“Entrepreneur 2.0̓”: the initiative of lifelong learning in creation of web 2.0 tools Cover Image

„Antrepreneris: antrosios kartos saitynas“: organizacijos įrankių kūrimas mokymosi visą gyvenimą aspektu
“Entrepreneur 2.0̓”: the initiative of lifelong learning in creation of web 2.0 tools

Author(s): Saulė Jokūbauskienė
Subject(s): Adult Education, Management and complex organizations, Social Informatics, ICT Information and Communications Technologies
Published by: Vilniaus Universiteto Leidykla
Keywords: organizational behavior; WEB 2.0; knowledge management; entrepreneurship; lifelong learning;

Summary/Abstract: Based on the fact that the key to employment, prosperity and development is entrepreneurship, for the first time associations of SMEs and micro SMEs, start-ups, join a European consultancy and training initiative to advance entrepreneurship based on web 2.0 tools and establish the foreground for successful Entrepreneurs and start-ups. There is a project “Entrepreneur 2.0” presented in the article. It‘s an example and structure of the project follows such a model that first allow micro SME owners, potential start up owners, self-employed people as well as unemployed people that face the implications of the current financial crisis to become the new generation of entrepreneurs capable to exploit Web 2.0 technologies for advancing their products and services more effectively at a wider European and international client portfolio. Secondly, the findings and the results of this project allow lessons learned as well as similar practices to be replicated by other players not only in the participating countries but also in the other Member States. Thirdly, the current consortium consists of VET centers, SMEs, SME associations, Business Representatives, Chambers, etc. that form the proper mix and balanced re- presentation of the key value chain players for knowledge sharing and creating and producing innovative high quality results with expected great impact in the new generation of Entrepreneurs (ENTREPRENEUR 2.0). The article examines the results reached in knowledge society within the current project development period and how the practice correspond to the web 2.0 and knowledge management theory dynamics.

  • Issue Year: 2015
  • Issue No: 73
  • Page Range: 7-15
  • Page Count: 9
  • Language: Lithuanian