La Oficina de Transferencia de Tecnología (OTT): hacia un modelo viable para las universidades en Marruecos

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Publicado 10-12-2020
Ilham Taouaf Omar Elyoussoufi Attou Said El Ganich Moha Arouch

Resumen

El vínculo entre la empresa y la universidad en Marruecos se posiciona en el marco de lo que comúnmente se conoce como la «tercera misión de la universidad». Esta relación se refiere principalmente a la educación continua, consultoría, investigación y desarrollo colaborativo (I + D) y transferencia de tecnología de la universidad a la empresa. Esta tercera misión ha sido promovida por la universidad mediante el establecimiento de estructuras especializadas tales como interfaces empresariales universitarias, incubadoras y centros de información tecnológica para patentes de invención. Además, las autoridades públicas han promovido varias estrategias y programas de incentivos para la innovación a fin de crear un sistema nacional de innovación en Marruecos. Sin embargo, todos estos esfuerzos no lograron liberar y activar el potencial de las universidades marroquíes. En este trabajo, propondremos una política institucional eficaz y eficiente de Transferencia de Tecnología (TT) respaldada por un repositorio completo relacionado con el establecimiento de la Oficina de Transferencia de Tecnología de la Universidad (UTTO). Esta propuesta complementa el trabajo realizado en un documento anterior, que evalúa las diferentes políticas y programas dentro de las universidades marroquíes, relacionadas con las actividades de TT, y propone una remodelación de la cadena de valor del proceso de transferencia de tecnología en las universidades.

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Taouaf, I., Elyoussoufi Attou, O., El Ganich, S., & Arouch, M. (2020). La Oficina de Transferencia de Tecnología (OTT): hacia un modelo viable para las universidades en Marruecos. Cuadernos De Gestión, 21(2). https://doi.org/10.5295/cdg.191179it
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Innovación, Oficinas de Transferencia de Tecnología, Tercera Misión de la Universidad, Sistema Nacional de Innovación, Marruecos

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