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6th International Conference on Entrepreneurial Learning - ICEL


Challenges and perspectives in education for entrepreneurship

 

Hotel Antunović Zrinski Panel

 

The 6th International Conference on Entrepreneurial Learning was held on 27 October 2016 in the hotel Antunović, under the high sponsorship of the Office of the President of the Republic of Croatia, Mrs. Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović. The organizers of the 6th International Conference on Entrepreneurial Learning were the University College of Economics, Entrepreneurship and Management Nikola Šubić Zrinski and the Polytechnic of Međimurje in Čakovec. The main theme of the conference was “Challenges and Perspectives in Entrepreneurial Education”, with an aim to give the students, scientists and practitioners a chance to identify and exchange practical and scientifically proven solutions which support entrepreneurship by mutual interaction and networking. The partner country of the 6th International Conference on Entrepreneurial Learning – ICEL was the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

The 6th International Conference on Entrepreneurial Learning - ICEL was opened by dr.sc. Ivica Katavić, professor and dean of the University College Nikola Šubić Zrinski, who in his ceremonial speech concluded:

„...challenges in entrepreneurial education still remain challenges because as John Maynard Keynes once said: “The greatest challenge in the world is not for people to accept new ideas, but to help them forget the old ones.” Hence, I urge you to continue to build entrepreneurial culture which will enable the development of the learning system which supplements the traditional approach and develops the students’ entrepreneurial attitude, skills and competences which are characteristic for entrepreneurs.“

In her speech, the dean of the Polytechnic of Međimurje, dr. sc. Nevenka Breslauer, emphasised that the ICEL6 conference is making a shift because: „…it provides an overview of the condition in the economy, deliberates innovations and analyses how to stimulate the young people to venture upon entrepreneurship.“

The Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Demography, Family, Youth and Social Policy, Mr. Ante Babić, inspired by the University College N.Š. Zrinski dean’s speech, emphasised that the Ministry is a sponsor because it appreciates the steps taken in entrepreneurship, especially by young people in Croatia, as a country with one of the highest youth unemployment rates in the EU. He mentioned Germany’s successful experience as an example of good dual education practice, which is one of the goals of the ICEL, to find solutions which support sustainable entrepreneurship by connecting theory and practice. He urged and expressed the will for future cooperation in the development of social entrepreneurship.

The main speakers at the conference were the esteemed prof. dr. Velimir Srića with the theme “Innovation and Entrepreneurial Learning” and Mr. Vladimir Grebenar, univ. spec. oec., the CEO of Vinkoprom, with the theme “Organizational Learning as a Strategic Initiative within the Balanced Scorecard Model - Vinkoprom d.o.o. case study”. Through the themes of innovation and organizational learning stimulation, the speakers directed the discussions in three conducted panels in the best possible way.

The themes of the panels, in which many scientists, professors from various universities/colleges, experts, practitioner entrepreneurs and students from Croatia and Europe participated, were:

1. Innovations and entrepreneurship

2. Entrepreneurial lifelong education

3. Development of entrepreneurship from an early age

The conference conclusions can be downloaded in pdf format: Conference conclusions

 


 

5th International Conference on Entrepreneurial Learning - ICEL

"Learning for Entrepreneurship: Impact of Entrepreneurial Knowledge on Business, Management and Economy"

 

Organizer: University College of Economics, Entrepreneurship and Management Nikola Subic Zrinski

 

Date: October 20th, 2015
Venue: Hotel Antunović
Location: ZagrebHR

 

English and Croatian are the official languages of the Conference.

 

grb_eng ICEL5 Conference is held under the high patronage of the President of the Republic of Croatian, M.Sc. Kolinda Grabar Kitarović.

Keynote speakers at the conference will be Professor Slavko Kulić, Ph.D., Croatian philosopher, political scientist, economist and sociologist, with the theme "The philosophy of entrepreneurship in terms of social and market uncertainty" andProfessor Åsa Hagberg-Andersson, Ph.D., with Novia University of Applied Sciences from Vaasa, Finland, with the theme "New times, new challenges, new methods".

 

The main theme of the 5th International Conference of Entrepreneurial Learning (ICEL5) is: "Impact of Entrepreneurial Knowledge on Business, Management and Economy". Entrepreneurial knowledge generally leads to economic growth and job creation. However, there are a considerable gap about how entrepreneurial knowledge could be used/applied to contribute to business, management and economic development. The real question is how to link entrepreneurial knowledge with business, management and economy?

