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Implemented projects

International projects
 
E-government services to SMEs in the rural areas in the Baltic Sea region (EGOPRISE)

 

Goal

 

The application of the E-government`s solutions for the public sector in providing services that meet the needs of small and medium-sized business (SMB) in the Baltic Sea region.

 

Objectives

 

  • To improve the adaptation of public sector services to meet the needs of businesses;
  • To promote the regional integration of skilled labour force;
  • To create virtual meeting places for SMEs.

 

Partners

 

4 partners from Germany, Finland and Denmark, 3 partners from Latvia and Estonia respectively, 1 partner from Sweden, and 1 partner from Belarus (detailed list of partners)

 

The representatives of the working group in Lithuania

 

Rokas Bekeris (Project manager)

Aistė Miliūtė

 

Duration

 

2009.09.17 – 2013.03.16

 

More about the Project

 

 
  Project financed by Baltic Sea Region programme
New model of teaching business start up knowledge for adults citizens (NORDPLUS)

 

 

Results

 

The outcome of the project was the training module developed for adults whointend to start their own business or acquire new skills and competences required for the search of job vacacies. The module, depending on the content taught, was developed using the latest teaching methods for adult teaching.

 

Partners

 

Daugavpils University (Latvia),

Economics and Management Institute (Estonia)

 

The working group’s representatives in Lithuania

 

Project manager Dr. Erika Vaiginiene

Project executor Andrius Juškys

Expert Gediminas Varnas

 

Duration

 

May 2014 – December 2014


 
The project was funded by the Nordic Council of Ministers

 

 

 

The project was funded by the Nordic Council of Ministers

Innovation, Creativity and Talent e-training program for ICT SME’s (ICT4SMEs)

 

 INNOVATION, CREATIVITY AND TALENT E-TRAINING PROGRAM FOR ICT SME’S  (ICT4SMES)

 

The aim of the project

 

To develop, implement and evaluate the individualised training programmes targeted at the development of creativity, innovation and talent and coaching skills.

 

Results

 The outcome of the project “ICT4SMEs” was the development and testing of a 7 ECTS-credit distance-learning programme targeted at one of the most promising business sectors, i.e. the information and communication (ICT) companies. Thirty Lithuanian small and medium business representatives working in the field of ICT were given the opportunity to try out a designed programme for free and to apply the obtained knowledge into their businesses. The individuals who successfully completed the training were awarded certificates.

 

Partners

 

ESADECREAPOLIS (Spain),

ESADE Business School (Spain),

Office of the Marshal of the Pomorskie Voivodeship (Poland),

Camrass & Company Ltd (the United Kingdom),

Gdansk University of Technology (Poland).

 

Working group members in Lithuania

 

Project manager: Dr. Erika Vaiginienė

Senior researcher: Dr. Mindaugas Laužikas

Technical staff: Daiva Mažeikaitė

 

Duration

October 2012 – September 2014.

 

 

 

Project financed by Lifelong Learning Programme

 

 
Projects funded by the Research Council of Lithuania
 
 
Preparation of Methodology for Improvement of Creative Business Enterprises

The project in brief

 

Creative industries are considered to be the core of the service economy and are important not only for developing services, but also in the processes of innovation. In accordance with the overall innovation performance indicators, in 2012 Lithuania ranked as 62nd. That means the inefficient use of resources not only for knowledge and technology, but also for the development of creative products. The enhancement of the creation process efficiency is an acute problem not only for Lithuania’s but also for other countries’ enterprises of creative industries. Process analysis and continuous improvement methodologies (TPS, LEAN, TOC, 6 Sigma, etc.), have been created and widely used in manufacturing companies. These methodologies enable manufacturing companies to reduce costs and increase efficiency. These techniques are being adapted also successfully applied to service companies, but the sector of creative industries has its own specifics, the direct application of these techniques can adversely affect the medium needed for creation processes and the quality of creative products. The project involves, having conducting research, to develop methodology for improvement of creative business enterprises which can be applied to both Lithuanian and foreign companies of the creative industries seeking to increase their efficiency and competitiveness.

 

Duration

 

July 2013 – September 2014

 

The project working group

 

The project manager and senior researcher prof. dr. Jūratė Černevičiūtė

Senior researcher assoc. prof. dr. Rolandas Strazdas

Junior researcher Žilvinas Jančoras

 

Project results

 

  1. [STRAZDAS, Rolandas, ČERNEVIČIŪTĖ, Jūratė]. Increasing efficiency in collective creativity  // The XXV ISPIM Conference – Innovation for Sustainable Economy & Society, Dublin, Ireland on 8-11 June 2014. P. 1-13.
     
