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Pagliacci Mario G.R. (Università degli Studi di Perugia, Italy), Proietti Stefania (Laboratorio Athena, Italy)
Knowledge Society Asks for New Practices for Entrepreneurial and Managerial Training
Journal of Intercultural Management, 2018, vol. 10, nr 3, s. 47-59, bibliogr. 9 poz.
Wiedza, Umiejętności kierownicze, Metody nauczania
Knowledge, Management skills, Teaching method
JEL Classification: A20, A29, I20
Objective: The paper aims at showing how the Knowledge Economy asks new and inter-active methodologies for training entrepreneurs and managers. In fact, the most important skills of modern entrepreneurs and managers are based on relational feeling and flexibility.
Methodology: The described methodologies and their limits and advantages are coming by the direct experience of the Authors.
Findings: The source is specific to the case studied in a participative way by the authors Value Added: The value of the paper can be seen from the illustration and comment on the main didactic methodologies adopted by commercial schools and faculties of Economics for training students in entrepreneurship and management. Any methodology is synthetically described in order to evidence the constrains.
Recommendations: The described new methodologies clearly evidence their effectiveness. Nevertheless, are necessary additional tests and adaptations in order to adopt them in schools and universities in definitive way. (original abstract)
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