 

Agreement on cooperation was signed for organization of ICEL5

 

On 22 July 2015, an agreement was signed on cooperation at 5th International Conference on Entrepreneurial Learning - ICEL5 between Mr. Mirko Smoljić, Ph.D., dean of Polytechnic Vladimir Ružička in Vukovar and Mr. Ivica Katavić,Ph.D. dean of University College of Economics, Entrepreneurship and Management Nikola Subic Zrinski.

 

ICEL5 Conference

aims to provide theoretical and empirical evidence that relates entrepreneurial knowledge with business, management and economy. The Conference will bring together researchers and practitioners in the field of education for entrepreneurship, business, management and economy, as well as entrepreneurs, decision makers at all levels, educators, teachers and professors. Empirical research that uses multiple methods and/or multiple levels of analysis are particularly welcome.

Conference Programme Features

  • Welcome and keynote speeches
  • Keynote speakers at the conference will be Professor Slavko Kulić, Ph.D., Croatian philosopher, political scientist, economist and sociologist, with the theme „The philosophy of entrepreneurship in terms of social and market uncertainty“ and Professor ÅsaHagberg-Andersson, Ph.D., with Novia University of Applied Sciences from Vaasa, Finland, with the theme „New times, new challenges, new methods“
  • Four Panel Discussions
  • Two coffee breaks and poster sessions
  • Late lunch

Schedule of presentations within panels

12:00 – 13:00           Panel 1: „Philosophy of Entrepreneurship“

Moderator: Zdravko Tkalec

  1. Slavko Kulić: PHILOSOPHY OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN TERMS OF SOCIAL AND MARKET UNCERTAINTY
  2. Vitomir Tafra: PEDAGOGICAL PERSPECTIVE ON THE PHILOSOPHY OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP
  3. Borna Bebek: THE PHILOSOPHY OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP
  4. Drago Pupavac: EXTROVERTED PERSONALITY AS A ADVANTAGE IN ENTREPRENUERSHIP
  5. Dragan Kopecki, Ivica Katavić, Gabrijela Budimir Šoško: HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT IN FAMILY BUSINESSES ECONOMY OF COMMUNION

 

13:30 – 14:30           Panel 2: „Dual Education“

Moderator: Vitomir Begović

  1. Ms. Daška Domljan (Foundation "Znanje na djelu")
  2. Mr. Alan Žunić (Billa Croatia)
  3. Ms. Daniela Buntak (German-Croatian Chamber of Industry and Commerce)
  4. Mr. Ivica Katavić (University College Nikola Subic Zrinski)
  5. Ms. Mirela Lekić (Croatian Chamber of Trades and Crafts)

 

15:30 – 16:30           Panel 3: „Education of Entrepreneurship“

Moderator: Vitomir Tafra

  1. Mirko Smoljić, Branka Stipanović, Hrvoje Smoljić: EMOTIONAL LEARNING FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT AT HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS IN CROATIA
  2. Zdravko Tkalec, Mario Šimunković, Ivana Rukavina: EVALUATION / ASSESSMENT OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP COMPETENCE
  3. Marina Gregorić, Željko Knok, Zdravko Tkalec: ASSESMENT OF SUCCESFUL PROGRESS OF STUDENTS IN HIGH EDUCATION FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP BY APPLYING MODULAR INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS
  4. Darija Ivanković, Mirjana Nedović, Dolores Đapić: STUDENT BUSINESS INCUBATOR: AN INSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVES OF NEW VENTURES
  5. Narcisa Manojlović: DIFFERENCES IN THE REALISATION OF ENTREPRENEURIAL LEARNING IN CROATIAN PRIMARY SCHOOLS
  6. Ivan Novak, Bosiljka Šaravanja: IMPORTANCE OF EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS FOR IMPROVEMENTS OF ENTREPRNEURS BUSINESS

 