  2. [ČERNEVIČIŪTĖ, Jūrate, STRAZDAS, Rolandas]. Collective creativity management model for creative enterprises // IEC 2014: The international conference on entrepreurship: conference proceedings, Istanbul, May 15-16, 2014. Istanbul: Istanbul Aydin University. P. 317-326.  ISBN 978-6054303342.
     
  3. [STRAZDAS, Rolandas, ČERNEVIČIŪTĖ, Jūratė]. Verslo procesų identifikavimas kūrybinių industrijų įmonių veiklos tobulinimo kontekste [Business process identification in the context of improvement of creative industries corporate performance] // Tarptautinis verslas: inovacijos, psichologija, ekonomika, 2014, t. 5, Nr.1(8), p.14-26.
     
  4. [STRAZDAS, Rolandas, ČERNEVIČIŪTĖ, Jūratė, JANČORAS, Žilvinas]. Kūrybinio verslo valdymas: procesų tobulinimas: monografija [Creative business management: process improvement: monograph]. Technologija, 2014. 176 p. ISBN 9786090211151.

 

 

Funded by The Lithuanian Research Council (Agreement No. MIP-092/2013)

Dimension of Individuals and Companies Behavioural Finances

The project in brief

 

 

Over the last decade, the global financial and capital markets have undergone very significant changes. Scientists all over the world find that the modern advances have resulted primarily from rapid development of computer technologies and advances in the area of communications. In the conditions of severe competition for investors` funds, both the developed countries and those which only begin to create their capital markets began to rapidly liberalise the legal regulation of securities trade and its supervision. Instead of isolated, closed national capital markets, a single highly integrated capital market has emerged. The project aims to explore the factors which determine the attractiveness and competitiveness of the capital market in Lithuania. The final stage of the project will result in a complex of legal, economic and organisational recommendations that will enhance the attractiveness and competitiveness of the Lithuanian capital market.

 

Duration

 

May 2012 – April 2014

 

The project team

 

Project manager and Senior researcher Dr. Egidijus Bikas

Senior researcher Dr. Daiva Jurevičienė

Researcher Petras Dubinskas

Researcher Lina Novickytė (doctoral student at VU)

Researcher Greta Keliuolytė – Staniulėnienė

 

Project results

  1. [BIKAS, Egidijus, JUREVIČIENĖ, Daiva, DUBINSKAS, Petras, NOVICKYTĖ, Lina].  Behavioural finance: The Emergence and Development TrendsProcedia: social and behavioral sciences. Amsterdam : Elsevier BV. 2013, vol. 82. ISSN 1877-0428. P.870-876.
  2. [JUREVIČIENĖ, Daiva, NOVICKYTĖ, Lina, DUBINSKAS, Petras, KELIUOTYTĖ, Greta]. Personality types of Lithuanian individual investors. // 1st Annual International Interdisciplinary Conference, AIIC 2013, 24-26 April 2013, Azores Islands, Portugal : conference proceedings, Vol. 1 Kocani : European Scientific Institute Publishing, 2013. ISBN 9786084642039. P. 31-40.
  3. [JUREVIČIENĖ, Daiva, BIKAS, Egidijus, KELIUOTYTĖ - STANIULĖNIENĖ, Greta, DUBINSKAS, Petras, NOVICKYTĖ, Lina]. Corporate behavioural finance – the case of Lithuania.  Business, management and education = Verslas vadyba ir studijos, Vilnius: Technika. ISSN 2029-7491. 2013, vol. 11, no 2, p. 333-349. 
  4. [BIKAS, Egidijus, JUREVIČIENĖ, Daiva, NOVICKYTĖ, Lina, KELIUOTYTĖ – STANIULĖNIENĖ, Greta, DUBINSKAS, Petras]. Neprofesionalių investuotojų elgsena finansų rinkose. [Non-professional investors’ behavior in financial markets: study]  Kaunas: Technologija, 2013. 109 p. ISBN 9786090210154. 

