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.
Become a manager of the circular economy, contributing to the definition of strategies and tools to support a sustainable and efficient management of resources, such as water, energy, with particular attention to the issue of waste which, from this point of view, become tools to produce new “value”. These are the professional opportunities offered by the second level University Master in Environmental Management and Control (Geca), the advanced training course promoted by the Sant’Anna School (Scuola Sant'Anna)
Sant’Anna School and Juventus joined forces to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Within the SuM - Sustainability Management - Laboratory of the Institute of Management of Sant’Anna School there is a research group committed to linking the world of sport, football in particular, and environmental sustainability. This group will support the Juventus club in quantifying its carbon emissions of Scope 3 with scientific and consolidated methods, based on twenty years of experience in the study of the so-called “environmental footprint”
The results of “Progetto LEI (Legalità, Etica, Inclusione)” were submitted to National School of Administration (SNA). The project was coordinated by Gaetana Morgante (professor of criminal law and Director of the Dirpolis institute of the Sant’Anna School) together with Giuseppe Di Vetta, research fellow in criminal economic law; it was carried out by an interdisciplinary research group that proposed three policy papers: procurement, health and environment fields