15:30 – 16:30           Panel 4: „Entrepreneurship“

Moderator: Mirjana Nedović

  1. Siniša Zarić, Rajko Bujković: ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTIVITIES AND THE ROLE OF SOCIAL CAPITAL AND SOCIAL NETWORKS: IS IT RECOGNIZED IN THE EDUCATION PROCESS?
  2. Stana Odak Krasić, Ivanka Šaravanja: SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA AS A METHOD OF FINANCING NOT-PROFIT ASSOCIATIONS – HOW WIDESPREAD IS IT?
  3. Željko Šundov, Marina Gregorić: ALL ASPECTS OF EMPLOYEE COMPETENCE EVALUATION IN ORGANISATIONS
  4. Antoneta Lekaj, Zrinka Gregov: THE BASIC CHARACTERISTICS  OF MINORITY ENTREPRENEURSHIP: ALBANIAN  ENTREPRENEURS IN CROATIA
  5. Pave Ivić: ENTREPRENEURS AND THE MEDIA
  6. Jugoslav Jovičić, Stevan Petković: INNOVATIONS AS A FACTOR FOR COMPETITIVE ECONOMY WITH THE OVERVIEW OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

 


 

 

4th International Conference on Entrepreneurial Learning 2014 – ICEL4


Learning for Entrepreneurship:


Challenges and opportunities for society (economy) development

 

Date: 13/10/2014

Venue: Hotel Antunović

Location: Zagreb, Croatia

 

English is the official language of the Conference.

ICEL4 Conference is held under general auspices of Croatian president Ivo Josipović, Ph.D. and Ministry of Science, Education and Sports.

This year, the theme of the conference is: Learning for Entrepreneurship: challenges and opportunities for society (economy) development chosen to reflect our goal of developing a new understanding of learning for entrepreneurship, which includes but encompasses more than the traditional concepts and approaches dominating recent educational formats.

ICEL4 Conference aims to contribute to the acceptance of entrepreneurship as an educational, social and economic value. The Conference will bring together key players in the field of education for entrepreneurship, entrepreneurs, decision makers at all levels, educators, teachers and professors.

The value orientation presupposes the creation of opportunities to develop entrepreneurial competences at all levels of education, training and education for entrepreneurship through formal and informal education, and by encouraging entrepreneurship as an economic requirement.

It is focused on capacity development through understanding of entrepreneurship as the key competence for lifelong learning, cooperation of educational, research institutions and businesses, by highlighting the good practice examples.

The aim of ICEL4 Conference is to inspire scholars and practitioners with fresh perspectives and to provide all participants with a better understanding of:

  • New approaches to leadership and management of entrepreneurship
  • Different ways of achieving success in learning for entrepreneurship
  • Strategies and policies for entrepreneurship education
  • Innovation in learning for entrepreneurship
  • The dynamics of entrepreneurship
  • Networking and partnership strategies in entrepreneurship development

Conference Topics

  • Concepts, approaches and models of entrepreneurship education
  • Entrepreneurship education policy
  • Public policies aimed to support entrepreneurship development
  • Learning concepts, philosophy of entrepreneurship education
  • Theories and practices of learning for entrepreneurship
  • Curriculums for entrepreneurial learning
  • Lifelong learning and entrepreneurship education
  • Formal, non-formal and informal education for entrepreneurship
  • Student incubators, training firms, student cooperatives
  • Integrating social media in learning for entrepreneurship
  • Gender perspectives in entrepreneurship education
  • Women entrepreneurship
  • Social entrepreneurship
  • On-line supported learning for entrepreneurship
  • Web and computer supported learning for Entrepreneurship
  • Learning for entrepreneurship in non economic studies
  • Mentoring and supervising learning for entrepreneurship

 

On Monday, 13 October 2014 in Zagreb, 4th International Conference on Entrepreneurial Learning ICEL4 was held in Hotel Antunović under the title"Entrepreneurial Learning: Challenges and Opportunities for Society (Economy) Development" and for the fourth year in a row, it was organized by the University College of Economics, Entrepreneurship and Management Nikola Subic Zrinski.

 

Ms. Monika Prović moderated this year's Conference and at the beginning welcomed all participants on behalf of the University College Nikola Subic Zrinski, participants, distinguished guests, key-note speakers and representatives of state institutions which provided support for this year's Conference. ICEL4 conference was held under the auspices of the Croatian president, Ivo Josipović, Ph.D., Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Crafts, Ministry of Science, Education and Sports, Croatian Chamber of Economy and the Croatian Agency for SMEs and Investments. President Josipović's official letter informed that he welcomed and supported University College and this year's conference and that he was convinced that the continuity of ICEL conferences could and would contribute to the development of learning strategies for entrepreneurship. At the end of his letter, President warmly welcomed the organizers and participants of the Conference and wished success to University College Nikola Subic Zrinki in its future endeavors and progress.

