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  • 1. KÜME MÜKEMMELİYETİ EĞİTİMİ İZMİR
  • 2. HEDEF KİTLE TEMEL ÖZELLİKLERİ TEMEL EKONOMİ BİLGİSİ ÇOK İYİ DERECEDE İNGİLİZCE İLETİŞİM YETENEĞİ ANALİZ YETENEĞİ GRUP ÇALIŞMASINA YATKINLIK İKNA KABİLİYETİ
  • 3. KONTENJAN 30 KİŞİ
  • 4. ÖNCELİKLENDİRME Metodolojiyi yaygınlaştırma ve sürekli insan kaynağı gelişimi. Küme Yönetimi, Küme Stratejisi Belirleme ve Uygulama, Proje Yönetimi. Bölge Planı, Önceliklendirme, Program Tasarımı, Yatırım Stratejisi ve Güdümlü Proje Desteği. ÜNİVERSİTELER KÜME YÖNETİCİLERİ KALKINMA AJANSI UZMANLARI ve KAMU PERSONELİ ODA, BİRLİK TEMSİLCİLERİ
  • 5. BAŞVURULAR DAVET USULÜ Ön başvuruda bulunmak isteyen konferans katılımcılarımız etkinlik sonrasında standımızda başvuru formlarını doldurabilir.
  • 6. EĞİTİM METODOLOJİSİ TEORİ İLE DESTEKLENEN VAKA BAZLI EĞİTİM.
  • 7. NEDEN VAKA BAZLI EĞİTİM? KATILIMCI MERKEZLİ YAKLAŞIM TARTIŞMA BAZLI EĞİTİM
  • 8. VAKA BAZLI EĞİTİM vs. KLASİK EĞİTİM Gerçek kararlar, gerçek firmalar, gerçek durumlar vs. Teori Yüz yüze tartışma vs. Tartışma yok, sadece monolog Fikirler savunulabilir, başkalarına etki yapılabilir vs. sadece eğiticiden öğrenilebilir Bireyler yok takım söz konusu vs. Birebir bireysel deneyim Başarı ve başarısızlıktan öğrenme vs. Uygulama yok Hatırlaması kolay vs. Unutması kolay Gerçek hayat simülasyonu vs. Gerçek hayat dahil değil, hatta siz de!
  • 9. EĞİTİM SÜRECİ 1. HAFTA Zaman Vaka Konusu Vaka İsmi Birinci Hafta, Şubat 2014 Regional Competitiveness Programs Regional Competitiveness Program in Yorkshire Cluster Initiatives Screening Agro Food Park Cluster Initiatives Screening Heyland Cluster Policy Evaluation ICT in Jutland - Competitiveness Policy in Denmark Clusters Economics California Wine Cluster Clusters Economics Finland and Nokia Clusters Economics Singapur
  • 10. EĞİTİM SÜRECİ 2. HAFTA İkinci Hafta, Mart 2014 Industry Analysis and Segmentation Case INSEAD: The Evolution of the Circus Industry Industry Analysis and Segmentation Montreal Circus Cluster Industry Analysis and Segmentation Ryanair Value Chain Analysis Zara Value Chain Analysis Textile in Catalonia Strategic Analysis in Clusters Ventilation in Boras Strategic Analysis in Clusters Avocado in Valparaiso
  • 11. EĞİTİM SÜRECİ 3. HAFTA Üçüncü Hafta, Nisan 2014 Industry Analysis and Segmentation Antmobel Industry Analysis and Segmentation SEBRAE Minas Gerais Cluster Organization Management Cluster Mobilization in Mitteldeutschland Cluster Organization Management Oil Drilling Cluster in Soderlandet - Developing NODE
  • 12. EĞİTİM SÜRECİ 4. HAFTA Dördüncü Hafta, Mayıs 2014 Change Management The Catalan Leather Industry Change Management Iceland Geothermal Cluster Project Management Clusterland Upper Austria Cluster Policy Evaluation Norwegian Cluster Program Evaluation Continuous Policy Input Continuous Policy Input from Clusters in Catalonia
  • 13. SAHA ÇALIŞMASI 7 AYLIK BİR SÜREÇ
  • 14. MENTORLUK PROGRAMI
  • 15. SERTİFİKASYON
  • 16. FAKÜLTE
  • 17. Antoni Subirà Antoni Subirà is the President of the European Foundation for Cluster excellence. He's a former Minister of Industry, Trade and Tour-ism of the Catalan Government and member of the Parliament of Catalonia. Recently, he became a full-time member of the faculty at IESE Business School, where he had taught in other capacities for many years. He is been Professor at IESE since the early sixties. From 1967 to 1974, he was Director of the MBA program at IESE. He has also served as a consultant for various multinational, and is a board member of several in-vestment funds. He was a member of the Aho Commission appointed by the EU, and presently is Chairman of the Board of Advisors of The Competitiveness Institute and member of the European Cluster Policy Group. He has PhD in Industrial Engineering, Polytechnic University of Catalonia and a M.Sc. in Industrial Management, MIT.
