The article discusses issues related to the paradigm of independent research of technological and economic transformations. The author comes to the conclusion that in modern conditions the technological innovation process cannot be fully incorporated into economic activity. In this regard, special attention is paid to the issue of combining economic and non-economic regulation of technological innovations in the present period and in the future.
Keywords: technological transformation, economic transformation, innovative firms, high-tech corporations, side effects, capital market, new technological structure Continue reading
According to Edgar Dale’s learning cone, the most effective learning is to simulate or perform a real action. It gives 90% of the result, compared, for example, with lectures, videos or reading. A game is an imitation of real activity. Business game Your Start is perhaps the only free online training in Russian on pumping entrepreneurial qualities and skills.
Free – does not mean free or low quality. The game, which is actually an entrepreneurship course, lasts 15 days. Meetings are held online in live mode. This is not a car workshop! The creator of the business course on Internet entrepreneurship, Your Start, a well-known serial entrepreneur – Evgeny Khodchenkov, himself, leads this game live. Eugene and his team have worked wonderfully creating this course and really follow their basic principle in business – do good for people, give it first, and only then get the opposite effect in the form of cash flow and positive emotions! Continue reading
Question: “It seems to me that we have thought through the process of change to the smallest detail, but already at the first stages of the implementation of the plan we ran into serious problems …”
ERROR: Any change must begin with a diagnosis. This stage is essentially a starting point and is associated with an accurate determination of which change is necessary and desirable. That is why the actions taken at this stage need to be given sufficient time and attention. In many organizations, the diagnostic phase is often overlooked or done poorly, which almost guarantees the failure of subsequent stages of the process. The consequences of this approach are obvious: a planned change crashes and is not implemented, or leads to disastrous results. If this is the case in your situation, then it is most reasonable to return to the beginning of the process and properly diagnose. Continue reading