 

Ms. Nadica Žužak, Assistant Minister of the Department for Entrepreneurship and Crafts first held a brief introductory speech in which she stressed that "Entrepreneurial knowledge and skills are key factors for economic growth and development and competitiveness of every successful economy and that the general level of entrepreneurial competencies in the economy knowledge-based are the premise for the successful growth and development“. After Ms. Žužak, Ms. Tajana Kesić Šapić held the presentation on the behalf of the Croatian Chamber of Economy. Ms. Kesić Šapić began her speech by stressing the importance of entrepreneurial education and the possibility of the Erasmus program as a means to encourage young people and their involvement in entrepreneurship education. "According to the strategy Europa2020, it is absolutely necessary to invest in education for entrepreneurship. Europe needs innovative and creative entrepreneurs as workforce, and with adequate knowledge and core competencies, the same objective applies to the Republic of Croatia. Learning entrepreneurship in schools and educational institutions is essential for creating an entrepreneurial mindset. Young people who go through entrepreneurial education programs are proactive and establish their own businesses.", concluded Ms. Kesić Šapić.

Mr. Ivica Katavić, dean of the University College Nikola Subic Zrinski, opened ICEL4 Conference with short introductory speech, while welcoming all the participants on behalf of the organizers of the Conference.''There are more people living on Earth today than . This statement brings to us a challenge and the challenge is how we can achieve sustainable education for entrepreneurship that supports economic, elemental and social growth. In every economy there are good and bad times, which can be summarized in only one word - education. Education is the best possible investment that brings returns to economy and it is the best instrument to fight low qualities“ said Mr. Katavić thus briefly noting the importance of this Conference and the authors and participants, but also the teachers, pupils and students who were present at the Conference.

 

Partner country of this year's Conference was Finland and the first introductory speech was delivered by the Ambassador of Finland in Croatia, Mr. Timo Rajakangas, who thrilled the audience at the very beginning. The ambassador first thanked the organizers for the invitation and for the inclusion of Finland as a partner country at this year's Conference. Mr. Rajakangas mentioned that many know the Finnish education system is among the best in the world, but very few know how little time was needed for Finland to transform from a relatively poor country into one of the richest in Europe, and all thanks to the investments in education, research and development in this sector. "Innovation and knowledge are the key things to create a competitive advantage in the economy..." agreed Mr. Rajakangas and immediately explained why such attitude. "The changes inside the classroom were key to change of the Finnish education system and have led Finland to an innovative learning environment, an environment that encourages interaction between professors and students, as well as interaction among students. Working in groups, taking responsibility and the fact that it is not essential to be the best in class, but to be a good team player who is flexible enough to adapt to new situations and environments, and the fact that absolutely everyone has the right to education, regardless of religion, nationality, age and gender, has led Finnish education to today's success". The ambassador completed his speech and explained the importance of accepting failure, which in Finland is celebrated as Failure Day. He also stressed the importance of lifelong learning and the great effort that Education Group Zrinski invests in lifelong learning and the development of entrepreneurship in Croatia.

ICEL4 conference aims to contribute to the acceptance of entrepreneurship as an educational, social and economic value​​, and re-assemble the key players in the field of education for entrepreneurship, entrepreneurs, decision makers at all levels, educators, teachers and professors. Professors who particularly contributed to the conference as keynote speakers:

 

Prof. Jan Jonker is a professor at the College of Management, Radboud University Nijmegen in the Netherlands. As the head of the Department for Sustainable Entrepreneurship, he has authored or co-authored 23 books and has published over 150 articles. He has given a number of lectures and has been a visiting professor in the United States, Denmark, Australia, Italy, Spain, Norway, Morocco, Germany, Poland, etc. At ICEL4, he prepared speech "Entrepreneurship in the age of the WEconomy" and delighted the audience with his insightful and harsh tone. Many agreed that his presentation touched upon the very substance of entrepreneurship in today's time and set the bar very high for all the other speakers.

