Learning and studying a language is not only about learning its grammatical structures and syntactic properties. It also has a lot to do with encountering a new culture, experiencing it firsthand and learning about it.
The Digital Transformation of the Product Management Process: Conception of Digital Twin Impacts for the Different Stages
In this paper the potential impact of digital transformation in general and digital twin applications on the Product Management Process (PMP) in particular will be investigated. The object is to figure out the potential benefits of digital twin utilization.
Advances in technological possibilities have made communication present in different media and spaces. By enabling interaction between different countries, by becoming a facilitator between knowledge and innovation in the globalized world,
Wonder-Driven Entrepreneurship Teaching – When Working with the Ethical and Existential Dimension in Professional Bachelor Education
For a decade or more research on innovation and entrepreneurship have been based on social constructive, pragmatic and socio-cultural approaches. Lately a more existential and philosophical – hermeneutic approach to processes of innovation and entrepreneurship have been suggested, eg.
This research paper focuses on the growth models of new business ventures and their applicability to a specific type of start-up, environmental technology–based growth company via a case study. Start-ups companies are a focal point of interest of this decade
Research and development (R&D) and innovations derived from R&D have been argued to be the engine of economic growth for hundreds of years. With supporting data, the paper establishes the vital role of innovation in the value chain and sustainable growth of economies
Suggestion System as an HRM Tool to be Successful in Organisations in New Zealand: Some Empirical Evidence
Owners-managers of SMEs may sustain their competitive position and survive longer when knowledge is effectively and efficiently shared in order to increase their innovation capability.
The study results revealed that only knowledge sharing was found positive and significant predictor of innovation whereas the effect of knowledge acquisition and responsiveness to knowledge on innovation was not significant.
Innovation and Economic Growth in Emerging Latin American Countries: The Case of Mexico, Brazil and Chile
Chile’s economic growth has been high in recent decades and is even comparable with countries that report higher economic growth in the world.
Universities and industry are two partners of the entrepreneurial ecosystem that can connect to merge the discovery-driven culture of universities with the innovation-driven environment.