Regional RIGHT Report on Energy Sector Groningen: WP3 – mapping the skills gap / building a knowledge base

Bas Fokkens, Rob Wolters, Anu Manickam, Harm van Lieshout

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This report consists of two parts and describes the highlights of the investigations carried out in the Province of Groningen as part of the Right Project to understand the Regional Innovation Ecosystem in the region. The first part is focusses on the socio-economic and R&D profile (Part 1A) and a SWOT analysis on salient aspects related to Regional Innovation Ecosystems (Part 1B). The second part (Part 2) focuses on the SME innovation capacity and needs, and presents the highlights of 6 interviews with SMEs in the region. The RIGHT project, an Interreg North Sea Program, will contribute to territorial growth in the North Sea Region by connecting smart specialisation strategies to human capital and the skills of the workforce by defining existing and potential regional growth sectors and sub-sectors.
Originele taal-2English
Plaats van productieGroningen
Aantal pagina's15
StatusPublished - sep 2019

Vingerafdruk

Innovation
Ecosystems
Economics
Energy sector
Knowledge base
Ecosystem
North Sea
Regional innovation
Small and medium-sized enterprises
Socio-economics
Regional growth
SWOT analysis
Human capital
Innovation capacity
Workforce

Keywords

  • energiesector
  • hrm

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