Prof. Artashes Gazaryan, Doctor of Social Sciences, is an expert in strategic management and organizational capacity building. He was the founder of the local government research center (Klaipeda, 1991 - 1999) and founder of the School of Public Administration and Democracy (1994)held a very interesting lecture"Management and Neuroscience: Inborn Features and acquirable Skills for Entrepreneurship". He connected and merged topics of management, entrepreneurship and neuro-science, which has given an entirely different contribution to ICEL4 Conference.

Dr. sc. József Poór, Ph.D. is Professor of Management at the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, Szent István University in Hungary, where he teaches various management courses. He is a professor of management and the Selye Janos University Komarno in Slovakia and is a guest lecturer at many European universities, such as University of Bucharest and University of Cluj in Romania. The Conference theme introduced changes in the environment and reflection on the management of these issues through the"Management Consulting under Changes - Evolution behind Post Advisory Model in Transitional Environment" and the lecture began by showing a short video with a powerful message of "Change Your Words. Change Your World.", which we believe left a strong impression on everyone.

Vitomir Tafra, CEO and founder of the Education Group Zrinski, Secretary of the National Coordination of E4E - education for entrepreneurship, in his short speech titled "The Importance of Defining Content of Educational Values ​​in Education for Entrepreneurship" completed the introductory part of the conference, thanking all who have contributed to this Conference in Croatia, but also to those who participated from abroad.

Orientation of values entails creating opportunities for Entrepreneurial Learning at all levels of education, training and education for entrepreneurship through formal and informal education and the promotion of entrepreneurship as an economic requirement, which was confirmed by 16 papers and presentations by authors in four sessions that were held during the Conference in two terms.

 

Author

Work

Introduction

Timo Rajakangas, Ambassador of Finland in Croatia

Introductory Remarks

Jan Jonker, Ph.D.

Entrepreneurship in the Age of the WEconomy

József Poór, Ph.D.

Management Consulting under Changes - Evolution behind Post Advisory Model in Transitional Environment

Session 1.A - Women Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurship in Business

Jasminka Keser

Importance of Women and Women Entrepreneurs Education for New Technologies: Analysis of Policy Documents

Vanja Marenković and Petra Palić

Human Resources and Women Labour Potential - A Crucial Resource to Overcome the Effects of the Crisis

Željko Šundov and Marina Gregorić

How to Maximize and Measure Learning's Contribution to Business Results

Gabrijela Budmir Šoško

Education of Enterpreneurs About Importance of Recignition and Prevention of Workplace Violence as an Important Uncertainty Reduction Factor in the Business Enterprise

Session 1.B - Entrepreneurship in HEIs and Learning of Entrepreneurship in Non Economic Studies

Zdravko Tkalec, Vitomir Tafra, Marina Gregorić

Marketing Aspect of Curricular Approach to Education for Entrepreneurship in High Education

Alica Grilec Kaurić, Ivana Salopek Cubrić and Vesna Marija Potočić Matković

The Importance of Skills and Economic Knowledge in the Education of Fashion Designers – Entrepreneurs

Dragica Karajić

Culture of Entrepreneurship – Croatia Case

Jasna Peklić and Dinka Vujatović

Education for Entrepreneurship in Kindergartens

Session 2.A - Theories and practices and on-line supported learning for entrepreneurship

Tatjana Stanovčić, Mirjana Peji, Sanja Peković and Jovana Zoroja

What is the Source of Innovation for Croatian Service Firms: Focus on Tourism Sector

Aljoša Šestanović, Antonela Šimunović and Valentina Kasum

Lessons in Structuring SME Dedicated Exchange for Developing Capital Markets – A Practitioner’s Perspective

Toni Miljak, Eva Mijatović and Marina Gregorić

Accounting Treatment of Corporate Financing by Short-term Sources

Anton Florijan Barišić and Monika Prović

The Role of Business Simulations in Entrepreneurial Education

Session 2.B - Entrepreneurship in Elementary Schools

Sandra Lovrenčić and Marijana Vrančić

Entrepreneurship - Cross-curricular and Interdisciplinary Topic in Elementary Schools

Marica Klarić, Narcisa Manojlović and Siniša Manojlović

Implementation of Strategy for Entrepreneurial Learning 2010-2014 - a research conducted in Croatian primary schools

Perica Bartulović and Davorin Novosel

Entrepreneurial Competencies in Elementary Schools

Ivo Ivančić, Zrinka Gregov i Mirna Varlandy Supek

Eligibility of Professional Specialist Degree Holders for Taking Teaching Positions in Professional Study Programmes in the Republic of Croatia

 

Presentations of all the authors who have presented their works at ICEL4 conference will be posted on the official website of ICEL conference www.icelconf.eu. Full Photo Gallery is available here.

