Concept selected: Employee training as an innovation activity
DefinitionEmployee training activities for the use of existing products or business processes, the upgrading of general skills, or language training are not innovation activities. Examples of training as an innovation activity include training personnel to use innovations, such as new software logistical systems or new equipment; and training relevant to the implementation of an innovation, such as instructing personnel or customers on the features of a product innovation. Employee training that is required to develop an innovation, such as training for R&D or for design, are respectively part of R&D activities or part of engineering, design and other creative work.
SourceStatistics on R&D activities and Tecnological innovation in companies survey. Methodology
Statistical operations(enlaces al Inventario de Operaciones Estadísticas)
- 30061 - Technological Innovation in Companies Survey
- 30081 - Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) Sector Indicators
- 30197 - High Technology Indicators
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