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Abstract

Il s'agit du compte rendu d'une enquete realisee dans les pays de la Communaute sur les formations en gestion de l'innovation publiques ou privees proposees sur le marche. L'enquete a fourni la liste de 206 organismes proposant 368 programmes. L'analyse est faite par pays avec la reference a ces centres de formation. Ceux-ci sont de niveau universitaire et destines aux cadres et dirigeants des entreprises. Les contenus des programmes et les stades de developpement des formations sont tres heterogenes entre eux et aussi selon les differents pays. La Republique federale d'Allemagne semble un leader alors que les pays d'Europe du Sud sont plus en retrait. La demande des petites et moyennes entreprises reste faible car celles-ci sont encore peu conscientes de l'enjeu. Les initiatives de ces formations mises en place proviennent le plus souvent de personnalites isolees (enseignants, conseils), alors que les ministeres, en particulier les ministeres de l'education nationale, sont relativement peu actifs. Des recommandations d'actions globales et par pays sont proposees. Un vaste champ dactivite est ouvert ici, dont les reseaux, certes fragiles, mais existants, peuvent fournir la base. Training in innovation management in the European Community Member States ab This publication gives an account of the results of a survey carried out in the Member States of the EEC on the training programmes available in innovation management, public or private. The survey resulted in the establishment for the first time of a list of 206 organizations offering between them a total of 368 training programmes. The analysis has been done by country with reference to these training centres. These are of university level and are open to managers and administrators. The content of the programmes and the levels of development of training offered vary considerably; they also differ from country to country. The Federal Republic of Germany appears to be a leader. There are fewer programmes in southern Europe. The interest shown by small and medium-sized enterprises remains weak as they are still unaware of what is at stake. Training initiatives are taken mostly by private individuals such as professors or consultants whereas government ministries, especially the national education ministries are less involved. Recommendations are made in the report for national and transnational action. A wide scope for possible activities is thus created for which the existing networks, still at an early stage, could provide a base.

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Authors: BERREUR L I.D. CONSEIL, PARIS, I.D. CONSEIL, PARIS
Bibliographic Reference: EUR 11024 EN, FR (1987) FS, PP 201, PP 268, BFR 950, FOR EACH EDITION, AVAILABILITY: CEC-LUXEMBOURG, BP 1003, GDL
Availability: Can be ordered online
Record Number: 1989126059400 / Last updated on: 1989-05-01
Category: PUBLICATION
Available languages: en,fr