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Licenciada em Estudos Europeus - Inglês / Alemão e Mestre em Sociologia, graus obtidos pela Faculdade de Letras da Universidade do Porto em 2005 e 2008, respetivamente, integra a equipa de consultoria do Centro de Inovação, Empreendedorismo e Tecnologia (CITE) desde a génese deste Centro de I&D do INESC TEC e desde 2015, a equipa da Enterprise Europe Network no INESC TEC, prestando serviços de aconselhamento especializado a empresas inovadoras com vocação internacional. Key Account Manager de várias empresas portuguesas com projetos financiados ao abrigo do H2020 SME Instrument, e Innovation Expert da Network no âmbito dos Serviços Enhancing Innovation Management Capacities of SMEs, Andreia é ainda a representante nacional no Grupo Setorial do Automóvel, Transportes e Logística daquele rede internacional apoiado pela Comissão Europeia.

Desde 2009, vem desenvolvendo atividade como consultora em vários serviços de implementação e auditoria interna a sistemas de gestão da IDI em empresas portuguesas. Co-autora de vários estudos e artigos sobre inovação e gestão de inovação. Participou na realização de estudos de viabilidade de conceito e de desenvolvimento de modelos de negócio no âmbito de prestaçãoes se serviços a terceiros.

Acumula experiência na elaboração das principais candidaturas bem como na implementação e gestão operacional dos principais projetos do CITE no domínio do empreendedorismo (ex.: Tec-Empreende, Programa de Empreendedorismo Tecnológico; Centro de Excelência para as Indústrias Criativas e Inovação; Enterprise Europe Network; BIP – Business Ignition Programme e IN&OUT – Porto’s Acceleration Programme).

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    03 abril 2006
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2014

Innovation in footwear companies - does it pay off?

Autores
Cardoso, AFSP; Torkkeli, M;

Publicação
Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology

Abstract
Purpose: Low- and medium-technology sectors' (LMTs) role in modern economies has been overshadowed by the argument relating knowledge creation to R&D and thus to high-tech industries. Nevertheless, whereas a broader definition of innovation has enabled LMTs to emerge as innovative environments, a blind reliance on non-R&D-based indicators may be harmful too by neglecting LMTs' contribution to the development of cutting-edge, R&D-based knowledge. This paper aims to provide answers to the following questions: do LMTs innovate? Do they induce high-tech innovations across other sectors? Do networks have an impact on LMTs' innovation commitment? Can LMTs' innovation commitment be related to a better performance? Design/methodology/approach: The research method used in this work was based on a case study approach using in-depth face-to-face interviews with representatives from two footwear companies and one technology supplier. Findings: Collaboration with relevant stakeholders along the footwear value chain proved fundamental to the creation of innovation opportunities for all parties involved. Both footwear companies have embraced innovation strategies, allowing them to take over new functions along the value chain and build successful international paths. These strategies involved active participation in cutting-edge, high-tech knowledge prompting innovation at higher-tech companies too. Research limitations/implications: The paper fails to establish a clear causative relationship between companies' performance and their R&DI commitment. In addition, due to the number of companies involved in the study, the findings cannot be simply extrapolated to the whole Portuguese footwear sector. Originality/value: The paper highlights the commitment to innovation in a traditional sector and explores an underresearched topic - that of LMTs' involvement in R&D activities. © Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

2012

Assessing the contribution of HEIs to the creative economy of regions: The case of the University of Porto

Autores
Alexandra Xavier; Andreia Passos

Publicação
Comunicaçãovol.0

Abstract
The growing importance of the creative industries for the economy of many countries and regions explains the efforts made over the past 15 years by several intergovernmental organizations such as the WIPO, UNCTAD, or UNESCO to develop conceptual and analytical frameworks as means to delimit the creative sector, understand its distinctive modus operandi, estimate its economic and social contribution and support the formulation of related policymaking. Many of the studies produced so far that provide a statistical analysis of the creative industries focus on the assessment of the contribution of those industries to 'output, employment, trade and economic growth' (UNCTAD, 2010: 73). However, to the best of our knowledge, few are the studies that seek to quantitatively estimate the contribution of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) to the development of the creative sector, although it is widely consensual that HEIs play a pivotal role in driving the creative economy forward as 'they are

2011

Designing a Innovation Measurement Tool for the Portuguese Footwear Sector

Autores
Andreia Passos; Alexandra Xavier; Marko Torkkeli

Publicação
in Proceedings of ISPIM 2011 - XXII ISPIM Conference – Sustainability in Innovation: Innovation Management Challenges, Hamburgo, Alemanha

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2010

Does R&D investment pay-off in traditional indiustry: case Portuguese footware

Autores
Andreia Cardoso; Marko Torkkeli

Publicação
ISPIM 2010 - The XXI ISPIM Conference - The Dynamics of Innovation , Bilbao, Spain

Abstract

2008

Nos trilhos da Individualização religiosa: Um estudo de caso sobre duas comunidades religiosas sociologicamente distintas

Autores
Andreia Passos

Publicação
Tese de Mestradovol.0

Abstract