EDUCATION MANAGEMENT IN THE FIELD OF LIFE SCIENCESSKILLS NEEDED TO START AND DEVELOP AN INNOVATIVE SME

Published in Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 18 ISSUE 2
Written by Nicoleta RADU, Ana Aurelia CHIRVASE, Narcisa BABEANU, Ovidiu POPA, Francois HASTARAN, Birute VELYKIENE, Mihaela BEGEA

It is generally thought that in order to start a business, it is necessary for the entrepreneur who proposes to do so to have some native skills. For this purpose, we have designed a study in three European countries (Romania, Lithuania and France) to show to what extent this statement is perceived as conforming to reality. The methodology used was based on the responses obtained in a survey conducted in the form of questionnaires, distributed to target groups which manifested their interest in starting an innovative business in life sciences. Thus, even if the education system and the economic context are completely different from the three countries participating in this study, the survey showed that in all cases some native abilities are indeed necessary for a potential entrepreneur of success. The affirmative answers obtaining at some questions such as: the capability of being independent, the ability to work independently and hard, to judge on the basis of insufficient information, to lead projects holistically, to use their creativity imaginatively, to looking forward and think positively, to feel the profitability of an innovative business, to take the initiative, to organize / attend meetings in professional business networks, indicate that these are just a few of the skills needed and important for entrepreneurs of the 21 century.

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RADU N., CHIRVASE A.A., BABEANU N., POPA O., HASTARAN F., VELYKIENE B., BEGEA M. 2018, EDUCATION MANAGEMENT IN THE FIELD OF LIFE SCIENCESSKILLS NEEDED TO START AND DEVELOP AN INNOVATIVE SME. Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 18 ISSUE 2, PRINT ISSN 2284-7995, 375-382.


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