-Students must be able to apply the knowledge acquired in the MBA and to solve problems in environments that are new or not well-known, in wide or multidisciplinary contexts.
-Students must be able to integrate knowledge and be able to assess based on incomplete or limited information. Such assessments must take into account ethical and socially responsible aspects.
-Students must be able to communicate their conclusions and the knowledge and reasons on which their conclusions are based. They should be able to communicate to specialist and non-specialist audiences, in a way that is clear and without ambiguities.
-Students must have learning abilities that enable them to increase their knowledge in an autonomous way.
-Students must be able to relate theory and practice so as to apply concepts and solutions to specific organizational contexts.
-Students must be able to provide a diagnosis of potentially complex real problems, putting together knowledge from different courses.
-Students must be able to effectively work in a team.
-Students must be able to collect and analyze information, so as to reach conclusions out of it.
Students must integrate and apply the knowledge and abilities acquired in the MBA by conducting a business plan exercise in which they have to show their analytical skills, and specifically their ability to compare alternatives and be able to identify the best ones. Students must also be able to communicate their results effectively, both orally and in writing. The assessment will take two aspects into account:
1) The oral defense.
2) The written business plan document.