Initiated by NCP member Anne Kjaer Riechert, Berlin, http://l.facebook.com/l/rAQHNn3DrAQHpyTabpqWyLgOtq0r8fj5czleRGODjUDB8yg/www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/15630070-0642-11e6-9b51-0fb5e65703ce.html?siteedition=intl%23axzz477heAD00
Karmen Jelčić , Pirjo Ståhle, Waltraut Ritter, Eunika Mercier-Laurent, Sladjana Cabrilo, Paola Paoloni
Women initiatives flourish – Women Entrepreneurs, Women in Leadeship, Women in Technology Women in ICT…
However, a majority of women in business – SE Europe, rural areas or women entrepreneurs lacking higher education – are still unaware of the role and value of intangibles / intellectual capital for their business and thus miss the opportunity to manage it effectively for improved value creation, competitiveness and sustainable growth.
The NCP women task force group was founded in aim to enhance the visibility of NCP through collaborative actions and projects related to women and IC. We are at the stage of dynamic definition of women contribution to the current EU (and world) challenges.
Each member comes from a different European country, and brings in different perspectives on the position, opportunities and difficulties of women in business enabling unique insights and synergies.
The first event will be “café philo” at the Open Innovation 2.0 https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/news/open-innovation-20-conference-2016
Some topics for discussion will be given shortly. Your suggestions welcome.
This year we will celebrate
General Assembly July 11 , 6 pm (private)
The 7th Phd consortium, July 11
IC 12, July 12 & 13
More details shortly
The annual winter meeting of the NCP will be held in Montpellier on 5-6 March 2015.
For more information and registration contact eunica [at] innovation3d.fr
‘It’s too complex!’ – Blog contribution from Günter Koch for Peter Drucker Society’s Europe Blog
13 June 2011
Director General for Research and Innovation, Robert Jan-Smits outlines how Europe can become an innovation union…
Edited by Alan Burton-Jones and J.-C. Spender. Foreword by Gary Becker
Oxford Handbooks in Business and Management
720 pages | Numerous tables and figures | 246x171mm
978-0-19-953216-2 | Hardback | 10 February 2011
The search is on for the recipient of this year’s (2011) Leonardo Award for corporate learning. Last year saw the launch of an award designed to promote a new aproach to corporate learning. Elizabeth Eyre reports. Click here to read the full article (PDF file)
European Commission DG Research – RICARDIS –March 2006