Funded by the Research Council of Lithuania (Nr. MIP-007/2012)

Research of attracting investments into Lithuanian capital market

The project in brief

 

Over the last decade, the global financial and capital markets have undergone very significant changes. Scientists all over the world find that the modern advances have resulted primarily from rapid development of computer technologies and advances in the area of communications. In the conditions of severe competition for investors` funds, both the developed countries and those which only begin to create their capital markets began to rapidly liberalise the legal regulation of securities trade and its supervision. Instead of isolated, closed national capital markets, a single highly integrated capital market has emerged. The project aims to explore the factors which determine the attractiveness and competitiveness of the capital market in Lithuania. The final stage of the project will result in a complex of legal, economic and organisational recommendations that will enhance the attractiveness and competitiveness of the Lithuanian capital market.

 

Duration

 

May 2012 – April 2014

 
 

The project team

 

Project manager and Chief researcher Dr. Arvydas Paškevičius

Chief researcher, Academician Habil. Dr. Antanas Buračas

Chief researcher Dr. Stanislava Stungurienė

Researcher dr.LaimutėUrbšienė

Researcher Rima Rubčinskaitė

 

The project results

 

1.      [URBŠIENĖ, Laima, MATVEJEVA, Aliona, STASKEVIČIŪTĖ, Jovita]. The effect of financial system development on economic growth: evidence for Lithuania. Tarptautinis verslas: inovacijos, psichologija, ekonomika. Vilnius: Vilniaus universiteto leidykla. ISSN 2029-5774. 2012, T. 3, Nr. 2(5), P.70-92.

2.      Jasienė, Meilutė,  [PAŠKEVIČIUS Arvydas], Astrauskaitė, Ieva,  Bond Market Analysis: the Main Constraints in the Research of 21st Century.  Business, management and education = Verslas vadyba ir studijos, Vilnius: Technika. ISSN 2029-7491. 2013, vol. 11, no 2, p. 224-240.

3.      [POCIUS Viktoras, STUNGURIENĖ Stanislava, PAŠKEVIČIUS Arvydas]. The Factors of the Attractiveness of the Capital Market of Lithuania. Procedia: social and behavioral sciences Amsterdam: Elsevier BV. ISSN 1877-0428. 2014, vol. 110. P. 1052-1062. ISSN: 1877-0428.

4.       [BURAČAS, Antanas, MATVEJEVA, Aliona, URBŠIENĖ, Laima, ZABINSKAS, Paulius]. Formation and evaluation of financial investments:  impact on growth and optimization. Saarbrücken:  LAP Lambert Academic publishing. ISBN 9783848494408.  172 p.

5.      [POCIUS Viktoras, STUNGURIENĖ Stanislava, PAŠKEVIČIUS Arvydas]. The Factors of the Attractiveness of the Capital Market of Lithuania.   Procedia: social and behavioral sciences Amsterdam: Elsevier BV. ISSN 1877-0428. 2014, vol. 110. P. 1052-1062. ISSN: 1877-0428.

6.      Ieva Astrauskaitė, Arvydas Paškevičius. Competition between banks and bond markets: hardly impacted or softly complemented // 5th International Conference „The Economies of Balkan and Eastern Europe Countries in the changed world“ EBEEC 2013. Istanbul, Turkey May 9-12, 2013. ) p. 1052 – 1062.

7.      [PAŠKEVIČIUS Arvydas]. Strengthening of Lithuanian capital market competitiveness. The 21st Global Finance Conference, March 31-April 2, 2014. JW Marriott Marquis in Dubai, UAE. http://glofin.org/gfc/2014GFC_Program.pdf

 

Funded by the Research Council of Lithuania (Nr. MIP-008/2012)

The dynamics of Entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship in Lithuania 2012–2014

The project in brief

                 

This study aims to analyse the dynamics of entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship in Lithuania within a period of three years, to identify the main macroeconomic factors which influence entrepreneurial and entrepreneurial activities, and to compare Lithuanian and world experience. The three-year research cycle will be based on a conceptual model which integrates entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship research methodologies. The created conceptual model will make it possible compare entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship activities in Lithuania and in other countries around the world. The entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship problems and potential opportunities for the Lithuanian population will acquire a greater clarity in the global context, whereas the review of the processes of globalisation will make it possible to position the Lithuanian individuals involved in entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship processes on a global scale. Based on the findings of the research, recommendations will be provided to promote entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship in Lithuania.

