The digital transformation verified in the current sociocultural context has influenced social and business development. In this curricular unit, students will deepen the concepts and implications of this phenomenon in terms of digital entrepreneurial ecosystems, innovation, business models and social and business development processes.
Carrilho, T. & Porfírio, J. A. (2015). Conditions for entrepreneurship development in creative industries in Portugal. In N. E. Mastorakis et al (Ed.) Recent Advances on Economics and Business Administration (pp. 23-29). Vienna: WSEAS.
Hassid, J. and Porfírio, J. (Coords.). Hassid, J.; Porfírio, J.; Carrilho, T.; Polemis, M.; Gilabert, E.; Rodriguez-Ardura, Inma (2015). Creative Industries’ Network of Entrepreneurs – Lessons learned from the e-learning Acceleration Program offered in Portugal, Spain and Greece under a Leonardo da Vinci Transfer of Innovation Project. Lisbon: Universidade Aberta.
Osterwalder, Alexander & Pigneur Yves (2011), Criar Modelos de Negócio, Publicações Dom Quixote.
Porfírio, J.; Carrilho, T.; Rimbau-Gilabert, E.; Hassid, J.; Totterdill, P. (Coords.). Porfírio, J.; Carrilho, T.; Gilabert, E. ; Rodriguez-Ardura, I.; Hassid, J. (2015). Case Studies on Entrepreneurship in Creative Industries for Portugal, Spain, Greece and the UK. Lisbon: Universidade Aberta.
Evaluation is made on individual basis and it involves the coexistence of two modes: continuous assessment (60%) and final evaluation (40%). Further information is detailed in the Learning Agreement of the course unit.