Mapping: Colombia Innovation and Competitiveness Strategy

The Colombian government in 2011 launched its "guidelines" for a National Innovation and Competitiveness Strategy, including three fundamentals pillars: excellence in science, innovation and entrepreneurial firms and qualified human ressources. Strategy include cross-cutting platforms and a kinf of focusing areas and business sectors.

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Annexe 1.1: Scoping Futures (1/7)

Aims and Objectives

Q1: What are the aims of the study? Please refer to the stated aims in the proposal or the description of the project (website or other presentation). Aims are changes/transformations to be achieved as a result of the study. How would you describe the relevance of the following options to the aims of the study?

Thematic Area Relevance
To transform capacities and skills
As from Programmes for broadening coverage and enhancing quality of education.
To transform strategies and priorities
Emphasizing disjonction leves and coordination of system players
To transform paradigms and current visions
To transform socio-economic and STI systems
For achieving an economic dynamism and high level of welfare
To transform behaviour, attitudes and lifestyles
To transform knowledge-based products and services
* = none/very low
** = low
*** = moderate
**** = high
***** = very high
STI = science, technology and innovation

Q2: What are the objectives of the study? Objectives are desired targets contributing toward the achievement of the aims.

Here you can map up to five project objectives (as they appear in the documents/websites) and use a scale of 1 to 5 to assess the objectives relevancy for EU / Your country.
Relevant for EU / Your country

To train and educate high quality human capital
3 5

To develop relevant science and technology
3 5

To support firms innovation and entrepreneurship
3 4
1 = none/very low
2 = low
3 = moderate
4 = high
5 = very high

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