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Entrepreneurship and university searching harmony

Centre for Entrepreneurship

What Impedes University-Industry Cooperation in the Domain of Entrepreneurship?

Inna Kozlinska

15 March 2012

ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND UNIVERSITY - SEARCHING HARMONY


Outline

Outline

  • Intro: the Second Academic Revolution

  • Four Pillars of Entrepreneurial University

  • Barriers to University-Industry Collaboration

  • Alternative Views & Discussion

  • Actionable Solutions


Entrepreneurial university

Entrepreneurial University

Missions of University on its evolutionary path:

In the Middle Ages

Nowadays… The Second Academic Revolution!

  • Preservation of knowledge

  • Transmission of knowledge

  • Economic mission

  • Social development mission

  • Intellectual Hub

  • Natural Incubator

In the 19th Century

  • A source of entrepreneurship

  • Key driver of knowledge-based economies.

  • Transition towards research function

  • The First Academic Revolution

(Etzkowitz, 2008)


Perceived positive outcomes

Perceived positive outcomes

(Gibb et al., 2009; Wilson, 2008; S2B MRC, 2011)


The ultimate aim of higher education

The ultimate aim of higher education

To prepare students for economically viable professional life!

(i bid)


The problem question

The problem & question

The present U-I environment in Europe is underdeveloped and highly fragmented.

 What are the main obstacles to cooperation of universities and companies in the domain of entrepreneurship at present?

(S2B MRC, 2011)


Four pillars

Four pillars

(Etzkowitz, 2008)


Academic leadership

Academic leadership

(Wilson, 2008; Mets, 2010; S2B MRC, 2011; Katz, 2003, Euractive, 2011; EFER, 2010)


Organisational capacity

Organisational capacity

(Myravyova, 2010; O’Shea et al., 2007; Bruneel et al., 2009; Bennis & O’Toole, 2005; Drobot et al., 2009; Fillis & Rentschler, 2010; S2B MRC, 2011; ACHE, 2011)


Entrepreneurial ethos

Entrepreneurial ethos

(Myravyova, 2010; Robinson, 2006; OECD, 2011; Bennis & O’Toole, 2005; Wilson, 2008; Kabonho & McKaskey, 2011; ACHE, 2011)


Legal control

Legal control

(Myravyova, 2010; Bennis & O’Toole, 2005; Nelson, 2003; Link et al., 2003; Gregorio & Shane, 2002; S2B MRC, 2011)


Extension of four pillars

Extension of four pillars

  • All the barriers classified into four pillars of the EU, are concerned primarily with internally (university)-led, but also with external (businesses- or governments-led) factors, hence the meaning of four pillars is extended into external environment.


Solutions i

Solutions (I)


Solutions ii

Solutions (II)

 Our present challenge is to turn barriers into drivers and benefits!


Thank you for your attention

Thank you for your attention!


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