Designed for those who aim to design local development systems, it seeks to educate a professional figure that combines technical, design, technological, sociological, anthropological, legal, economic, and managerial skills. This figure is envisioned to guide, co-design, and co-manage scalable products, services, organizational processes, and business models that serve the community with significant social impact.

The Executive Master’s program “Social and Technological Innovation for Cooperation and the Third Sector,” promoted by the Polytechnic University of Turin’s School of Master and Continuing Education, is coordinated by Professor Francesca Montagna from the Department of Management and Production Engineering (DIGEP). The initiative has been supported by the CRT Foundation and was conceived and programmed in collaboration with the Terzjus Foundation, Legacoop Piemonte, Confcooperative, and the Third Sector Forum.

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