Special Issues 2019

"Skills and competences in maritime logistics: managerial and organizational emerging issues for human resources" - call for abstracts

È disponibile qui la Call for Abstracts finalizzata a selezionare i contributi che saranno ospitati nello Special Issue, la cui pubblicazione è prevista per settembre 2019.

Scadenza per gli abstracts: 15.2.2019 extended! 5.3.2019. Scadenza per i full papers: 15.5.2019. Abstracts e full papers saranno sottoposti a double blind review.

 

"Studying organizations: identity, pluralism and change" - call for papers

La proposta nasce con esplicito riferimento all'annuale Workshop dei Docenti e deglisStudiosi di Organizzazione Aziendale, a cui prioritariamente si rivolge.

È disponibile qui la Call for Papers finalizzata a selezionare i contributi che saranno ospitati nello Special Issue, la cui pubblicazione è prevista per maggio 2019.

Scadenza per i full papers: 15.4.2019. I full papers saranno sottoposti a double blind review.

Riflessioni sulle scienze manageriali nell'era dell'"Industria 4.0"

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Industry 4.0 is commonly considered the "Fourth industrial revolution" in manufacturing and, more generally, in the economic systems. Industry 4.0 is a result of a mix of technological innovations (robots, digital systems, 3D-printers, simulation models, augmented reality and so on) that make possible the real-time interconnectivity among different processes, firms and supply chains. Despite the considerable attention awarded to this theme, the potential impact of the new paradigm of Industry 4.0 on the traditional managerial studies have not been sufficiently highlighted. Starting from this premise, the present paper tries to bridge this gap, providing an academic dissertation about the Industry 4.0 issues and their relationship between the most important theoretical frameworks in the managerial science (e.g. economies of scale, services/manufacturing, globalization strategies, networks). This contribution presents some valuable research implications mainly useful for researchers and academics, but also for professionals and public makers.