The sustainability of a company is critically linked to its capability to cope with the challenges and continuous changes of today’s markets. This capability is related to the knowledge held at companies, and above all how this knowledge is organized. Hence, knowledge management is a key factor for the success of organizations.
The partners of the Project ‘GARDEN your educational life’ were in Bilbao during 17th and 18th April for the second meeting of the project. Among other activities, workshops for the design and development of the main products of the project were carried out. In addition, Wednesday 18th April, the consortium went to Castro Urdiales, in order to visit the project Environmental reforesting of Cerredo native forest (San Antón y Fuentelateja), developed by the Department of Environment of Castro Urdiales Council.
On the 22nd - 23rd of March (2012) WOMEN IN project partners met for the kick – off meeting in Bilbao. The project meeting was hosted by project promoter – UGT EUSKADI.
During the meeting a close working relationship has been established to optimize information, expertise and innovation capacity in favour of the project outputs.
The main findings of the Desk research “Women in teleworking: EU experience” carried out by the partners in Spain, Austria, Northern Ireland, Greece, Bulgaria and Romania have been shared and discussed, as well as “Telework for the life-work reconciliation of Spanish women” (El teletrabajo en la conciliación de la vida familiar y laboral de las mujeres españolas, ref. TSI-040100-2008-10) – the project to be transferred has been introduced to the project partners by UGT EUSKADI and INVESLAN.
The report on the analysis of concept and situation of the most vulnerable enterprises has been developed within the framework of work package 2 “Analysis of the concept and situation of the most vulnerable enterprises”, aimed to define the most vulnerable enterprises concept, according to common criteria and analyse their situation and context, regarding the current economic crisis. The report comprises 5 national reports of Italy, Greece, Spain, Poland and Romania, with a special focus on identification of the most vulnerable enterprises and the analysis of the current situation.