Strategic Orientations

Therefore, this Mission implies an innovative approach integrating interdisciplinary advanced know-how on multiple Sciences such as Organizational Theory, Operational Research, Public Management , Human Resources, Technology and Industrial Systems, Financial, Social and Labour Markets.

  • COMEGIis a research Centre pursuing the development of high level and innovative research targeted to the development of new results on the major challenges of modern Management Science:
    1. Covering major areas of Public Management which are, unfortunately, ignored by most research units on Management, and relating its issues with the budgeting, financial and fiscal contexts;
    2. Pursuing research lines on E-Business, Marketing and Social and Labour Markets giving special attention to key challenges like E-Public Procurement and Digital Banking.
    3. Selecting major issues on Human Res. Management, Leadership, motivation and performance assessment;
    4. Focusing on Technology Management including operations management, industrial systems and competitiveness.
  • Therefore the Nature of COMEGI is quite different of most traditional research centres on Management ignoring market contexts and technologies as it covers an wide spectrum of topics which cannot be ignored. Thus the nature of COMEGI is an interdisciplinary centre embracing Management Sciences, Human Resources Management, Public Management, E-Business and E-Procurement, Marketing and Investment, Social and Labour markets, Industrial Systems and Technology.

  • The strategy adopted by COMEGI is based on three major scientific principles:

    1. A systemic approach to understand, to diagnose and to recommend better strategies and actions.
    2. An interdisciplinary integration of multiple knowledge stemming from the nature of COMEGI.
    3. A “problem oriented- approach” following the so called Mode 2 Research which implies that.
  • During the period 2018-2022 most research will stem from key drives already started by researchers of COMEGI.

    The expected results will cover:

    • New simulation and impact models for public management and budgeting;
    • Better understanding of labour market dynamics and supply of appropriate skills for development of firms;
    • Design of new strategies to speed up the development Digital Economy through new lines of e-business, e- public procurement, e-marketing e-logistics applied to key sectors such as e-Tourism, e-accommodation renting, Blend Learning e- Voting, e-Banking and e-Health.;
    • Improvement of accounting procedures and of methods to anticipate firms decline or bankruptcy;
    • Better methods to manage human resources through the design of incentives and performance assessment methods and in terms of their perception by employees;
    • Foresight analysis of new skill requires by the firms to cope with innovation and sustainability;
    • Integrated methodologies to design and manage technologic systems in terms of better information systems and aiming to optimize their performance levels;
    • Better logistic models and operational systems to improve the management of industrial systems.