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InpPro training environment and model based working in construction
Nenad Čuš Babič, Danijel Rebolj, Thomas Olofsson, Sebastian Schumacher, 2009, published scientific conference contribution

Abstract: InPro project is European initiative which is developing a model based and collaborative way of working in early design phase in construction. To support project goals and facilitate the industrial transformation and industrial technology take-up, the project implemented tools and developed curricula and materials for training and education of management, architects, engineers, and construction workers, as well as university students. The paper presents training environment architecture with BIM laboratory that was developed to support training on model based work practices and enhancement of hands-on skills. Development process, technical solutions and experiences are described. Content of training courses and curricula is based on experiences from live project demonstrations and use cases. The paper presents one of the answers that address the problem of insufficient skills in construction industry that prevent adoption of novel methods of working and technology.
Keywords: education, training environment, business courses, university curricula, model based working
Published: 31.05.2012; Views: 1076; Downloads: 21
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COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT AND RISKS IN BRIICS COUNTRIES
Matej Domadovnik, 2014, undergraduate thesis

Abstract: BRIICS's power is growing in the global economy and they have become very important players in a political sense. Brazil, Russia, India, Indonesia, China, and South Africa represent fast growing markets, which are potential markets for foreign investors. Risks, like political risks, financial risks or corruption are always present, and they cause a lot of uncertainty in investors’ eyes, since they can lose their input. The risks are much higher in developing countries because their political and financial systems are not well developed or implemented. In my diploma seminar I analysed in great detail the business environments and risks of Russia, China and India. Analysis was backed up with many economic indicators which I found relative. At the end of analysis, I pointed out a country which would be a good potential market for RELIDEA ltd., a company that does digital marketing. My diploma seminar also included possible scenarios of the BRIICS and their new challenges
Keywords: BRIICS, risks, business environment, potential markets, forecast
Published: 23.10.2014; Views: 829; Downloads: 57
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Danube Region Entrepreneurship Observatory
Polona Tominc, Miroslav Rebernik, Barbara Bradač Hojnik, Karin Širec, scientific monograph

Abstract: There is no doubt about the importance of multi-country studies of entrepreneurial activity in enabling the comparison and replication of research and generating meaningful contributions to scholarship, practice and policy. This international comparison perspective is especially important when processes in each single economy are analysed against the broader global, European or regional environment. Since entrepreneurship is a complex social phenomenon, several dependencies can be understood only with comprehensive research that includes continuous positioning of national entrepreneurship in the European and global perspectives. Within Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) it is possible to compare data for more than 100 countries not only in the field of early-stage entrepreneurial activity but also in areas such as general attitudes of the adult population towards entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial intentions, etc. In this scientific monograph publication, we analyse the entrepreneurial profiles of Danube region countries, entrepreneurial intentions in the region and investigate the competition and aspirations of early-stage entrepreneurs in these countries.
Keywords: enterprises, entrepreneurship, business environment, characteristics, activities, economic development, human capital, competitivity, international comparisons, Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, Danube Region, Entrepreneurial Intentions, Entrepreneurial Growth Aspirations
Published: 18.01.2017; Views: 541; Downloads: 54
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