Creative management: Model for the development of entrepreneurial competencies

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A model is presented for developing creative entrepreneurial competences (CEC), which is focused on the formation of creative entrepreneurial and practical skills in a timely manner (Just-in-Time Learning). The proposed model assumes a high level of motivation, deep immersion, and full dedication of individuals and has a cyclical nature throughout their working life (Lifelong Education Cycle). The central figure of the model is an individual who, by choosing an active form of education and following a precise algorithm of actions, can obtain high performance and achieve entrepreneurial success. The formation of an individual’s business consciousness is divided into five stages: UnConscious InCompetence, Conscious InCompetence, Conscious Competence, UnConscious Competence, and the second Conscious InCompetence stage. It is established that the minimum level of creative entrepreneurial competences consists of a combination of basic professional competences, elementary competences of IT&S literacy, and key communicative competences. Furthermore, it is found that an individual’s professionalism will grow until the pace of their learning exceeds the pace of the external environment’s dynamics.

Acknowledgments
This scientific paper is published with support by British Council’s ‘Creative Spark: Higher Education Enterprise Programme’, project № 5742783597 – the ‘National Сentre for Сreative Entrepreneurship Development’ (NCCE) and Kingston University London. English language proof-reading and comments were provided by Dr Martha Mador and Dr Alan Flowers, Kingston University London, UK.

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    • Figure 1. Model for the development of creative entrepreneurial competences (CEC)
    • Figure 2. Toolkit of active forms in the development of creative entrepreneurial competences
    • Figure 3. Interrelationship of processes in the development of creative entrepreneurial competences and self-management of an individual
    • Figure 4. Platform for the development of entrepreneurial competences
    • Table A1. Support programs for entrepreneurs in Ukraine, 2014–2020
    • Conceptualization
      Maksym W. Sitnicki, Alla Stepanova, Vasyl Pryimak, Oksana Zhylinska
    • Data curation
      Maksym W. Sitnicki, Alla Stepanova, Vasyl Pryimak, Oksana Zhylinska
    • Formal Analysis
      Maksym W. Sitnicki, Alla Stepanova, Vasyl Pryimak, Oksana Zhylinska
    • Funding acquisition
      Maksym W. Sitnicki
    • Investigation
      Maksym W. Sitnicki, Alla Stepanova, Vasyl Pryimak, Oksana Zhylinska
    • Methodology
      Maksym W. Sitnicki, Alla Stepanova, Vasyl Pryimak, Oksana Zhylinska
    • Project administration
      Maksym W. Sitnicki
    • Resources
      Maksym W. Sitnicki, Alla Stepanova, Vasyl Pryimak, Oksana Zhylinska
    • Supervision
      Maksym W. Sitnicki, Alla Stepanova, Vasyl Pryimak, Oksana Zhylinska
    • Validation
      Maksym W. Sitnicki, Alla Stepanova, Vasyl Pryimak, Oksana Zhylinska
    • Visualization
      Maksym W. Sitnicki, Alla Stepanova, Vasyl Pryimak, Oksana Zhylinska
    • Writing – original draft
      Maksym W. Sitnicki, Alla Stepanova, Vasyl Pryimak, Oksana Zhylinska
    • Writing – review & editing
      Maksym W. Sitnicki, Alla Stepanova, Vasyl Pryimak, Oksana Zhylinska
    • Software
      Vasyl Pryimak