The cornerstone of HEKATE is delivery of entrepreneurship training workshops for mixed groups of academic researchers and early career industry practitioners with strong technical backgrounds based strongly on hitherto inaccessible case studies from industry and academia. In preparation of these, a review of entrepreneurship training currently on offer has been undertaken on which this report is based.
The report provides recommendations for the design of entrepreneurship training workshops targeted at early career industry professionals and academic researchers with strong technical backgrounds derived from the conducted study.
In conclusion, the goal of the proposed workshop design is to connect the two groups in learning how to be more entrepreneurial within academic and business settings and to achieve mutual peer-to-peer learning benefits from active collaboration. It is hoped that this study will be useful for generating new ideas in designing an effective entrepreneurial training programme.
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