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Ways of improving University and Enterprise Cooperation in B&H

by Aldina Šogolj 1 ORCID ID for Aldina Šogolj , Nataša Tandir 2 ORCID ID for Nataša Tandir

1 International Burch University, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
2 International Burch University, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

ABSTRACT

Today’s fast growth has made it difficult for businesses to react to market demand if they depend only on their capabilities; thus, many businesses seek to collaborate with universities to innovate, enhancing their innovation capacity and competitiveness. In addition, the institution will commercialize its scientific research to accomplish the desired win-win partnership. In this paper, university-enterprise cooperation serves as the context for a review of the impact of various factors on the innovation performance of university-enterprise collaboration. The review is divided into three aspects: cooperation network structure, spatial geography, and social factors. The inadequacy of engineering students’ professional characteristics and technical abilities to match work requirements is a significant issue. For this reason, universities and universities are actively studying and revising the present people training model to discover solutions to an issue in which the university-enterprise partnership model is growing in popularity. University enterprise collaboration method may meet the purpose of staff training, increase the vitality and strength of operating universities, and raise the level and quality of operating universities and education. Simultaneously, it will help satisfy the demands of social and economic growth, supply firms with high-quality resources, and address the issue of engineering student employment in universities. The inadequacy of engineering students’ professional characteristics and technical abilities to match work requirements is a significant issue. For this reason, universities and universities are actively studying and revising the present people training model to discover solutions to an issue in which the university-enterprise partnership model is growing in popularity. University enterprise collaboration method may meet the purpose of staff training, increase the vitality and strength of operating universities, and raise the level and quality of operating universities and education. Simultaneously, it will help satisfy the demands of social and economic growth, supply firms with high-quality resources, and address the issue of engineering student employment in universities.

Keywords: University-Enterprise Cooperation, Innovation Performance, Influencing Factors, higher education

HOW TO CITE THIS ARTICLE
Šogolj A., Tandir N. (2023). Ways of improving University and Enterprise Cooperation in B&H, MAP Social Sciences, 3(1), 1-10. doi: https://doi.org/10.53880/2744-2454.2023.3.1.1

MAP Social Sciences

Volume 3 / Issue 1

ISSN: 2744-2454/ © The Authors.
Published by MAP - Multidisciplinary Academic Publishing.

Article Submitted: 20 January 2023
Article Accepted: 20 February 2023
Article Published: 22 February 2023


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.53880/2744-2454.2023.3.1.1

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