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Regionalni vidiki inoviranja kot osnova konkurenčnosti podjetja znotraj države in EU : Regional aspects of innovation as a cornerstone of the competitivness of a company within the state and the EU
Markič, Mirko (Author), Likar, Borut (Author)

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Abstract
Lizbonska strategija, ki jo je Evropski svet sprejel leta 2000, predstavlja dolgoročno strategijo s ciljem, da postane Evropa do leta 2010 najbolj konkurenčno, dinamično ter na znanju temelječe gospodarstvo na svetu. Ker je EU stičisče drzav z različnimi stopnjami gospodarske in raziskovalne razvitosti, jeziki, socialnimi razmerami, zgodovino, kulturo itn., je poleg celovitega načina vodenja zveze treba nujno ohraniti in razvijati močno regionalno komponento. To velja tako za države kakor tudi za regije. Hkrati je EU v svojih strateških dokumentih postavila spodbujanje inovativnosti med prednosti. Zato zelimo s prispevkom prikazati možnosti za Slovenijo na tem izredno pomembnem delu - regionalne usmeritve inovativnih procesov. Na podlagi analize inovativnih procesov v Sloveniji in v EU smo izdelali model inovativnih procesov v treh korakih. V prvem definiramo, kaj mora regija doseči, če zeli postati inovativna. Osnovno vodilo za razvoj je posodobitev razmišljanja in usklajenost delovanja vseh udeležencev glede inoviranja, ki je podlaga za izboljšanje konkurenčnosti ter hkrati boljšo kakovost življenja njenih prebivalcev in druzbe kot celote. V drugem koraku določimo, kako naj v regionalnih razmerah ravnamo, upostevajoč dialektični sistem pogojev za dosego inovacije v podjetju ali drugi organizaciji in lastnosti regije v širšem merilu. V tretjem koraku regijo in njene dejavnosti povezemo na eni strani s podjetjem in drugo organizacijo, na drugi strani pa z državnimi in evropskimi razvojnimi smernicami ter vzpostavimo povezavo z inovacijskim podpornim okoljem.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:company competitiveness, innovative processes, models, supporting environment, regional strategy
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Tipology:1.04 - Professional Article
Organization:FS - Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Year:2006
Publisher:Association of Mechanical Engineers and Technicians of Slovenia et al.
Number of pages:str. 195-203
Numbering:Letn. 52, št. 3
UDC:711.1(4):65.011.8
ISSN on article:0039-2480
COBISS.SI-ID:9302299 Link is opened in a new window
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Title:Strojniški vestnik
Shortened title:Stroj. vestn.
Publisher:Zveza strojnih inženirjev in tehnikov Slovenije [et al.], = Association of Mechanical Engineers and Technicians of Slovenia [et al.]
ISSN:0039-2480
COBISS.SI-ID:762116 This link opens in a new window

Secondary language

Language:Slovenian
Abstract:
In 2000 the European Council approved the Lisbon strategy, which represents a long-term strategy with the aim to make the EU the most competitive, dynamic knowledge-driven economy in the world by 2010. Since Europe is a group of countries with different degrees of economic and research development, languages, social conditions, history, culture, etc., it is thus essential to preserve and develop a strong regional component together with a comprehensive approach to managing the EU. This is true not only for the statesbut also for the regions. At the same time, in its documents the EU set fostering innovativeness among its priorities. In this paper we thus wish to describe the opportunities for Slovenia in this extremely important segment - regional orientation of the innovative processes. On the basis of an analysis of the innovative processes in Slovenia and the EU we created a model of innovation processes in three steps. In the first one we define what the region has to achieve in order to become innovative. Fundamental guidance for the development is the modernization of deliberation and the performance reconciliation of all participants regarding innovation, which is the foundation for an improvement of competitiveness as well as a better quality of life of its inhabitants and society as a whole. In the second step we define how we should act within specific regional circumstances, taking into consideration a dialectic system of conditions for achieving innovation withinthe company or other organisations and the characteristics of the regionin broader criteria. In the third step we connect on one side the regionand its activities with a company and other organisations, and on the other side with Republic and European development guidelines and establish a connection with an innovation support environment.


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