  • 18. Reza Zadeh Reza Zadeh is the Executive Director of the European Foundation for Cluster Excellence and an independent advisor on cluster policy and regional innovation to governmental bodies including the European Commission. He is currently advising the Commission in the development of Smart Specialisation Strategies in Malta and Latvia. He has over 20 years experience of regional innovation and competitiveness policy in a European context, gained at the Welsh Development Agency, UK, where he headed their Technology Programmes, and later, at the RDA, Yorkshire Forward, as their Director of European Innovation. Prior to that, Reza held a number of international roles in telecommunications, aerospace and management consultancy, working in various countries including China, Singapore, Malaysia, France, Belgium and the former East Germany, as well as extensively in the United Kingdom. He is a technologist with a B.Sc. in Systems Engineering and a research degree in Control Systems, both from Leeds, UK. He also holds a joint MBA degree from Cranfield School of Management, UK and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
  • 19. María Luisa Blázquez María Luisa Blázquez is a Strategy and International Business teacher at the Universidad Pontificia Comillas and a Research Associate at the International Center for Competitiveness of the IESE Business School. She conducts strategy and competitiveness projects at IESE, such as the coordination of the Global Competitiveness Report Survey in Spain as a partner of the World Economic Forum, and the Annual Barometer of the Business Climate in Spain. She also teaches strategy and regional competitiveness to regional governments and cluster managers across Europe as part of European Commission projects. Her research areas are strategy, clusters, competitiveness and its implications in different areas, with special emphasis on the European Union and increasing globalization. She has worked as strategic consultant for Arthur D. Little and Gemini consulting. She holds a Ph.D. in Business from the Universidad Pontificia Comillas in Madrid, an MBA degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Boston and Bachelor degrees in both Business and Law from the Universidad Pontificia Comillas in Madrid.
  • 20. Alberto Pezzi Since December 2011, Alberto Pezzi is Outgoing President of the Board of Directors of TCI-The Competitiveness Institute. From October 2009 to December 2011, Alberto was the President of the Board. From 2003 to 2009, Alberto held the position of Secretary of TCI's Board of Directors. He is also the Director of the Analysis and Foresight Unit at the Observatory of Industrial Foresight of the Department of Innovation, Universities and Enterprise of the Catalan Government. Alberto was first employee and first General Manager of TCI - The Competitiveness Institute after its establishment in November 1998. From 2003 to 2009, Alberto had held the position of Secretary of TCI's Board of Directors being in charge of the general management and operations and staff coordination at TCI's office in Barcelona. He has over fifteen years of experience in economic development and clustering initiatives both in the private sector and the public sector. Before joining his current employer he worked for consulting firms like McKinsey and Company and Competitiveness, gaining an extensive experience in strategic consulting and knowledge management. He is the author of different publications on cluster policy and practice and he is regularly invited to give speeches in international forums on issues related to cluster policy and regional competitiveness. Alberto holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the University of Bologna, a Master in Law, Economics and Policy of the EU from the European College of Parma and a Postgraduate Diploma in Economic History and Institutions from the Universitat Autonòma de Barcelona.
