Center for Research in Organization and Management

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Center for Research in Organization and Management

 Milan, Italy 

Bocconi University

Organizational Structure

The Center for Research on Organization and Management (CROMA) was created in June 2008 by a group of 15 scholars in the Management Department of Bocconi University, all internationally recognized for their contributions in their areas of research activity.

Mission

CROMA was founded to be a reference point for cutting-edge, multi-disciplinary and collaborative research in organization and management. In addition to seeking research breakthroughs, it is organized to provide corporate managers with novel concepts, proven analytical tools and new perspectives to transform the challenges of an increasingly globalized economic and social context into sustainable growth opportunities.

Main Activities

The centre aims to conduct large-scale, collaborative and multi-disciplinary research focused on a small set of fundamental managerial issues, with the explicit objective to influence in a significant way both the academic debate and management practice.

The areas of expertise and interest of CROMA researchers span across several divisions of the Academy of Management as well as operations research. The most important ones are:
At the same time, CROMA researchers are committed to engage in collaborative research focused on cross-disciplinary themes which address fundamental managerial issues.

The core of CROMA’s activities consists of a small set of large-scale, international, collaborative and multi-disciplinary research programs selected, with the explicit objective to influence in a significant way both the academic debate and management practice. The themes emerged as central to the research interests and competencies are:

Contact

Maurizio Zollo
Director

maurizio.zollo@unibocconi.it  

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