Storytelling, Innovation Games and Future-Based Learning – the participants of a workshop within the project “Women Entrepreneurs” got to know these three methods last Saturday at the university of Jena. CLIC’s Tim Mosig travelled to Jena to teach the entrepreneurs from various business sectors how they can profit from these innovative approaches in creating new ideas and optimizing their business processes.

The workshop was an excellent opportunity to disseminate the knowledge acquired in the EU-funded TACIT project and to transfer it to new user groups. TACIT is now in its third and final year. More transfer activities will follow, such as a PhD Summer School which will take place in Aachen this June.

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