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The purpose of the paper is to identify the key competencies in the public sector in the digital age and to analyze the main challenges facing higher education in the process of training students and practitioners. The issues of the necessary competencies are addressed in a broad framework of interaction between different stakeholders in the proces...
The objective of the paper is to outline adaptable practices for the application of agile principles in higher education, further provoked by the COVID-19 pandemic. In the short term, agility can lead to more effective and creative ways to solve problems caused by environmental uncertainty, but in the medium and long term, it can be the basis for d...
Project management is becoming an increasingly preferred approach in the public and business sectors due to its orientation towards results. But the project management methodology is also evolving. In recent years, its most advanced option is the Agile project management. It emerged in 2001 after a conference in Chicago of software industry profess...
Current paper presents a book review made by Prof. Dr. Margarita Bogdanova on the monograph "Policies and instruments for social development"-an edition of Innovations and Sustainability Academy-Bulgaria authored by Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Natural History Prof. Dr. Eng. Venelin Terziev.
To examine the properties of formal and informal networks, the approaches to their emergence, the forms of interaction within and beyond their conditional boundaries and, on this basis, deriving mental models that reflect the specifics of innovation networks and possible interventions to stimulate their development
Research aim To examine the properties of formal and informal networks, the approaches to their emergence, the forms of interaction within and beyond their conditional boundaries and, on this basis, deriving mental models that reflect the specifics of innovation networks and possible interventions to stimulate their development.