  • 21. Werner Pamminger Werner Pamminger is one of the members of the TCI Board of Directors, elected in the last General Assembly meeting, October 2012. An experienced executive and senior consultant, after a couple of years in industry as engineer, Werner is since 2006 general manager of Clusterland Upper Austria Ltd., the Upper Austrian regional development agency for cluster and network management, responsible for 50 employees and an annual budget of about 5 mil €. Werner is an international expert in cluster management and in the plastics industry, and established the Upper Austrian Plastics Cluster in 1999 (a plastic industrial network of about 400 contributing companies).
  • 22. Jorgen Rosted Jørgen Rosted serves as an adviser for Government and private companies. Mr. Rosted served as Director of FORA, an independent research unit under the Danish Ministry for Economic and Business Affairs. He has been one of the most influential policy advisors in Denmark over the last two decades. Mr. Rosted served as Permanent Secretary in the Danish Ministry of Business Affairs and has held a number of leadership positions in the Ministry of Finance, for three years as the Director of the Economic Department.
  • 23. Manuel Fernandez-Grela Manuel Fernandez-Grela holds a Bachelor of Science and Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Santiago de Compostela. His current position is Professor of Economic Analysis in the University of Santiago de Compostela. Between the years 2006-2007 he was international relationships manager in the University of Santiago de Compostela and between 2008 and 2012 he was council member of Spanish Regional Science Association. His research topics are regional development, clusters, and input-output analysis. He also participated in the Course for Trainers of Cluster Management Excellence, organized by European Foundation for Cluster Excellence.
  • 24. Gloria Ferrer Gloria Ferrer is the Programme Coordinator and the international tutor of European Foundation for Cluster Excellence and senior consultant in The Cluster Competitiveness Group. She has experience tutoring teams in Europe and Latin America, in cluster initiatives (field projects) in many different sectors and regions in Spain, Portugal, Colombia, Brasil, Chile, Poland, Bulgaria, Lebanon, Tunis and Morocco. In all these projects she has been transferring the cluster initiative (field project) methodology to the teams by coaching them. She was also involved in the European Cluster Excellence Initiative (ECEI, www.cluster-excellence.eu) as part of the team from the IESE Business School. She is also an ESCA (http://www.cluster-analysis.org/) official expert. Prior that, Gloria gathered her experience in marketing and sales in companies as Sony or the Techfoundries Group. After that, Gloria started out as co-owner of Bitsailing. The experience she collected working in her own company lead her to becoming strategy and business consultant, working with different innovation firms as Flowlab and The Cluster Competitiveness Group. Gloria has an M.Sc in Telecom and Electrical Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia, and a MBA from ESADE Business School in Barcelona, Spain and the Manchester Business School in United Kingdom.
  • 25. Henri Varlet Henri has been tutoring teams in cluster initiatives mainly in France and Brazil. Among other projects, he advised the Brazilian state agency SEBRAE on how to deploy and strengthen the electronics industry in the State of Minas Gerais. He also advised Rhone Alpes Region (France) on how to develop and lock competitive advantages in the field of medical technologies. He has over 10 years of experience working in technology related entrepreneurship and strategy consulting in Europe, North America, and South America. He worked as a senior consultant for Accenture and Deloitte, he worked with a wide range of Fortune 500 firms on business transformation and operational issues. His experience includes extensive work in corporate software technology, online consumer services and business innovation. In parallel to his consulting activity, he has been an active start-up founder, launching in Barcelona, Spain, a web 2.0 search engine nuroa - www.nuroa.es – for which he worked as a Business Development manager.
  • 26. E-LEARNING PLATFORMU
  • 27. ÖN DEĞERLENDİRME ANKETİ
  • 28. TANIMLANMIŞ DERS PROGRAMI ÖRNEĞİ
  • 29. ÖRNEK DERS İÇERİĞİ
  • 30. TEŞEKKÜRLER KÜME YÖNETİCİLERİ İÇİN KAPASİTE GELİŞİMİ PROJESİ ATATÜRK CAD. NO: 382 ALSANCAK İZMİR TEL: + 90 232 488 60 35 FAKS: +90 232 488 61 81 E-Posta: arge@egebirlik.org.tr

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