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Анализ концептуальных теоретических подходов к проблеме организации трансфера технологий в зарубежных университетах

https://doi.org/10.15826/umpa.2021.01.005

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Аннотация

В статье представлен обзор существующих моделей трансфера технологий, в том числе в зарубежных университетах, освещены наиболее релевантные модели, которые могут быть использованы российскими вузами, в том числе в условиях постпандемии COVID-19. Проведенное исследование позволит формирующимся на базе университетов центрам трансфера выбрать наиболее подходящую для их ситуации модель и включить в нее элементы, которые будут способствовать максимизации эффективности их деятельности. Существующие же центры смогут внести изменения в свою деятельность с целью ее актуализации и/или трансформации в соответствии с изменившимися условиями. Также в статье приводятся практические рекомендации для управленческих кадров университета по руководству центрами трансфера технологий. Авторы раскрывают ключевые элементы функционирования различных моделей трансфера технологий, которые могут применяться управленческими кадрами для проектирования центров трансфера технологий на базе российских университетов. Возможно, результатом ознакомления заинтересованных сторон с данным исследованием станет создание и внедрение нормативно-правовых актов, регламентирующих деятельность центров трансфера технологий; формирование кадрового резерва, а также повышение квалификации имеющихся кадров и создание мультикомпетентностных команд; формирование гибкой бюджетной политики, а также политики ценностей, в рамках которой будет функционировать центр трансфера технологий.

Об авторах

Н. Э. Овчинникова

Россия

Овчинникова Наталия Эдуардовна – кандидат экономических  наук, независимый исследователь



Д. Г. Лазаренко
Национальный исследовательский технологический институт «МИСиС»
Россия

Лазаренко Денис Георгиевич – заместитель директора  Института экономики и управления промышленными  предприятиями им. В. А. Роменца

119049, Москва, Ленинский проспект, 4



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Овчинникова Н.Э., Лазаренко Д.Г. Анализ концептуальных теоретических подходов к проблеме организации трансфера технологий в зарубежных университетах. Университетское управление: практика и анализ. 2021;25(1):62-82. https://doi.org/10.15826/umpa.2021.01.005

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Ovchinnikova N.E., Lazarenko D.G. The Analysis of Conceptual Theoretical Approaches to the Problem of Technology Transfer in Foreign Universities. University Management: Practice and Analysis. 2021;25(1):62-82. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.15826/umpa.2021.01.005

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