 

Duration

 

March 2012 – December 2014

 

The project team

 

Project manager and Senior researcher Dr. Mindaugas Laužikas

Senior researcher Dr. Erika Vaiginienė

Senior researcher Dr. Vykinta Rosinaitė

Researcher Aistė Miliūtė

Junior Researcher Skaistė Batulevičiūtė

 

Project results

 

  1. Laužikas, Mindaugas, Vaiginienė, Erika, Miliūtė, Aistė, Varnienė, Skaistė, Dailydaitė, Simona, Jakimavičius, Tomas. Lietuvos verslumo stebėsenos tyrimo rezultatai: 2012. Studija. [Lithuanian Entrepreneurship Monitor survey: 2012, Study]. Vilnius: Vilniaus universiteto Tarptautinio verslo mokykla, 2013. ISSN 2335-2051. 69 p.
     
  2. Laužikas, Mindaugas, Mokšeckienė, Rasa. The role of creativity in sustainable business. (http://jssidoi.org/dok/ENTREPRENEURSHIP%20/2013%20Vol1%20No%201/Lauzikas%20Mokseckiene2013%20%20%281%202%29%281%29.pdf ) Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues. Vilnius: Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Center. ISSN 2345-0282. 2013, Vol. 1(1). P. 10-22
     
  3. Laužikas, Mindaugas, Mokšeckienė, Rasa. The Role of Culture on Entrepreneurship in Lithuania.(http://www.su.lt/bylos/mokslo_leidiniai/soc_tyrimai/2013_31/lauzikas_mokseckiene.pdfSocialiniai tyrimai / Social Research. Šiauliai: VšĮ Šiaulių universiteto leidykla, 2013. Nr. 2 (31), ISSN 1392-3110. P. 55-69. 

 

  1. Laužikas, Mindaugas, Vaiginienė, Erika, Miliūtė, Aistė, Batulevičiūtė, Skaistė, Rosinaitė, Vikinta.Intraprenership as a precondition for entrepreneurship: conceptual considerations (http://emab2012.teicrete.gr/images/documents/profin.pdf#page=1810)  
    // Building New Business Models For Success Through Competitiveness and Responsibility: 5th EMRBI Conference. EuroMed Press, 2012. ISBN: 978-9963-711-07-9. P. 1810-1811.

 

  1. Laužikas, Mindaugas, Vaiginienė, Erika, Rosinaitė, Vikinta Miliūtė, Aistė, Batulevičiūtė, Skaistė, Dailydaitė, Simona. The role of cultural and social norms on intrapreneurship in Lithuania (http://emrbi.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/euromed-6-2013.pdf#page=1359 // Confronting Contemporary Business Challenges through Management Innovation: 6th EMRBI Conference. EuroMed Press, 2013. ISBN: 978-9963-711-16-1. P. 1359-1380.

 

  1. Laužikas, Mindaugas, Vaiginienė, Erika, Miliūtė, Aistė, Varnienė, Skaistė, Jakimavičius, Tomas. Impacts of the fair  of failure on the Dynamics of entrepreneurship in CEEC belonging to the EU since 2004 (http://media.wix.com/ugd/390e49_7ecf5231f8c34317904e1e4cd339f1af.pdf#page=867 )// The Future of Entrepreneurship: 7th EMRBI Conference. EuroMed Press, 2014. ISBN: 978-9963-711-27-7. P. 867-887
     
  2. Laužikas, Mindaugas,  Dailydaitė, Simona. Impacts of social capital on transformation from efficiency to innovation-driven business. (http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.3846/16111699.2012.754374 ) Journal of Business Economics and Management, 2015, Volume 16(1): p. 37–51.

 

  1. Laužikas, Mindaugas, Vaiginienė, Erika, Miliūtė, Aistė, Varnienė, Skaistė, Dailydaitė, Simona, Grybauskienė, Milita, Užkuraitė, Austėja. Lietuvos verslumo stebėsenos tyrimo rezultatai: 2013. Studija. [Lithuanian Entrepreneurship Monitor survey: 2013, Study]. Vilnius: Vilniaus universiteto Tarptautinio verslo mokykla, 2014. ISSN 2335-2051. 89 p.
     
