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BOLICI FRANCESCO - Professore Associato

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Afferente a: Dipartimento: Economia e Giurisprudenza

Settore Scientifico Disciplinare: SECS-P/10

Orari di ricevimento: Per garantire una migliore organizzazione del tempo a disposizione di tutti gli studenti, si suggerisce di concordare la data del ricevimento via email. Orario di ricevimento: Mercoledì 8.15-9.50 nello studio docente (VIII piano). To better organize the time scheduling, students should send an email for requesting a meeting. Office hours: Wednesday 8.15-9.50, professor office (VIII floor)

Recapiti:
Telefono: Dati

  • Insegnamento Digital innovation in organizations (91855)

    Primo anno di Economics and Entrepreneurship (LM-56), Curriculum unico
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 6,00

    Programma:
    Digital technologies can transform industries, enable new organizational forms and influence the design of organizational processes as well as individual behaviour and relationships. This course provides students with design thinking and practical frameworks for understanding the opportunities and the risks provided by the diffusion and the adoption of innovative digital technologies. This course will present cases and practical examples of how digital innovation is transforming organizational systems and in class discussion will be focused on the analysis of potential organizational solutions. Particular attention will be paid on two domains: online collaboration (e.g. open source, crowdsourcing, distributed teams) and distributed coordination mechanisms (e.g. virtual currencies, blockchain, smart contracts).

    Testi:
    A set of articles will be posted on the course website (www.francescobolici.com/moodle) during the course

    Valutazione:
    During the course there will be team projects and other activities that will be considered as a bonus over the final mark (written test)

  • Insegnamento Human Resources management (91856)

    Primo anno di Economics and Entrepreneurship (LM-56), Curriculum unico
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 6,00

    Programma:
    Human Resource Management is the broad study of human and social aspects of work, organization and personnel in modern organizations. Attention is given not only to scientific analysis, but also to the applicability of scientific knowledge in practical situations.
    Designed for those students with limited or no knowledge of human resource management, the course is designed to help students develop an understanding of how human resource decisions contribute to business performance. Through the use of readings, lectures, group presentations and real-world case studies, students will be able to understand and to analyse basic issues related to recruitment, selection, and retention practices, managing at-will employees, evaluating performance, employee development, compensation regulations designed to assure economic security and standards in the work environment, and an introduction to labour relations.

    Testi:
    REQUIRED READINGS:

    Listed below are the required course textbooks and additional readings. These are required materials for the course and you are expected to have constant access to them from the very beginning of the course for reading, highlighting and note-taking. It is required that you have unrestricted access to each. Access to additional sources required for certain class sessions may be provided in paper or electronic format consistent with applicable copyright legislation.

    - Reading material would be available before the lesson on the professor online teaching platform.

    Required texts:

    The reference book is: George W. Bohlander; Scott A. Snell. Managing Human Resources. 15th Edition.
    Chapter 4: Job Analysis
    Chapter 5: Expanding the talent pool
    Chapter 6: Employee selection
    Chapter 7: Training and Development
    Chapter 8: Appraising
    Chapter 9: Managing compensation
    Chapter 10: Pay for performance

    Students without any knowledge of HRM and Organization Design are recommended to read also:
    [Chapter 1: HRM in perspective]
    [Chapter 2: Strategy and HR planning]

    Recommended readings: (to be selected and assigned throughout the semester):

    Reading material would be available before the lesson on the professor online teaching platform.

    Valutazione:
    The final mark will be the result of a final written test.



    ***Only for Attending Student***
    The attending students will be able to add to their final mark (written test) some bonuses gained through the weekly activities performed during the course. In details there will be bonuses for active in class participation & team work.



    ASSESSMENT OVERVIEW:

    Class Participation: This grade will be calculated to reflect your participation in class discussions, your capacity to introduce ideas and thoughts dealing with the texts, your ability use language effectively, and to present your analysis in intellectual, constructive argumentation. If you cannot attend classes your participation can be shown by interacting with your instructor during office hours, i.e. by asking about specific subjects of the syllabus and discussing assignments.

    Group Case Study Presentation: The class will be divided in teams to work on particular cases assigned by the professor

    Final Exam: The final exam is a written test that will consist of: 1. multiple-choice questions; 2. a case with open, short-essay questions.
    The exam will be based on:
    The reference book listed below.
    Readings listed in the syllabus and available through the professor's online teaching platform.
    Cases and all other material distributed during classes or made available on the course e-learning space, unless otherwise specified.
    The case material for the exam will be the same for attending and non-attending students. The exam questions, however, will be different. While attending students have been continuously called to contribute to class discussions and class assignments and thus had the chances to prove their understanding and use of organizational knowledge, non-attending students will receive exam questions that require them to explain, apply, and evaluate more concepts and theories from the course than attending students. Non-attending students will also be asked to provide a systematic comparison of conflicting theoretical perspectives in the final exam.

