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Zusammenfassende Ergebnisse zum EXIST-III Projekt an der BTU Cottbus: Teilprojekt Gründervilla


  • Lange, Astrid
  • Weineck, Gabriele
  • Steuer, Juliane


Aus dem Spektrum des breit und interdisziplinär angelegten EXIST-III Projektes Entwicklung einer Gründungs- und Teamkompetenzwerkstatt (GTW) an der BTU Cottbus werden im vorliegenden Working Paper drei spezielle Tätigkeitsschwerpunkte vorge-stellt. Dieses sind der Tätigkeitsbereich der extra-curricularen Qualifizierung, der Grün-dungsbegleitung (Infrastruktur, Beratung in Vorgründungsphase) und des Sammelns und Aufbereitens von Gründungsideen. Herangehensweisen, Schritte und Ergebnisse werden im Folgenden zusammenfassend beschrieben. Somit stellt das vorliegende Working Paper eine vertiefende Ergänzung zum Abschlussbericht des Gesamtprojektes dar.

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  • Lange, Astrid & Weineck, Gabriele & Steuer, Juliane, 2011. "Zusammenfassende Ergebnisse zum EXIST-III Projekt an der BTU Cottbus: Teilprojekt Gründervilla," Working Paper Series 10, Brandenburg University of Technology (BTU Cottbus), Chair of Organization, Human Resource & General Management.
  • Handle: RePEc:zbw:btuopu:10

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    EXIST-III; (Vor-)Gründung; Qualifizierung; Beratung; Geschäftsideen;

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