  2. Mindaugas Laužikas,  Erika Vaiginienė, Aistė Miliūtė, Skaistė Varnienė. Verslumo dinamikos ir verslo plėtros tvarumo užtikrinimas diegiant inovacijas: monografija.[The assurance of sustainability of the dynamics of entrepreneurship and business development introducing innovations: monograph] 2015, 255 p. [rankraštis]

 

Funded by the Research Council of Lithuania (Nr. MIP-009/2012)

Postdoctoral sabbatical: THE CREATION OF A SIMULATION MODEL “LIFE CYCLE” FUNDS SYSTEM

 

Supervisor Dr. Teodoras Medaiskis

Researcher Dr. Tadas Gudaitis

 

Duration

 

March 2012 – February 2014 

 

Results

 

[GUDAITIS, Tadas], Gyvenimo ciklo“ ir „gyvenimo stiliaus“ fondų sistemų investavimo strategijų vertinimas privačių antros pakopos pensijų fondų sistemos kontekste [Assessment of “Life Cycle” and “Life Style” funds investment strategies in the context of private 2nd pillar pension funds system].// Practice and research in private and public sector - 2012: international scientific conference: conference proceedings, Vilnius, April 26-27, 2012. Vilnius: Mykolo Romerio universiteto Leidybos centras, 2012. ISSN 2029-7378. p. 406-416.

 

[GUDAITIS, Tadas]. „Gyvenimo ciklo“ fondų investavimo strategijos pritaikymo privačių pensijų fondų sistemoje galimybių vertinimas. [The assessment of possibilities to apply “Life-cycle” funds investment strategy to the private pension system ] Taikomoji ekonomika: sisteminiai tyrimai. Kaunas: Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas. 2012. Vol.6, nr. 1.   ISSN: 1822–7996. P.115-127.

 

[GUDAITIS, Tadas]. Privačių antros pakopos pensijų fondų investicinės veiklos rezultatų Lietuvoje vertinimas. // Ekonomikos vystymasis: procesai ir tendencijos:  II-osios tarptautinės mokslinės - praktinės konferencijos, įvykusios Vilniaus kolegijos ekonomikos fakultete 2013 m.kovo 20 d., Vilnius:

[Evaluation of private second pillar pension fund investment performance in Lithuania. // Economic Development: Trends and Processes: 2nd international scientific - practical conference held in faculty of Economics of Vilnius College on 20 March 2013, Vilnius]: UAB „Ciklonas", 2013. ISBN 978-609-436-019-0. p.65-82.

 

[GUDAITIS, Tadas]. Lietuvoje veikiančių privačių antros pakopos pensijų fondų investicinės veiklos rezultatų analizė. [The analysis of private second pillar pension funds’ investment performance in Lithuania]// Practice and research in private and public sector – 2013: 3rd international scientific conference: conference proceedings, Vilnius, Mykolas Romeris University, April 11-12, 2013. ISSN 2029-7378. p. 203-2015.

 

[GUDAITIS, Tadas], Medaiskis, Teodoras. Was the Participation in Second Pillar Successful in Lithuania? f Athens: 2013.  ATINER`S Conference Paper Series, No: ECO2013-0605. P.5-16.

 

[GUDAITIS Tadas], Medaiskis, Teodoras. Assessing the impact of second pillar component on old age pension in Lithuania. Ekonomika. Vilnius: Vilniaus universitetas. 2013, t. 92, nr. 4.  ISSN 1392-1258 P. 54-72.

 

 [GUDAITIS, Tadas]. „Gyvenimo ciklo“ fondų sistemos simuliacinio modelio sukūrimas ir pritaikymas Lietuvos pensijų kaupimo sistemoje  // Projekto „Podoktorantūros stažuočių įgyvendinimas Lietuvoje“ mokslinių straipsnių rinkinys.  2014. ISBN 978-609- 417-079-9 p.18-22.

 

Maccioni, Fiori, A., [GUDAITIS, Tadas].  Optimal Individual Choice of Contribution to Second Pillar Pension System in Lithuania. CRENoS Working Papers. Cagliari: Crenos. 2014, N.2, P. 1-17.

 

Navickas M.,  [GUDAITIS,  Tadas]., Krajnakova E. Influence of Financial Literacy on Management of Personal Finances in a Young Household.  Business: Theory and Practice / Verslas: Teorija ir Praktika. Vilnius: Vilniaus Gedimino technikos universitetas, 2014, vol. 15(1), P. 32-40. ISSN 1648-0627

 

Funded by the Research Council of Lithuania (in accordance with VP1-3.1-ŠMM-01)

 
Other projects

Commissioned R&D study “Prospective application of the research methodology of the policy of higher education”

The goal of the R&D study was to test the research methodology (hereinafter – Methodology) and to prepare recommendations for its application in the strategic management of the system of studies.

