agenda for each Seasonal School
“The other half of food, the Vademecum for a #nowaste restaurant” was presented in Milan, as part of Host, the international hospitality fair. It is a practical tool born from the collaboration of METRO Italia with APCI (Professional Association of Italian Chefs), Banco Alimentare, the SuM Laboratory _ Sustainability Management _ of the Institute of Management of the Sant'Anna School and with the support of on. Maria Chiara Gadda, promoter of law 166/2016, created to reduce waste along the agri-food chain
The Italian National Amateur League (“Lega Nazionale Dilettanti”) has joined the Goals Project, coordinated by Sant’Anna School, by promoting the dissemination of a questionnaire aimed at evaluating the environmentally-friendly activities undertaken by amateur clubs. Many other European clubs are joining this initiative. The aim is to identify possible improvements in the environmental management of sporting events and to introduce new good practices within these club