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Autor
Yusuf Muhammad (Norwegian College of Fishery Science, The Arctic University of Norway Brevika)
Tytuł
Innovations under the Concept of "Turning Garbage into Gold" in Fisheries Waste Management
Źródło
Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation (JEMI), 2013, vol. 9, nr 4, s. 101-122, rys., tab., bibliogr. 54 poz.
Tytuł własny numeru
Knowledge, Participation and Waste Management - Selected Problems
Słowa kluczowe
Przedsiębiorczość, Innowacje, Kreatywność, Rybołówstwo
Entrepreneurship, Innovations, Creativity, Fishery
Uwagi
streszcz., summ.
Kraj/Region
Indonezja
Indonesia
Abstrakt
Niniejszy artykuł omawia wpływ kreatywności i innowacji na tworzenie możliwości dla przedsiębiorców zajmujących się przetwarzaniem odpadków na wartościowe zasoby. W dzisiejszych czasach, aby stworzyć nowy biznes konieczna jest znajomość procesu myślowego i planowania w przedsiębiorczości. Jedno z błyskotliwych powiedzeń o przedsiębiorcach mówi, że są to osoby, które potrafią "zamienić śmieci na złoto". Koncepcja ta opisuje ważną cechę przedsiębiorców, którzy dostrzegają i przewidują możliwości biznesowe, a także dysponują inteligencją pozwalającą im na zamianę śmieci na gotówkę. Oznacza to, ze posiadają oni odpowiednie zdolności do tworzenia innowacji oraz produktów o wartości dodanej, które można następnie sprzedawać. Analizowany przypadek dotyczy innowacyjnego wykorzystania odpadów przemysłu rybołówstwa ze szczególnym uwzględnieniem połowów kraba w Indonezji. Niniejszy artykuł przedstawia empiryczne perspektywy obejmujące (1) potencjalny biznes oparty na odpadach z pancerzy krabów, (2) technologie innowacyjnego wykorzystania pancerzy w celu stworzenia produktów o wartości dodanej oraz (3) analizę i komercjalizację. Wreszcie, przedstawiamy koncepcję nowego biznesu łącząc teorie przedsiębiorczej innowacji oraz transferu technologii w celu uzyskania równowagi ze środowiskiem naturalnym. (abstrakt oryginalny)

This paper discusses the encouragement of creativity and innovation in creating opportunities for entrepreneurship turning useless materials into valuable resources. It is necessary to know the thought process and planning in the entrepreneurship idea to create a new business at this time. One of the brilliant philosophies about entrepreneurs is that they are those who can "turn garbage into gold". This concept describes the important character of entrepreneurs who foresee business opportunities and have the intelligence to transform trash into cash. This means that they have the necessary ability to create innovation and value-added products for sale. The analyzed case study involves innovation in using fisheries waste specifically derived from crab industries in Indonesia. The study presents empirical perspectives including (1) potential business of crab shell waste (2) technology in innovative use of shell to added value product (3) business analysis and commercialization. Ultimately, we present the concept of a new business by linking theories of entrepreneurial innovation and technology transfer in order to gain environmental balance. (original abstract)
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ISSN
2299-7075
Język
eng
URI / DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.7341/2013945
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