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Innovation Themes

Complexity Complexity

The most competitive firms are those able to manage their complexity. They must define it and measure it in practice; identify which levers to use to remove the complexity and which to reduce the impact of the residual complexity.

Circular economy Circular economy

The global economy is based on a linear model, which starts from the natural resources, it transforms them to create products, which are scrapped after their use. The new circular economic paradigm plans to extend the use of the products, recycle the components and reuse the materials.

Digital revolution Digital revolution

Many areas of our daily activities have been radically transformed by the digital revolution, and this is going on, in a quiet way, even in industry. RISE analyses the technologies that are driving these changes, studies the processes that are transformed and quantifies the effects of the introduced innovations.

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Service management Service management

Henry Ford with his famous assembly line has transformed the manufacture  from craft to industry. According to the discipline of service management, Ford's revolution can be largely translated also to the world of services, understood as the production and supply of intangible assets.

Servitization Servitization

According to the paradigm of servitization, it is no longer enough to sell good products and services at an affordable price, because customers do not want to own only the products or make use of services, but demand solutions for their problems.

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Supply chain management Supply chain management

The supply chain is the system of infrastructures, processes and actors who construct a specific product or service, from raw materials to the end user. The Supply Chain Management is therefore the set of all the strategies, techniques and management tools in order to configure, plan and operate a supply chain in the most suitable way so to achieve its strategic objectives.


Standard Themes

Cost control Cost control

All companies know how much their activities cost, but few know why. To get to this awareness, they must use models able to better evaluate the actual costs, and above all to understand and remove the cause-effect relationships.

Database Database

Almost no business activities can work efficiently without the presence of a base of reliable, complete and correct information. RISE is studying how to design, implement and maintain this database in order to support the different activities in an appropriate way.

Lean management Lean management

To make it simple, Lean Management refers to five principles: customer focus; waste elimination; acceleration of the processes; pull and not push process control and continuous improvement.

Industrial logistics Industrial logistics

The Industrial Logistics is the set of activities that control the flow of materials and related information from its origins at suppliers to the delivery of finished products to customers. It requires the design of logistics systems, scheduling of flows and the implementation of operational activities, to ensure the achievement of the appropriate strategic objectives.

Industrial planning Industrial planning

Planning is the decision-making process by which a specific industrial sector and every level of the supply chain are synchronized with final demand. It is fostered by the planning and demand forecasting, and consists of interrelated phases, related to the different activities within the supply chain, distribution, stocks; production and procurement.

Process management Process management

The process management aims at redefining the business organization, by integrating different people and activities not on the basis of professional specialization (as in a traditional functional organization), but on the connection of the realized business processes.

Scheduling Scheduling

The detailed definition of how to achieve day by day the average set of goals defined by the planning is called scheduling, or operational planning, and can be applied to the production, as well as the distribution or purchasing.

Business Information Systems Business Information Systems

The ability to generate, collect, store and use information thanks to the corporate information systems has been consecrated as one of the most powerful levers of innovation and competitiveness for the companies of all sizes and sectors.