  • Insegnamento Human Resources Management (91934)

    Primo anno di Global economy and business (LM-56), Global Economy and Business
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 6,00

    Programma:
    Human Resource Management is the broad study of human and social aspects of work, organization and personnel in modern organizations. Attention is given not only to scientific analysis, but also to the applicability of scientific knowledge in practical situations.
    Designed for those students with limited or no knowledge of human resource management, the course is designed to help students develop an understanding of how human resource decisions contribute to business performance. Through the use of readings, lectures, group presentations and real-world case studies, students will be able to understand and to analyse basic issues related to recruitment, selection, and retention practices, managing at-will employees, evaluating performance, employee development, compensation regulations designed to assure economic security and standards in the work environment, and an introduction to labour relations.

    Testi:
    REQUIRED READINGS:

    Listed below are the required course textbooks and additional readings. These are required materials for the course and you are expected to have constant access to them from the very beginning of the course for reading, highlighting and note-taking. It is required that you have unrestricted access to each. Access to additional sources required for certain class sessions may be provided in paper or electronic format consistent with applicable copyright legislation.

    - Reading material would be available before the lesson on the professor online teaching platform.

    Required texts:

    The reference book is: George W. Bohlander; Scott A. Snell. Managing Human Resources. 15th Edition.
    Chapter 4: Job Analysis
    Chapter 5: Expanding the talent pool
    Chapter 6: Employee selection
    Chapter 7: Training and Development
    Chapter 8: Appraising
    Chapter 9: Managing compensation
    Chapter 10: Pay for performance

    Students without any knowledge of HRM and Organization Design are recommended to read also:
    [Chapter 1: HRM in perspective]
    [Chapter 2: Strategy and HR planning]

    Recommended readings: (to be selected and assigned throughout the semester):

    Reading material would be available before the lesson on the professor online teaching platform.

    Valutazione:
    The final mark will be the result of a final written test.



    ***Only for Attending Student***
    The attending students will be able to add to their final mark (written test) some bonuses gained through the weekly activities performed during the course. In details there will be bonuses for active in class participation & team work.



    ASSESSMENT OVERVIEW:

    Class Participation: This grade will be calculated to reflect your participation in class discussions, your capacity to introduce ideas and thoughts dealing with the texts, your ability use language effectively, and to present your analysis in intellectual, constructive argumentation. If you cannot attend classes your participation can be shown by interacting with your instructor during office hours, i.e. by asking about specific subjects of the syllabus and discussing assignments.

    Group Case Study Presentation: The class will be divided in teams to work on particular cases assigned by the professor

    Final Exam: The final exam is a written test that will consist of: 1. multiple-choice questions; 2. a case with open, short-essay questions.
    The exam will be based on:
    The reference book listed below.
    Readings listed in the syllabus and available through the professor's online teaching platform.
    Cases and all other material distributed during classes or made available on the course e-learning space, unless otherwise specified.
    The case material for the exam will be the same for attending and non-attending students. The exam questions, however, will be different. While attending students have been continuously called to contribute to class discussions and class assignments and thus had the chances to prove their understanding and use of organizational knowledge, non-attending students will receive exam questions that require them to explain, apply, and evaluate more concepts and theories from the course than attending students. Non-attending students will also be asked to provide a systematic comparison of conflicting theoretical perspectives in the final exam.

  • Insegnamento Human Resources Management (91934)

    Primo anno di Global economy and business (LM-56), Dual Degree with Samara State University of Economics
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 6,00

    Programma:
    Human Resource Management is the broad study of human and social aspects of work, organization and personnel in modern organizations. Attention is given not only to scientific analysis, but also to the applicability of scientific knowledge in practical situations.
    Designed for those students with limited or no knowledge of human resource management, the course is designed to help students develop an understanding of how human resource decisions contribute to business performance. Through the use of readings, lectures, group presentations and real-world case studies, students will be able to understand and to analyse basic issues related to recruitment, selection, and retention practices, managing at-will employees, evaluating performance, employee development, compensation regulations designed to assure economic security and standards in the work environment, and an introduction to labour relations.