Media sponsors of this year's Conference were: Suvremena.hrPoslovni savjetnikPoslovni dnevnikPrivredni vjesnikMojPosao and EduCentarGrađenje&Opremanje and the Conference was also covered by Jutarnji.hr.

 

 

3rd International Conference on Entrepreneurial Learning 2013

“Creativity + Education + Financing = Entrepreneurial Mix“

 

Organizer: University College of Economics, Entrepreneurship and Management Nikola Subic Zrinski

 

ICEL3 Conference aims to contribute to the acceptance of entrepreneurship as an educational, social and economic value. The Conference will bring together key players in the field of education for entrepreneurship, entrepreneurs, decision makers at all levels, educators, teachers and professors.

The value orientation presupposes the creation of opportunities to develop entrepreneurial competences at all levels of education, training and education for entrepreneurship through formal, nonformal and informal education, and by encouraging entrepreneurship as an economic requirement.

It is focused on capacity development through understanding of entrepreneurship as the key competence for lifelong learning, cooperation of educational, research institutions and businesses, by highlighting the good practice examples.

Program konferencije Conference Programme (pdf)

Raspored izlaganja radova Presentations Schedule (pdf)

Specific objectives of ICEL3 Conference are:

  • to sensitize the public about the lifelong learning for entrepreneurship in the economic, social and ecological environment as a generator for creating new value with emphasis on corporate social responsibility and sustainable development
  • to encourage cooperation in terms of international and interdisciplinary gathering of experts from science and practice
  • to encourage sharing of experiences and the development of active methods of teaching and learning.

 

Date: 02 – 03/10/2013

Venue: Hotel Antunović, Zagreb, Croatia

Trg Svetog MarkaHotel AntunovićPlitvička jezera

Conference Topics:

  • Implementing Lifelong Learning for Entrepreneurship
  • Entrepreneurial Institutions/Schools
  • Building Links between Education and Business
  • Innovations and Good Practices in Entrepreneurship Education
  • Creative and Innovative SMEs – Key for Development
  • EU Funding for Development – the Project Approach
  • Student Business Incubators
  • Female Entrepreneurship
  • Role of Financial Institutions for Steering Entrepreneurship
  • Fostering Entrepreneurial Mindsets in Society

 


2st International Conference on Education for Entrepreneurship

Title of the conference: Entrepreneurial learning – an initiative in creating new values


The ICEL2 conference aims to:

  • to increase public awareness of lifelong learning for entrepreneurship in the economic, social and ecological environment, as a generator for creating new values, with an emphasis on corporate social responsibility and sustainable development,
  • to encourage cooperation in the international and interdisciplinary sense by gathering together experts from science and practice,
  • to encourage the exchange of experiences, the development of active methods of teaching and learning, and the establishment of companies under the same circumstances.

Icel 2 conference brought together experts from the academic world, as well as businessmen scientific and entrepreneurial profile, who exhibited their workd in the following thematic units:

  • Lifelong Learning for Entrepreneurship - When and how?
  • Knowledge and skills necessary for a modern entrepreneur
  • Active methods of teaching and learning
  • Career management - Entrepreneurial competence
  • Entrepreneurship - Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Entrepreneurship - Examples of good practice

This year 84 authors applied for the Conference with 84 papers, there was 52 Croatian papers, while others were submitted from Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia and Slovenia. At the Conference 42 authors from Croatia presented 27 papers with thematic units regarding Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurial Laarning.

 

 

Presentation of papers of 2.st. ICEL conference:


Učenje za poduzetništvoZnanstveni časopis “Učenje za poduzetništvo” knjiga 1

Učenje za poduzetništvoZnanstveni časopis “Učenje za poduzetništvo” knjiga 2

 

