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Knowledge as a Determinant of the Knowledge Transfer between Poland and Portugal (the Ideation Phase)

Anna Dziadkiewicz, Wioleta Dryl, Tomasz Dryl, Joanna Nieżurawska, Lech Nieżurawski, Nelson Duarte (), Vítor Santos, Carla Sofia Gonçalves Pereira and Tiago Fernandndo Ferreira Lopes
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Anna Dziadkiewicz: Uniwersytet Gdański
Wioleta Dryl: Uniwersytet Gdański
Tomasz Dryl: Uniwersytet Gdański
Joanna Nieżurawska: Wyższa Szkoła Bankowa w Toruniu
Lech Nieżurawski: Wyższa Szkoła Bankowa w Toruniu
Vítor Santos: School of Management and Technology – Polytechnic of Porto
Carla Sofia Gonçalves Pereira: School of Management and Technology – Polytechnic of Porto
Tiago Fernandndo Ferreira Lopes: School of Management and Technology – Polytechnic of Porto

Collegium of Economic Analysis Annals, 2017, issue 44, 197-210

Abstract: Modern socio-economic processes increasingly rely on the cooperation of science and business. However, the issue of knowledge management is far from using successful tools, which could allow for a comprehensive diagnosis and unambiguous indication of the main inhibitors and stimulators of this cooperation. The main aim of this article is, therefore, a presentation of activities in COTRANS Polish-Portuguese project of researchers’ exchange, which, through effective knowledge management, will lead to the creation of knowledge transfer among economic universities in Poland and Portugal and the SME sector. There are literature reviews and the presentation of the implemented activities under design thinking.

Keywords: knowledge transfer; knowledge management; design thinking; innovation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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