    Testi:
    REQUIRED READINGS:

    Listed below are the required course textbooks and additional readings. These are required materials for the course and you are expected to have constant access to them from the very beginning of the course for reading, highlighting and note-taking. It is required that you have unrestricted access to each. Access to additional sources required for certain class sessions may be provided in paper or electronic format consistent with applicable copyright legislation.

    - Reading material would be available before the lesson on the professor online teaching platform.

    Required texts:

    The reference book is: George W. Bohlander; Scott A. Snell. Managing Human Resources. 15th Edition.
    Chapter 4: Job Analysis
    Chapter 5: Expanding the talent pool
    Chapter 6: Employee selection
    Chapter 7: Training and Development
    Chapter 8: Appraising
    Chapter 9: Managing compensation
    Chapter 10: Pay for performance

    Students without any knowledge of HRM and Organization Design are recommended to read also:
    [Chapter 1: HRM in perspective]
    [Chapter 2: Strategy and HR planning]

    Recommended readings: (to be selected and assigned throughout the semester):

    Reading material would be available before the lesson on the professor online teaching platform.

    Valutazione:
    The final mark will be the result of a final written test.



    ***Only for Attending Student***
    The attending students will be able to add to their final mark (written test) some bonuses gained through the weekly activities performed during the course. In details there will be bonuses for active in class participation & team work.



    ASSESSMENT OVERVIEW:

    Class Participation: This grade will be calculated to reflect your participation in class discussions, your capacity to introduce ideas and thoughts dealing with the texts, your ability use language effectively, and to present your analysis in intellectual, constructive argumentation. If you cannot attend classes your participation can be shown by interacting with your instructor during office hours, i.e. by asking about specific subjects of the syllabus and discussing assignments.

    Group Case Study Presentation: The class will be divided in teams to work on particular cases assigned by the professor

    Final Exam: The final exam is a written test that will consist of: 1. multiple-choice questions; 2. a case with open, short-essay questions.
    The exam will be based on:
    The reference book listed below.
    Readings listed in the syllabus and available through the professor's online teaching platform.
    Cases and all other material distributed during classes or made available on the course e-learning space, unless otherwise specified.
    The case material for the exam will be the same for attending and non-attending students. The exam questions, however, will be different. While attending students have been continuously called to contribute to class discussions and class assignments and thus had the chances to prove their understanding and use of organizational knowledge, non-attending students will receive exam questions that require them to explain, apply, and evaluate more concepts and theories from the course than attending students. Non-attending students will also be asked to provide a systematic comparison of conflicting theoretical perspectives in the final exam.

  • Insegnamento Human Resources Management (91934)

    Primo anno di Global economy and business (LM-56), Dual Degree Unicas - Epoka University
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 6,00

    Programma:
    Human Resource Management is the broad study of human and social aspects of work, organization and personnel in modern organizations. Attention is given not only to scientific analysis, but also to the applicability of scientific knowledge in practical situations.
    Designed for those students with limited or no knowledge of human resource management, the course is designed to help students develop an understanding of how human resource decisions contribute to business performance. Through the use of readings, lectures, group presentations and real-world case studies, students will be able to understand and to analyse basic issues related to recruitment, selection, and retention practices, managing at-will employees, evaluating performance, employee development, compensation regulations designed to assure economic security and standards in the work environment, and an introduction to labour relations.

    Testi:
    REQUIRED READINGS:

    Listed below are the required course textbooks and additional readings. These are required materials for the course and you are expected to have constant access to them from the very beginning of the course for reading, highlighting and note-taking. It is required that you have unrestricted access to each. Access to additional sources required for certain class sessions may be provided in paper or electronic format consistent with applicable copyright legislation.

    - Reading material would be available before the lesson on the professor online teaching platform.

    Required texts:

    The reference book is: George W. Bohlander; Scott A. Snell. Managing Human Resources. 15th Edition.
    Chapter 4: Job Analysis
    Chapter 5: Expanding the talent pool
    Chapter 6: Employee selection
    Chapter 7: Training and Development
    Chapter 8: Appraising
    Chapter 9: Managing compensation
    Chapter 10: Pay for performance

    Students without any knowledge of HRM and Organization Design are recommended to read also:
    [Chapter 1: HRM in perspective]
    [Chapter 2: Strategy and HR planning]

    Recommended readings: (to be selected and assigned throughout the semester):

    Reading material would be available before the lesson on the professor online teaching platform.

    Valutazione:
    The final mark will be the result of a final written test.



