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CASE Needs Analysis. Summary. Findings on Competencies for Sustainability-driven Entrepreneurship. Based on interviews with partners from sustainability-driven enterprises and universities.

Report
Authors J Bernhardt
C Lindtner
S Elsen
P Biberhofer
C Rammel
D Schmelz
M Rieckmann
L Bockwoldt
M Ambros
J Cincera
P Orsáková
M Cerny
Johan Boman
Publication year 2016
Published at Department of Chemistry and Molecular Biology
Centre for Environment and Sustainability
Language en
Links https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.1.192...
https://www.case-ka.eu/knowledge-pl...
Subject categories Learning, Business Administration

Abstract

The report represents the main outputs of the needs analysis of work package 1 (WP1) within the CASE project. The specific aim of the report and WP1 is to summarize concrete needs and necessary competencies for sustainability-driven entrepreneurship. For this purpose a qualitative research approach was chosen to bring together perspectives of enterprises and universities concerning a future collaboration as a possible starting-point for a long-lasting multistakeholder network. Furthermore an analysis of best practice examples was necessary in order to create synergies and use existing knowledge and good experiences of teaching towards sustainability-driven entrepreneurship. As the results show, both, companies and universities, are highly aware of the huge challenges for society, economy and natural environment on a global and regional level. That calls for integrated, holistic approaches and for comprehensive socio-economic transformation processes, involving various stakeholders from entrepreneurial, societal and educational contexts. As disciplinary analysis quickly reach their limits, research and practice for sustainability-driven entrepreneurship require comprehensive and integrated approaches. Multistakeholder networks could provide the right learning environments for complex sustainability issues.

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