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Title:Kako podjetna je Slovenija : Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Slovenija 2002
Authors:ID Rebernik, Miroslav (Author)
ID Tominc, Polona (Author)
ID Glas, Miroslav (Author)
ID Pšeničny, Viljem (Author)
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URL http://press.um.si/index.php/ump/catalog/book/167
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Scientific work (r2)
Typology:2.12 - Final Research Report
Organization:UZUM - University of Maribor Press
Abstract:Monografija na temelju podatkov Globalnega podjetniškega monitorja ugotavlja, da v letu 2002 slovenska družba ni funkcionirala kot podjetniška družba. Ni še dozorelo spoznanje, da je za uspešen razvoj nujno koordinirano sodelovanje države in podjetnikov, saj nihče ne more prisiliti podjetnika, da bo rasel, zaposloval in se razvijal. Vse to lahko izhaja samo iz njegove osebne motivacije, ki je odvisna od pogojev, ki jih ustvarimo v družbi. Zato je temeljni izziv, ki je pred nami, kako vzpostaviti jasno vizijo dolgoročnega razvoja Slovenije kot podjetne družbe ter ustvariti vzpodbudno okolje, da bi se čimveč ljudi uspešno lotevalo podjetništva. Velja temeljno spoznanje, da preko noči ni mogoče radikalno spremeniti podjetniškega potenciala. Občutne spremembe na bolje zahtevajo vztrajnost, dolgoročnejši napor za učinkovitejše delovanje v vrsti vladnih resorjev in v mnogih delih družbe, ki ustvarjajo ali zavirajo nagib k samostojnosti in ustvarjalnosti. Pomembno je, da je vladna politika do podjetništva konsistentna in zato predvidljiva z vidika posameznikov, ki se odločajo za lastno dejavnost. Pri tem morata usklajeno delovati osrednja vlada in lokalne oblasti.
Keywords:podjetništvo, Globalni podjetniški monitor, podjetniška politika, podjetna družba
Place of performance:Maribor
Publisher:Ekonomsko-poslovna fakulteta, Inštitut za podjetništvo in management malih podjetij
Number of pages:IX, 56 str.
Source:Maribor
ISBN:961-6354-26-4
UDC:65.011.1(497.4)
COBISS.SI-ID:49826817 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:0S2FJGVN
Publication date in DKUM:18.01.2017
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Language:English
Title:How Entrepreneurial is Slovenia : GEM Slovenia 2002
Abstract:Monograph, based on the data of the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2002, notes that Slovenian society has not yet functioned as an entrepreneurial society. It has not yet come to realize that for the successful development coordinated cooperation of the state and entrepreneurs is necessary, because no one can force the entrepreneur to grow, recruit and develop. All this can only come from his personal motivation, which depends on the conditions created by the society. Therefore, the fundamental challenge that lies ahead is how to establish a clear vision for long-term development of Slovenia as an entrepreneurial society, and to create a stimulating environment to enable more people embark on entrepreneurship career. Significant changes require more persistence and a long-term effort to operate more efficiently in a number of government departments and in many parts of society that is generate or suppress motivation for entrepreneurial activities. It is important that the government entrepreneurship policy is consistent and therefore predictable for individuals who opt entrepreneurship as their career. This also requires concerted action by the central government and local authorities.
Keywords:Entrepreneurship, Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, Necessity Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship policy, Entrepreneurial society


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