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EUROCHAMBRES SUMMER ACADEMY, 2005. TRAINING FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP: CCIP – ADVANCIA INNOVATIVE PROGRAMS. Miruna Radu, PhD CCIP – ADVANCIA Phone: + 33 1 40 64 41 14 Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. ENTREPRENEURSHIP. Entrepreneurship consists in: starting up new companies (start-up entrepreneurship)
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TRAINING FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP:
CCIP – ADVANCIA
Miruna Radu, PhD
CCIP – ADVANCIA
Phone: + 33 1 40 64 41 14
Entrepreneurship represents the essential lever to cope with
the new global « hypercompetitive » landscape :
Manager, administratorENTREPRENEURS VS MANAGERS
General management skills, business know-how, networks High
(cf. BIRLEY, S. MacMILLAN, I.C., 1997)
The first course on entrepreneurship was offered at the Harvard Business School in 1947.
The number of universities & business schools with entrepreneurship courses has increased from fewer than 10 in 1967 to more than 400 today ; the first doctoral graduates in entrepreneurship and small business appeared in the 1980s.
More than 1000 publications appear annually in the field of entrepreneurship, related to more than 50 conferences and published in 25 specialized reviews.
Nevertheless, consensus is still lacking on what entrepreneurship education training (EET) should consist of.
WHY :role of entrepreneurial education & training
FOR WHOM:students vs adults (VT), learning styles
WHO SHOULD TEACH IT:
- professors / entrepreneurs
- profile & competencies
Develop Entrepreneurial Potentials
(INCUBATOR ; VOCATIONAL TRAINING)
Create New Profiles of Entrepreneurs
and new contexts for entrepreneurship (MASTER).
Transfer Skills to develop new enterprises and
help new entrepreneurs establish their business.
Create New Profiles
Develop the skills of established entrepreneurs (CESA)
Develop Family Business (CESA)
Develop Start-ups (Challenge +).
TWO COMPLEMENTARY APPROACHES
Competences acquisition and development plan (self-evaluation, co-evaluation, hetero-evaluation)
Operational project management plan (action planification and monitoring)
pedagogical design ofADVANCIA - CCIP
ADVANCIA’s entrepreneurial training program key objectives:
the acquisition of a transversal business vision and experience
the development and management of the entrepreneurial spirit and creativity
PEDAGOGICAL DESIGN – action-oriented curriculum
In order to become
1. Entrepreneur (start-up or take-over of an enterprise)
2. «Intrapreneur» or an entrepreneurial manager
3. Promoter of entrepreneurial culture and/or politics (policy maker, researcher, lobbyist)
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES – 3 profiles
Survey about needs in entrepreneurial trainings
sent to professionals
Consultation of entrepreneurs
Consultation of academics
List of entrepreneurial competences
+ List of entrepreneurial specific knowledge
Master in Entrepreneurship
Courses and options
Training in project
Actors of the programme: Teachers, Private coaches, Professionals coaches from the CCIP, Enterprises, Associations, Administrations
Entrepreneurship is more than just starting and managing a business.
FUNDAMENTALS & OPTIONS
(management, entrepreneurial humanities)
COMPETENCES’ ACQUISITION (focus on reflection)
COMPETENCES’ DEVELOPMENT (focus on action)
PROJECT MANAGEMENT, INTERNSHIPS, INCUBATOR
sponsoring & networking for new entrants.
30 projects each year (3-6 months).
PARTNERS: CCIP and the TOWN COUNCIL of PARIS
Main criterium for project selection:
the potential impact on the economical development of the region (project’s originality and job creation potential)
AFTER THE INCUBATOR
In teams of 3 or 4 members, choose one of the Advancia’s two programs for entrepreneurship training (the Master in Entrepreneurial Studies or the Incubator) ; take it as a reference point and try to adapt it to your country’s business and political environment, as well as to your students’ potential expectations.
Key interrogation: to what extent can any form of education enhance theentrepreneurial competences?