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Promoting leadership and management skills in high-growth firms through the European Structural Funds by Paulina Mucha.

Promoting leadership and management skills in high-growth firms through the European Structural Funds by Paulina Mucha.

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  • 1. 27.06.13Ministerstwo Rozwoju Regionalnego - Promoting leadership and management skillsPromoting leadership and management skills in high-growth firms throughin high-growth firms through the European Structural Fundsthe European Structural Funds - what opportunities?- what opportunities? Paulina Mucha, Department for ESF ManagementPaulina Mucha, Department for ESF Management Ministry of Regional DevelopmentMinistry of Regional Development Warsaw, 6th of May, 2013 r.Warsaw, 6th of May, 2013 r.
  • 2. 27.06.13Ministerstwo Rozwoju Regionalnego - Enterpreneurship in numbersEnterpreneurship in numbers  About 1.7 million comapnies operating in Poland – 99.8% of which are medium and small size companies (they generate 68.1% of total employment and contribute 54% of value added to the Polish economy)  Polish SMEs operate mainly in services and trade (75.8%), construction (13.5%) and processing industry (10.7%)  Compared to the EU average the SME’s sector in Poland is more dominated by microcompanies (96%)  The youngest companies (i.e. established in 2010) represent 12.6% of all business entities while almost 62.2% run business for over 5 years  In 2003-2011 the number of newly established firms was higher than the number of closed ones
  • 3. 27.06.13Ministerstwo Rozwoju Regionalnego - High growth enterprises in Poland =High growth enterprises in Poland = companies generatcompanies generatinging above-average growth in employmentabove-average growth in employment High growth companies Growth companies Stable companies Declining companies Rapid decline companies Source: Central Statistical Office of Poland, Selected Entrepreneurship Indicators , December 2012
  • 4. 27.06.13Ministerstwo Rozwoju Regionalnego - High-growth enterprises – determinants of growthHigh-growth enterprises – determinants of growth External determinants:  Impact of the environement (legal, economic, social, etc.)  Level of education in society (the better educated society the better comanies cope on the market)  Access to financing (the high-grow companies require larger ammounts on investment as it is subject to greater risk) Internal determinants:  Characteristics of the owner (education, personal motivation, ambition)  Efficient management schemes (strategic planning, team management, innovation, internationalisation) ESF project intervention!!!
  • 5. 27.06.13Ministerstwo Rozwoju Regionalnego - Competitiveness of SME’s versus management educationCompetitiveness of SME’s versus management education Source: Educationof employees and competitive position of enterprises,, PARP 2010.
  • 6. 27.06.13Ministerstwo Rozwoju Regionalnego - High-growth enterprises compared to education levelHigh-growth enterprises compared to education level  innovativeness of an enterprise is determined by the level and type of education,  innovativeness of an enterprise is more influenced by the senior management skills and competences than by the junior staff skills Intelligent organisations: • 12% of SMEs in Poland can be named IO, • the knowledge-based management is a crucial factor of company’s strategy, • employees are motivated to be creative and take up initiative in the company, • they are usually selected to a given project, based on their skills and qualifications, • IO are more likely to cooperate with R&D units Source: Intelligent organisations: management of knowledge and competences of employees , PARP 2010, Education of employees and competitive position of enterprises, PARP 2010.
  • 7. 27.06.13Ministerstwo Rozwoju Regionalnego - The ESF projects – what opportunities in 2007-2013?The ESF projects – what opportunities in 2007-2013?  Available support: trainings, counseling, diagnosis of training needs, implemenation of strategic planning, financial assistance for business start- ups: grants, preferential loans, individual development plans)  Total budget: 2,3 billion euro for 2007- 2013 period  217.000 companies and more than 882.000 employees covered by the support (including over 187.000 low qualified workers)  More than 2.700 enterprises covered by the support in the field of anticipation of change and change management
  • 8. 27.06.13Ministerstwo Rozwoju Regionalnego - Specific measures adressed to enterpreneurs under ESF OPSpecific measures adressed to enterpreneurs under ESF OP Priority II (nationwide)  support limited only to SMEs (large comapnies have been excluded under the mid-term review of the ESF OP in 2011/2012)  support focused on selected thematic objectives such as risk management, change management, development of key competencies of workers and enterpreneurs  consultancy for companies in identifying training needs as an obligatory element of each training project  active involvement of entrepreneurs in the implementation of training projects (e.g. through project selection criteria requiring enterprise to be a partner) Priority VIII (regional)  support limited only to SMEs (large comapnies have been excluded under the mid-term review of the ESF OP in 2011/2012)  support focused on current needs of the company, e.g. restructuring support, training for low-skilled workers  consultancy for companies in identifying training needs as an obligatory element of each training project  active involvement of entrepreneurs in the implementation of training projects (e.g. through project selection criteria requiring enterprise to be a partner)
  • 9. 27.06.13Ministerstwo Rozwoju Regionalnego - Success storiesSuccess stories Name of the project: ”Managent skills – strenth of the company” Target group: Micro and small companies form Subcarpathian region (49 persons covered by the support) Main activities: MODULE 1: FUNDAMENTAL MANAGERIAL SKILLS: planning, organizing, management and monitoring MODULE 2: EFFECTIVE TEAMWORK: motivation, situational leadership, efficient teamwork, delegating tasks MODULE 3: PERSONAL MANAGERIAL SKILLS: decision-making, building assertiveness, goal-oriented management, public adresses MODULE 4: LEADERSHIP: vision, strategy, tactics building authority
  • 10. 27.06.13Ministerstwo Rozwoju Regionalnego - What lessons for 2014-2020?What lessons for 2014-2020?  ESF project should better target the high-growth companies (drivers of economic development) e.g. through specific selection criteria, dedicated projects, etc.)  More tailor-made approach is needed (high-growth companies require individualised support adjusted to their specific needs, investing in leadership and management skills)  Investing in efficient education system (curricula on entrepreneurship, building leadership skills, promoting sucess stories, etc.)  Building business-friendly environement (legal, social, economic, cultural, etc.)
  • 11. 27.06.13Ministerstwo Rozwoju Regionalnego - 27.06.13Ministerstwo Rozwoju Regionalnego - Thank you for your attention! Paulina.Mucha@mrr.gov.pl www.efs.gov.pl