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  • Name

    José Carlos Caldeira
  • Role

    Member of the Board of Directors
  • Since

    01st November 1991
  • Contacts

    +351222094141
    jose.caldeira@inesctec.pt
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Publications

2012

SPIN-UP - creating an Entrepreneurship Coaching and Training Program for University Spin-Offs

Authors
Manuel Au-Yong Oliveira; João José Ferreira; Alexandra Xavier; José Carlos Caldeira; Gonçalo Meireles; Milton Sousa; Dariusz Tzmrielak; Sanna Tomperi; Pekka Salmi; Marko Torkkeli; Arthur Tolsma; Qing Ye; Marina van Geenhuizen

Publication
in Proceedings of ECIE 2012 - 7th European Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Santarém, Portugal

Abstract
This SPIN-UP project has been funded with support from the European Commission and is a study involving research performed in 4 countries: Finland, the Netherlands, Poland, and Portugal. The SPIN-UP research question is: What sort of entrepreneurship training and coaching program will contribute to the development of key entrepreneurial skills, both technical and behavioural, essential to enable and leverage university spin-off (USO) growth? The aim of the SPIN-UP study was to picture key entrepreneurial skills and their contribution to the performance of university spin-off firms, as well as missing skills, in order to develop an effective training and coaching program. USO, entrepreneurial firms that bring university knowledge to market, do not traditionally grow very much and we sought to contribute to a countering of this trend. To avoid a large differentiation in firm age, firm age limits were set at 2 years (lower limit) and 10 years (higher limit). 10 years was however used flexibly, particularly in those sectors where development and bringing products to market goes relatively slowly, like in the medical life sciences and material (nano) science (15 years used as the maximum in these cases). The research to date has involved a total of 64 interviews and questionnaires in the four countries mentioned above. The preliminary comparative analysis revealed that the four countries studied show somewhat different skill sets, meaning that we may still be in a World where diff

2005

Gestão de I&D em projectos de desenvolvimento de novos produtos

Authors
Claudia Chituc; José Manuel Mendonça; José Carlos Caldeira

Publication
Comportamento Organizacional e Gestão - ISSN 08729662vol.11, no.2

Abstract

2004

The Role of Strategic Alliances for Sustainable Development - 49 Product Development projects Undertaken in Consortia in Portugal

Authors
Claudia Melania Chituc; José Carlos Caldeira Pinto de Sousa; José Manuel Mendonça

Publication
IAMOT 2004 - IAMOT 2004: 13th International Conference on Management of Technology: New Directions in Technology Management: Changing Collaboration Between Government, Industry and University, Washington DC, USA

Abstract

2004

Crucial Factors for Successful Product Development Innovation Projects

Authors
Claudia Melania Chituc; José Carlos Caldeira Pinto de Sousa; José Manuel Mendonça

Publication
ISPIM 2004 - The XV ISPIM Annual Conference: Successfully Creating Innovative Products and Services: Integrating Academia, Business and Consulting, Oslo, Norway

Abstract

2004

Managing R&D for Successful Product Development Innovation Projects

Authors
Claudia Melania Chituc; José Carlos Caldeira Pinto de Sousa; José Manuel Mendonça

Publication
RADMA 2004 - The R&D Management Conference 2004, Sesimbra, Portugal

Abstract