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Entrepreneurship and Innovation A perspective fo SME within BRICEM. 2007. Prof. Eric Dorion University of Caxias do Sul – Brazil 21 of October, 2007. ENTREPRENEURSHIP. It can be conceptualized in many ways, regarding its proper definitions and perspectives (Dorion, 2003).

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entrepreneurship and innovation a perspective fo sme within bricem

Entrepreneurship and InnovationA perspective fo SME within BRICEM

2007

Prof. Eric Dorion

University of Caxias do Sul – Brazil

21 of October, 2007.

entrepreneurship
ENTREPRENEURSHIP

It can be conceptualized in many ways, regarding its proper definitions and perspectives (Dorion, 2003).

Considering that this field of research is still in consolidation, researchers schematize thesubjects in various manners, but all referring to either profile, processes os systems (Coleman, 2000).

It is understood that Entrepreneurship is the result of three convergent dimensions: 1) organizational, 2) role of government and relevant culture(OECD, 1998).

We come up with general understanding.

Source:PIRICH, Amir; DNUCKEY, Stephen; CAMPBELL, John. AN INTERFACE BETWEEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP 7 INNOVATION – NEW ZEALAND SMEs PERSPECTIVE. Prepared for DRUID, Nelson & Winter Conference 2001. Aalborg University, Denmark, 12 – 15 June 2001.

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Atitude and behavior

Guillaume, Jean Larose Waterfall, CANADÁ, 55 meters

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NEW HABILITIES

Christina, Kamouraska, CANADÁ, 30 meters

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NEW HABILITIES

Brazilian entrepreneur is intense but generally without quality.

The brazilian entrepreneur is unprepared, learning by making repetitive business mistakes.

It is not only essential to « want to do better »but « to be able to do better ».

Edgar Powarczuk, Gerente USEn/SEBRAE

BRAZIL

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RESULTS...

Son Guillaume, Kamouraska, CANADÁ, 35 meters

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND GLOBALIZATION

TIC’s development

ACCELERATION IN CHANGES

Domenico de Masi

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND GLOBALIZATION

MARKET IDEOLOGY

CONCEPT OF GLOBALIZATION

Drucker, 2003

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND GLOBALIZATION

INNOVATIVE SCHEMES

ENTREPRENEURIAL LEADERSHIP

OCDE, 2004

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND GLOBALIZATION

STRATEGIES OF COOPERATION

ENTREPRENEURIAL LEADERSHIP

OCDE, 2004

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND GLOBALIZATION

ENTREPRENEURIAL LEADERSHIP

SOCIO-POLITICAL INVOLVEMENT

OCDE, 2004

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND GLOBALIZATION

Mcarthur e Saches (2001) expose that competitive countries are differentiated from the others by their capacity to reach technological innovations at levels which are compatible with the global market demand.

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND GLOBALIZATION

Viotti (2003) presents a systemic model of innovation demonstrating that businesses do not innovate in an isolated perspective, but through three-dimentional networking.

One major strategy is by showing relevant interactions between, SME’s, Governments, Academics and Universities in a regional perspective

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AN INTEGERED PERSPECTIVE OF ECONOMIC SUSTAINABLE GROWTH

MAJOR ENTREPRISES

GENERAL AND NATIONAL CONDITIONS

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SME’s

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POLITICAL, CULTURAL AND SOCIAL CONTEXTS

SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

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BUSINESS AND ORGANIZATIONAL CONDITIONS

BUSINESS MORTALITY

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BUSINESS CAPABILITIES

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GEM, 2000

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WHY HAVING A VISION OF THE FUTURE ?

Industries

Search for

Innovative solutions

Education

Window of Innovation

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RESEARCH FOR A CONCEPTUAL BASE

INNOVATIVE RESEARCH SCHEMES

COMPLEX PROBLEMS

KNOWLEDGE CREATION AND MANAGEMENT

triple helix model
Triple Helix Model

Taxes

Public financing

Government

Businesses

University

People and Ideas

Resources

Resources

Resources

Souce: SBRAGIA, Roberto (Coord.). Inovação: como vencer esse desafio empresarial. São Paulo: Clio Editora, 2006, p.21.

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CAUSES OF INNOVATION

Ergas (1984)

  • Resulting from the interaction between Demand, Industrial streucture and Technological opportunities
  • INDUSTRIAL STRUCTURE
  • Existing Businesses
  • Competition
  • Entry
  • TECHNOLOGICAL OPPORTUNITIES
  • Man power
  • Applied research
  • Basic research
  • DEMAND
  • Size
  • Growth
  • Flexibility
  • Sophistication
  • Permeability

COOPERATION

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BRASIL LOOKING

FOR ENTREPRENEURIAL

AND INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS

REGIONAL SOLUTIONS

ORGANIZATIONAL SOLUTIONS

INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS

EPISTEMOLOGICAL SOLUTIONS

reflexion tool
REFLEXION TOOL

Networking and Joint Actions

Education and Training

Information and Business Support

Research and Development

Environments of Impact

Business

Public - Social

Artistic/Cultural

Educational

Technological

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Entrepreneur’s networks

Media

Private Foundations

Economic growth and financial institutions

Governments

Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Business Incubators

Stakeholders of

entrepreneurship

as a system

Student organizations

Professional Organizations

ONG’s

Research centers

Universities and schools

Chairs

Promotion and support entrepreneurship groups

Scientific and professional publications

International agencies

Dorion et al., 2002

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COOPERATION STRATEGIES

INNOVATIVE ACTIONS

LOCAL LEADERSHIP

DIFFERENCIATED ROLE

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP

NEW ACTION

DEVELOPMENT

GROWTH

DECISION MAKING

TRANSVERSALITY

SECTORIAL COHESION

INNOVATIVE UNDERSTANDING

ACTORS

CHANGE

REGIONAL SUSTENTABILITY

PARADIGMS

BUSINESS

GOVERNMENT

MIX

NEW PROFILE

SISTEMATIZED

UNIVERSITY

diferentiated strategies
DIFERENTIATED STRATEGIES

Networking and Joint Actions

Education and Training

Information and Business Support

Research and Development

Strategic partners

Brazil

Russia

India

China

Eastern Europe

Mexico

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THANK YOU !

ERIC DORION, DBA

edorion@ucs.br

October, 21, 2007