    ***Only for Attending Student***
    The attending students will be able to add to their final mark (written test) some bonuses gained through the weekly activities performed during the course. In details there will be bonuses for active in class participation & team work.



    ASSESSMENT OVERVIEW:

    Class Participation: This grade will be calculated to reflect your participation in class discussions, your capacity to introduce ideas and thoughts dealing with the texts, your ability use language effectively, and to present your analysis in intellectual, constructive argumentation. If you cannot attend classes your participation can be shown by interacting with your instructor during office hours, i.e. by asking about specific subjects of the syllabus and discussing assignments.

    Group Case Study Presentation: The class will be divided in teams to work on particular cases assigned by the professor

    Final Exam: The final exam is a written test that will consist of: 1. multiple-choice questions; 2. a case with open, short-essay questions.
    The exam will be based on:
    The reference book listed below.
    Readings listed in the syllabus and available through the professor's online teaching platform.
    Cases and all other material distributed during classes or made available on the course e-learning space, unless otherwise specified.
    The case material for the exam will be the same for attending and non-attending students. The exam questions, however, will be different. While attending students have been continuously called to contribute to class discussions and class assignments and thus had the chances to prove their understanding and use of organizational knowledge, non-attending students will receive exam questions that require them to explain, apply, and evaluate more concepts and theories from the course than attending students. Non-attending students will also be asked to provide a systematic comparison of conflicting theoretical perspectives in the final exam.

  • Insegnamento Organizzazione aziendale (91794)

    Secondo anno di ECONOMIA AZIENDALE CASSINO - VIA SANT'ANGELO CAMPUS FOLCARA 03043 (L-18), Scienze gestionali e amministrative d'impresa
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 9,00

    Programma:
    I Modulo (Parte 1):

    Concetti ed elementi fondamentali degli assetti organizzativi e della teoria organizzativa
    Strutture organizzative
    Variabili di contesto e progettazione organizzativa: strategia, dimensioni organizzative, ambiente
    Relazioni interorganizzative
    Tecnologie di produzione
    Introduzione alla Social Network Analysis

    II Modulo (Parte 2):

    Innovazione, gestione processi di business e gestione del cambiamento organizzativo
    Effetti abilitanti delle tecnologie dell'informazione e nuovi modelli di business
    Cultura organizzativa e aspetti comportamentali: conflitto, potere e politiche organizzative
    Introduzione al Business Process Modeling

    Testi:
    Il libro di testo è: Richard L. Daft: Organizzazione Aziendale

    I Modulo (Parte 1):

    Cap.1 - Organizzazioni e teoria organizzativa
    Cap.2 - Strategia, progettazione organizzativa ed efficacia
    Cap.3 - Elementi fondamentali della struttura organizzativa
    Cap.4 - L'ambiente esterno
    Cap.5 - Relazioni interorganizzative
    Cap.6 - Progettazione organizzativa per l'ambiente internazionale
    Dispensa su Social Network Analysis

    II Modulo (Parte 2):

    Cap.7 - Tecnologie per la produzione manifatturiera e per i servizi
    Cap.8 - Tecnologie per il controllo, il social business e i big data
    Cap.9 - Dimensioni organizzative, ciclo di vita e declino
    Cap. 10 - Cultura organizzativa e valori etici
    Cap. 11 - Innovazione e cambiamento
    Cap. 12 - Processi decisionali
    Dispensa su Business Process Modelling


    Sono previsti ulteriori materiali integrativi per le prove di esonero e i lavori di gruppo degli studenti frequentanti, che verranno distribuiti attraverso la piattaforma di elearning [francescobolici.com].

    Valutazione:
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Prenotazione appello

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Elenco appelli d'esame disponibili