Autor Rad
Mirjana Babić, Ph. D. DRUŠTVENO ODGOVORNO POSLOVANJE U FUNKCIJI UNAPREĐENJA IMIDŽA PODUZEĆA
Dr. sc. Pave Ivić KOMUNIKACIJA PODUZETNIKA I MEDIJA
Mr.sc. Sandra Mrvica Mađarac, Marina Guzovski, univ.spec.oec., Slobodan Stojanović, univ.spec.oec. Agroturizam u funkciji razvoja poduzetništva u Vukovarsko-srijemskoj županiji – stanje i perspektive
Emil Priskić, Lucija Bačić Stečaj u funkciji revitalizacije trgovačkih društava
Dr Maja S. Todorović Efektivan zeleni biznis plan kao preduslov za uspešno zeleno preduzetništvo
Helena Šlogar, struč. spec. oec., mr. sc. Vesna Cigan, prof. UMIJEĆE PREGOVARANJA KAO KLJUČNA KOMPETENCIJA U RAZVOJU PODUZETNIŠTVA
mr. sc. Vesna Cigan, prof., Helena Šlogar, struč. spec. oec. STAVOVI STUDENATA O METODAMA POUČAVANJA NA VISOKIM UČILIŠTIMA U CILJU RAZVOJA PODUZETNIČKE KOMPETENCIJE
Vesna D. Župan ULOGA I ZNAČAJ AKADEMSKIH BIBLIOTEKA SRBIJE U PREDUZETNIČKOM UČENJU
Aflić Entrepreneurship in small family-run hotels - Croatian tourism case study
Dr Jožef Kabok, Dr Imre Lendak, Dr Eva Pataki INVESTIRANJE U VISOKO OBRAZOVANJE: REPUBLIKA SRBIJA U MEĐUNARODNOM OKRUŽENJU
Vedran Kraljeta POSLOVNE KONSTELACIJE novi alat za edukaciju u poduzetništvu
Eva Mijatović, dipl.oec. Računovodstveno evidentiranje restrukturiranja poduzeća tehnikama spajanja i preuzimanja poduzeća
Dr.sc. Marina Gregorić, Mr.sc. Ljiljana Skendrović Uloga poduzetništva i cjeloživotnog učenja u brendiranju turističke destinacije
Doc dr Lazar Ožegović ULAGANJE U OBRAZOVANJE PREDUZETNIKA I PRIMENA MERODAVNOG PRAVA
Doc dr Lazar Ožegović POSLOVNI INKUBATOR - MODEL BRŽEG RAZVOJA SOCIJALNOG PREDUZETNIŠTVA
MSc.Mirjana Cvijić, Prof. dr. Ilija Ćosić, Prof. dr. Jelena Borocki ZNAČAJ PREDUZETNIŠTVA ZA RURALNI RAZVOJ SRBIJE
Snežana Prelević,mast. prav. Kome je biznis odgovoran?
Toni Miljak, mag.oec., dr.sc.Jasenka Bubić, profesor visoke škole, Maja Kitić, dipl.oec. RAČUNOVODSTVENA POLITIKA AMORTIZACIJE U FUNKCIJI DONOŠENJA POSLOVNIH ODLUKA PODUZEĆA
Maja Kitić, dipl.oec., Toni Miljak, mag.oec, mr.sc. Joško Lozić CJELOŽIVOTNO OBRAZOVANJE S CILJEM POSTIZANJA POSLOVNOG NAPRETKA I STVARANJA FINANCIJSKIH VRIJEDNOSTI
dr. sc. Anica Hunjet Stjecanje znanja i vještina za budućnost u poduzetništvu
Mr.sc. Željka Zavišić, Mr.sc. Marija Škorić, Mr.sc. Ivana Bilić Utjecaj malog poduzetništva na razvoj gospodarstva Osječko-baranjske županije
Maja Quien, mag.soc. Društveno odgovorno poslovanje kao konkurentna prednost: analiza ciljeva najuspješnijih tvrtki u Hrvatskoj
mr. sc. Narcisa Vojnović, Siniša Manojlović, univ. spec. oec. Učenje za poduzetništvo u školama – što i kako?
Marina Nikolić, Martina Levar Inovacije i razvoj kao uzrok i posljedica poduzetništva
MARKO PERIĆ, doc.dr.sc., JELENA ĐURKIN, mag.oec. Primjena poslovnih simulacija u visokoškolskom obrazovanju budućih menadžera u turizmu i ugostiteljstvu
Vladimir Todorović, Željko Tekić, Mladen Pečujlija Preduzetničke težnje studenata Fakulteta tehničkih nauka
Ivona Pavelić, mag.oec. „Živa“ bilanca – virtualno iskustvo poduzetništva i instrument učinkovitog poslovnog odlučivanja
MSc Martina Ferk, Miloš Bogdanović Use of business simulations on ISCED 5/6 level - good practice example
Željko Sudarić Obrazovanje + Cjeloživotno učenje za poduzetništvo = Zapošljivost
Zoran Đorđević, MBA ZNANJA I VJEŠTINE POTREBNE SUVREMENOM PODUZETNIKU U OVISNOSTI O FAZI RAZVOJA PODUZEĆA
Prof. Dragan Salarić Poduzetništvo i društveno odgovorno poslovanje
Vitomir Tafra Učenje i osposobljavanje za poduzetništvo i obrazovni sustav - strategijski pristup
Tihana Kraljić, DIPL.OEC. Važnost učenja za poduzetništvo u uvjetima velikih strukturnih promjena hrvatskog gospodarstva i poslovanja na jedinstvenom tržištu EU
Marijana Vrančić, Sandra Lovrenčić PODUZETNIČKE VJEŠTINE U OSNOVNOJ ŠKOLI - RAZREDNA NASTAVA
Marijana Bolarić Škare Poduzetništvo i samozapošljavanje – prevladavanje nezaposlenosti i socijalne isključenosti
Mr. sc. Dragica Karajic, Prof. dr. sc. Marijan Cingula THE ENTREPRENEURIAL LEARNING DEVELOPMENT POLICIES AMONG SOUTH EAST EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
Gordana Ćorić, Ljiljana Kukec, Zvonimir Repač Nova poduzetnička znanja i aktivne metode učenja i podučavanja
mag.oec. Boris Jurič, mr sc. Dragan Kopecki, Ivana Grego studentica 3. godine Emocionalni aspekti marketiranja OPG-a u Hrvatskoj
Anton Florijan Barišić, M.Sc., CMC. Management consulting as a form of entrepreneurial learning and a source of business knowledge

