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Pillar 3—Operational Activities: Top Operational Activities for the Implementation of the UBC Ecosystem

Davey et al. (2011) identified the following top impactful operational activities for supporting the implementation of UBC ecosystem (arranged by the order of impact):

  • 1. Pillar 3. Operational Activity 1: Collaboration activities facilitating student interaction with industry;
  • 2. Pillar 3. Operational Activity 2: Workshops, information sessions, and forums for UBC/TIKAT targeting academics;
  • 3. Pillar 3. Operational Activity 3: Technology entrepreneurship education offered for students;
  • 4. Pillar 3. Operational Activity 4: Collaboration activities facilitating academics interaction with industry;
  • 5. Pillar 3. Operational Activity 5: Networking sessions and frequency of meetings between academics and industry stakeholders;
  • 6. Pillar 3. Operational Activity 6: Technology entrepreneurship training offered for academics.

Pillar 4—Framework: Top Framework Elements for the Implementation of the UBC Ecosystem

Davey et al. (2011) identified the following top impactful operational activities for supporting implementation of UBC ecosystem (arranged by the order of impact):

  • 1. Pillar 4. Framework 1: Laws/regulations positively supporting UBC (TIKAT);
  • 2. Pillar 4. Framework 2: Laws/regulations allowing movement of staff between the college and industry;
  • 3. Pillar 4. Framework 3: Laws/regulations positively supporting the creation of new technology-based companies and ventures.
 
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