  • Denominazione insegnamento: 90361 ORGANIZZAZIONE AZIENDALE - Economia e commercio 91794 Organizzazione aziendale - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE CASSINO - VIA SANT'ANGELO CAMPUS FOLCARA 03043 90361 ORGANIZZAZIONE AZIENDALE - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE CASSINO - VIA SANT'ANGELO CAMPUS FOLCARA 03043 90361 ORGANIZZAZIONE AZIENDALE - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE 10608 ORGANIZZAZIONE AZIENDALE - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE - (2019/2020)
    Data e ora appello: 10/06/2020, ore 09:00
    Luogo: Esame in modalità telematica tramite Moodle e Google Meet: meet.google.com/tfa-jgoa-ujc
    Tipo prova: prova scritta
    Prenotabile: dal 28/10/2019 al 03/06/2020 (prenota l'appello)
  • Denominazione insegnamento: 91434 DIGITAL INNOVATION IN ORGANIZATIONS - Economics and entrepreneurship - Economia e Imprenditorialità 91434 DIGITAL INNOVATION IN ORGANIZATIONS - Global economy and business - Economia e strategie d'impresa per il mercato globale 91855 Digital innovation in organizations - Economia e Imprenditorialità 91855 Digital innovation in organizations - Economia e mercati globali 91855 Digital innovation in organizations - Economia e Imprenditorialita' 91855 Digital innovation in organizations - Economics and Entrepreneurship - (2019/2020)
    Data e ora appello: 10/06/2020, ore 14:30
    Luogo: Exam in telematic mode through Moodle and Google Meet: meet.google.com/tfa-jgoa-ujc
    Tipo prova: prova orale
    Prenotabile: dal 05/05/2020 al 03/06/2020 (prenota l'appello)
  • Denominazione insegnamento: 10556 INTRODUCTORY HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT - GLOBAL ECONOMY AND BUSINESS - ECONOMIA E STRATEGIE D'IMPRESA PER IL MERCATO GLOBALE 10556 INTRODUCTORY HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT - ECONOMIA E DIRITTO D'IMPRESA 10556 INTRODUCTORY HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT - Global economy and business 10556 INTRODUCTORY HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT - ECONOMIA, MANAGEMENT E FINANZA D'IMPRESA 10628 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT - Economia 10628 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT - ECONOMIA E DIRITTO D'IMPRESA 10628 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT - Global economy and business - Economia e strategie d'impresa per il mercato globale 10628 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT - ECONOMIA, MANAGEMENT E FINANZA D'IMPRESA 10628 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT - Economics and entrepreneurship - Economia e Imprenditorialità 10628 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT - Management 10628 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT - Global economy and business - Economia e strategie d'impresa per il mercato globale 10628 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT - MANAGEMENT 10628 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT - Economics and entrepreneurship 91856 Human Resources management - Economia e Imprenditorialità 91934 Human Resources Management - Economia e mercati globali 91856 Human Resources management - Economia e Imprenditorialita' 91934 Human Resources Management - Global economy and business 91856 Human Resources management - Economics and Entrepreneurship - (2019/2020)
    Data e ora appello: 10/06/2020, ore 16:00
    Luogo: Exam in telematic mode through Moodle and Google Meet: meet.google.com/tfa-jgoa-ujc
    Tipo prova: prova orale
    Prenotabile: dal 05/05/2020 al 03/06/2020 (prenota l'appello)

Francesco Bolici è Professore Associato di Organizzazione Aziendale presso il Dipartimento di Economia e Giurisprudenza, UniCLAM – Università degli Studi di Cassino e del Lazio Meridionale e Responsabile Scientifico di OrgLab – Laboratorio di Ricerca Studi Organizzativi.

Ha ottenuto il Dottorato di Ricerca (PhD) in Sistemi Informativi Aziendali presso la Facoltà di Economia dell’ Università Luiss Guido Carli, Roma.
Ha ottenuto una Marie Curie Fellowship -programma finanziato dalla Commissione Europea- presso il Business Department of Uppsala University (Sweden).
E’ stato Visiting Scholar presso la School of Information Studies, Syracuse University (NY, USA), lavorando all’interno del team di ricerca diretto dal Prof. Kevin Crowston.
E’ Visiting e Affiliate Professor presso l’IESEG Business School, Lille/Paris (France).
E’ stato chiamato più volte nel ruolo di independet expert come valutatore e/o revisore di progetti nazionali da parte del MIUR (programma SIR 2014) ed europei da parte della Commissione Europea all’interno dei programmi di ricerca internazionali (FP7, H2020).

Per informazioni aggiornate, si invita a visitare: http://francescobolici.com/about_ita/

L'attività di ricerca di incentra su temi organizzativi (meccanismi di coordinamento, disegno organizzativo e di processi, analisi delle reti, cultura organizzativa, change management, team distribuiti e misure di performance) su domini aziendali traidizionali (multinazionali, SME, etc) e emergenti (sistemi informativi, cryptocurrencies, etc).

Per informazioni aggiornate, si invita a visitare: http://francescobolici.com/ricerca/

For an updated list of selected publications, please follow the following links:

http://francescobolici.com https://iris.unicas.it/browse?type=author&order=ASC&rpp=20&authority=rp00214

[Ultima modifica: mercoledì 30 novembre 2016]