 

Piece of Cake was held within ICEL2 Conference. Last two rounds were played in Novi Sad, Serbia. Students met their competitors and shared their experiences in this competition.

The main goal of this competition was to encourage excellance, to develop new methods of developing talents, skills and knowledge and to promote and connect talented students from each Faculty or College. 7 Faculties and higher education institutions participated:

  • Faculty of Management in Tourism and Hospitality, Opatija, Croatia
  • Karlovac University of Applied Sciences, Karlovac, Croatia
  • Faculty of Economics and Business, Zagreb, Croatia
  • University College Nikola Subic Zrinski, Zagreb, Croatia
  • Faculty of Agriculture and Food Sciences, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Faculty of Technology, Novi Sad, Serbia
  • Faculty of Economics and Engineering Management, Novi Sad, Serbia

Team of students from Faculty of Economics and Engineering Management (Novi Sad, Serbia) won the 1st place, 2nd place won our students' team from University College Nikola Subic Zrinski, and team from Faculty of Agriculture and Food Sciences, University of Sarajevo won the 3rd place.

 


1st International Conference on Education for Entrepreneurship

 


1st International Conference on Education for Entrepreneurship was held on Thursday, June 2nd, 2011. in Zagreb in areas of Croatian Chamber of Commerce.

After the introductory greeting by Boris Pirjevec, the Dean of the University College of Economics, Entrepreneurship and Management Nikola Subic Zrinski, the conference was officially opened by:

  • Tihana Kraljić, State Secretary in the Ministry of Economy, Labour and Entrepreneurship
  • Mirko Smoljić, Advisor to the Minister at the Ministry of Science, Education and Sports
  • Dragutin Ranogajec, President of Croatian Chamber of Trades and Crafts
  • Zdenka Peternel, President’s Office Chief of Staff at the Croatian Chamber of Economy

The conference, which was attended by more than 250 participants, 65 authors of 34 professional papers, was the first international conference on education for entrepreneurship in the region.

Introductory presentations were made by:

  • Vitomir Tafra, President of the Board of Education Group Zrinski and Secretary of National Coordination of Education for Entrepreneurship
  • Zdravko Tkalec, Vice Dean of Academic Affairs at University College Nikola Šubić Zrinski
  • Zoltan Zavargo, Dean of the Faculty of Technology, University of Novi Sad
  • Heinrich Traublinger, Member of the Bavarian Parliament (retd) and President of the Chamber of Trades and Crafts for Munich and Upper Bavaria