Sustainable Innovation and Entrepreneurship Methodology: A manual for student project work in Innolabs

Carla Kornelia Smink (Editor), Sine Celik, Peter Joore, Panayiotis Christodoulou, Yiannis Konnaris, Kaspars Osis, Elina Baranovska, Inga Raukas, Harri Moora, Nameda Belmane

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Abstract

The objective of the InnoLabs project is to facilitate cross-sectoral, multidisciplinary solutions to complex social problems in various European settings. InnoLabs are university-driven physical and/or organizational spaces that function as student innovation laboratories and operate as a local or regional “co-creation platform for sustainable solutions” to promote structural innovation.

In this manual, the Sustainable Innovation and Entrepreneurship Methodology will be described.

The organisational guidelines mainly take point of departure in how Aalborg University (AAU) in Denmark has organised this in daily practice. In line with the objectives of the Innolabs project (output 05), partners in the Innolabs project have reflected, evaluated and concluded the project experiences, which are described in this report.

The InnoLabs project was developed for the 2014 call of Erasmus+ funds KA2- Cooperation and Innovation for Good Practices.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherAalborg Universitet
Number of pages56
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2016

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Smink, C. K. (Ed.), Celik, S., Joore, P., Christodoulou, P., Konnaris, Y., Osis, K., ... Belmane, N. (2016). Sustainable Innovation and Entrepreneurship Methodology: A manual for student project work in Innolabs. Aalborg Universitet.
Smink, Carla Kornelia (Editor) ; Celik, Sine ; Joore, Peter ; Christodoulou, Panayiotis ; Konnaris, Yiannis ; Osis, Kaspars ; Baranovska, Elina ; Raukas, Inga ; Moora, Harri ; Belmane, Nameda. / Sustainable Innovation and Entrepreneurship Methodology : A manual for student project work in Innolabs. Aalborg Universitet, 2016. 56 p.
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