 

Objectives

  • To carry out the analysis of changes in the studies policy in Lithuania in 2009-2011 in the areas of study quality, socio-economic environment, and the management of the study system.
  • To conduct the comparative analysis of the Lithuanian studies policy and the European Higher Education Area (hereinafter – EHEA) as well as the EU strategic provisions; to substantiate the recommendations concerning the instruments of the study policy, and the improvement of its implementation.
  • To substantiate the recommendations of the Methodology application in the strategic management of the studies system.

 

The project team

Senior researcher and Project manager Dr. Erika Vaiginienė

Researcher – expert Rima Rubčinskaitė (Master’s degree)

Chief researcher – expert Dr. Marija Stonkienė

Researcher – expert Dr. Renata Matkevičienė

Researcher – expert Dr. Inga Milišiūnaitė

Chief researcher – expert Dr. Juozas Ruževičius

Senior researcher – expert Dr. Dalius Serafinas

Senior researcher – expert Dr. Daiva Lepaitė

Senior researcher – expert Dr. Tatjana Bulajeva

Senior researcher – expert Dr. Vikinta Rosinaitė

Researcher – expert Dr. Andrius Jaržemskis

Senior researcher – expert Dr. Egidijus Bikas

Senior researcher – expert Dr. Mindaugas Laužikas

Researcher – expert Petras Dubinskas

Researcher – expert Aistė Miliūtė (Master’s degree)

Expert Dr. Göran Melin (Technopolis Group)

Expert Prof. Thomas Heimer (Technopolis Group)

Expert Dr. Florian Berger (Technopolis Group)

Expert Liudvika Leišytė PhD (University of Twente – CHEPS)

 

Project results

 

[VAIGINIENĖ, Erika], Stonkienė, Marija, [JARŽEMSKIS, Andrius] et al. Lietuvos studijų politikos 2009–2011 m. pokyčių kompleksinė analizė: [monografija].  [A complex analysis of the changes in the Lithuanian policy on studies from 2009 through 2011: a monograph]. Vilnius: Mokslo ir studijų stebėsenos ir analizės centras, 2013. 465 p. ISBN 978-9955-9334-0-3.

 [VAIGINIENĖ, Erika], Stonkienė, Marija, Leišytė, Liudvika et al. Lietuvos studijų politikos ir EAME bei Europos Sąjungos strateginių nuostatų lyginamosios analizės ataskaita: studija.  [A report on benchmarking the Lithuanian policy on studies and the strategic provisions of the EHEA and the European Union: a study]. Vilnius: Mokslo ir studijų stebėsenos ir analizės centras, 2013. 373 p. ISBN 978-9955-9334-1-0.

 

Duration

June 2012 – December 2013

Promotion of Creating Innovative Business (INOVEKS)

 

The aim of the project – To enhance high value added business share by promoting the establishment and development of technological and innovative enterprises.

A brief profile of the project:

The project involved teamwork of joint teams consisting of students, doctoral students, young scientists and researchers of various areas and fields of study that were developing the ideas for the establishment and development of new small and medium-sized business entities. VU IBS, PI “Saulėtekio slėnis“ and Vilnius University provided evaluation together and helped in purifying the business ideas. Over the period of project implementation, 9 new technology companies were set up which continue to be provided consulting on the issues of creating prototypes and (or) the models of needed to create products, additional research, business development or to develop high quality investment proposals.

 

Duration:

October 2013  – September 2015

 

Partners:

The project involves15 partners.

VU IBS participates in the project in consortium with Vilnius University and PI “Saulėtekio slėnis“

 

More information on the project is available on the following site:

 

VU IBS project group:

 

Innovation consultant Eigirdas Žemaitis

Market research consultants Aistė Miliūtė, Ingrida Gurskytė

New product creation consultant Jūra Žilytė

 

 

The project is funded by the European Regional Development Fund and the European Social Fund

Upgrade of the VU IBS quality management model and international accreditation

 

Results

 

  • Upgrade of VU IBS internal quality system;
  • The introduction of ISO 14001;
  • IQA CEEMAN accreditation;
  • The introduction of “Full Pricing” system;
  • The introduction of the“Knowledge Transfer” process;
  • The introduction of business acceleration .

 

 

Duration

 

July 2011– May 2015

 

Project leader

 

dr. Erika Vaiginienė

 

 

                   Funded by  European Social Fund


Contacts

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Phone: +370 5 2366898
info@vm.vu.lt

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