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'MultiCreation' : participatory learning approach for business : academia collaboration

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In today's complex, dynamic, information–rich global society, operating in developing countries requires ingenuity and innovative capacity from all stakeholders, due to limited resources (especially financial), turbulent socio–economic, political and environmental circumstances. Our motivation as relevant participants in the higher educational system is to facilitate students to develop their knowledge, skills and competences for facing business world challenges; be able to take entrepreneurial initiatives; and boost their (self –) confidence. To properly address the multi– dimensional, multi–disciplinary, multi–participant world, we designed our ‘MultiCreation’ teaching/learning approach. Based on the knowledge matrix, we conceptualised, effectuated and validated it in a business–academia collaboration project during a semester as a problem–based, learning by doing, blended learning approach that encompasses complete course content of four classes (Innovation Management, Change Management, Business Planning and Business Communication) and engages students, professors and managers in various roles towards individual and collective progress.
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problem–based learning • participatory learning • the knowledge triangle • business–academia collaboration • multi– disciplinary approach

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Petrevska Nechkoska, Renata, and Monika Angeloska Dichovska. “’MultiCreation’ : Participatory Learning Approach for Business : Academia Collaboration.” Teaching Methods for Economics and Business Sciences, 3rd International Scientific Conference, Boof of Abstracts, edited by Romana Korez Vide, University of Maribor Press, Slovenia, 2019, pp. 13–13.
APA
Petrevska Nechkoska, R., & Angeloska Dichovska, M. (2019). ’MultiCreation’ : participatory learning approach for business : academia collaboration. In R. Korez Vide (Ed.), Teaching Methods for Economics and Business Sciences, 3rd International Scientific Conference, Boof of Abstracts (pp. 13–13). Maribor, Slovenia: University of Maribor Press, Slovenia.
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Petrevska Nechkoska, Renata, and Monika Angeloska Dichovska. 2019. “’MultiCreation’ : Participatory Learning Approach for Business : Academia Collaboration.” In Teaching Methods for Economics and Business Sciences, 3rd International Scientific Conference, Boof of Abstracts, edited by Romana Korez Vide, 13–13. Maribor, Slovenia: University of Maribor Press, Slovenia.
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Petrevska Nechkoska, Renata, and Monika Angeloska Dichovska. 2019. “’MultiCreation’ : Participatory Learning Approach for Business : Academia Collaboration.” In Teaching Methods for Economics and Business Sciences, 3rd International Scientific Conference, Boof of Abstracts, ed by. Romana Korez Vide, 13–13. Maribor, Slovenia: University of Maribor Press, Slovenia.
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Petrevska Nechkoska R, Angeloska Dichovska M. ’MultiCreation’ : participatory learning approach for business : academia collaboration. In: Korez Vide R, editor. Teaching Methods for Economics and Business Sciences, 3rd International Scientific Conference, Boof of Abstracts. Maribor, Slovenia: University of Maribor Press, Slovenia; 2019. p. 13–13.
IEEE
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R. Petrevska Nechkoska and M. Angeloska Dichovska, “’MultiCreation’ : participatory learning approach for business : academia collaboration,” in Teaching Methods for Economics and Business Sciences, 3rd International Scientific Conference, Boof of Abstracts, Maribor, Slovenia, 2019, pp. 13–13.
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  abstract     = {In today's complex, dynamic, information–rich global society, operating in developing countries requires ingenuity and innovative capacity from all stakeholders, due to limited resources (especially financial), turbulent socio–economic, political and environmental circumstances. Our motivation as relevant participants in the higher educational system is to facilitate students to develop their knowledge, skills and competences for facing business world challenges; be able to take entrepreneurial initiatives; and boost their (self –) confidence. To properly address the multi– dimensional, multi–disciplinary, multi–participant world, we designed our ‘MultiCreation’ teaching/learning approach. Based on the knowledge matrix, we conceptualised, effectuated and validated it in a business–academia collaboration project during a semester as a problem–based, learning by doing, blended learning approach that encompasses complete course content of four classes (Innovation Management, Change Management, Business Planning and Business Communication) and engages students, professors and managers in various roles towards individual and collective progress.},
  author       = {Petrevska Nechkoska, Renata and Angeloska Dichovska, Monika},
  booktitle    = {Teaching Methods for Economics and Business Sciences, 3rd International Scientific Conference, Boof of Abstracts},
  editor       = {Korez Vide, Romana},
  isbn         = {9789612862558},
  keywords     = {problem–based learning • participatory learning • the knowledge triangle • business–academia collaboration • multi– disciplinary approach},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Maribor, Slovenia},
  pages        = {13--13},
  publisher    = {University of Maribor Press, Slovenia},
  title        = {'MultiCreation' : participatory learning approach for business : academia collaboration},
  url          = {https://press.um.si/index.php/ump/catalog/view/408/475/742-1},
  year         = {2019},
}