Last week, a delegation of CORSHIP represented the project and its first outcomes at the Knowledge Alliance Cluster Meeting and the 8th University Business Forum in Brussels. We met so many interesting other projects and the people behind and had inspiring conversations and exchange with experts in university-business interaction from both academia and practice. What a nice event!
The Corship alliance met this week in Potsdam for a full-week design sprint to record the video for the „Co-Innovation Journey“ MOOC. Next, the MicroCredential Approach „Co-Innovation Masterclass“ was finalized and is available here. Finally, the prototpye of the „Co-Innovation Builder“ is almost ready! What a productive and inspiring week!
Check out the latest Corship Research Insight – this time summarizing the outcomes from desk research and 10 expert interviews around the current offer of corporate entrepreneurship education. The 5 key findings of the report suggest that educational offers dedicated specifically to corporate entrepreneurship are scarce and scattered; the majority of the courses offered are related to general entrepreneurship in combination with innovation and various aspects of management and business issues; there are only a few courses dedicated specifically to…
Read our research insights on Corporate Entrepreneurship (CE) approaches. Based on 12 expert interviews and literature research, the report presents following key findings: Corporate-Startup collaboration in Europe is considered an important way to innovate There are various goals for collaboration Corporates: from corporate image building to talent acquisition, and from renewing corporate culture to taking advantage of the newest technologies when entering new markets Startups: from access to resources to new market opportunities to gaining credibility Collaboration partners should have…
Get an overview on the status quo of micro-credentials (both in EU and global) and explore 19 key findings derived from in-depth interviews with 11 experts around – emerging trends and changing framework conditions within the education and training ecosystem,– how the current offer of existing micro-credentials is perceived,– the potentials and barriers with regards to micro-credentials. Enjoy reading and provide us feedback! More insights in the intersection of entrepreneurship and education are following over summer.
The Corship project is part of the latest GEM 2018 report for Austria – the world’s largest study on entrepreneurship (since 1999). CORSHIP was presented as part of the report’s policy recommendations and good practice initiatives for knowledge transfer within the Austrian entrepreneurship ecosystem. Our colleagues Christian Friedl, Christoph Resei and Rene Wenzel from FH Joanneum are part of the author team for Austria. The report was presented at the Federal Ministry for Digital and Economic Affairs (BMDW) in Vienna…
The Corship Team met in Naples and provided a bootcamp at the EMOOCs conference on how to design MOOCs for business use. Next, the team held a two day internal workshop to work on the Corporate Entrepreneurship MOOC which will be published next year. Stay tuned for more Information!
Three Corship Partners – Thomas Staubitz (HPI), Agnes Zur (CUE) & Christian Friedl (FHJ) – recently published an article on MOOCs for business use, also providing six hands-on recommendations. Have a look at the interesting report and article on p. 10 here.
Our fellow-project “SCOPE – Skills for Corporate Entrepreneurship” is providing free trainings for future intrapreneurs and managers keen to nuture corporate Entrepreneurship within their organizations. Info and Enrolment here.
Corshippers from AVL and FH JOANNEUM crashed the 4Gamechangers Festival in Vienna to spread the word about our project. It was great to talk to many start-ups and corporates at the event about their sucessful approaches and challenges. One observation: corporate entrepreneurship is becoming a key trend in the community, it was the pre-vailing topic at the event – on and off stage.