Innovative Communications Simulator in a Human Park and Vocational Development
Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government,
2021, Volume 27, Issue 3, Pages 890-897
AbstractPark for individual and economic growth is an umbrella for the Social Network for Personal and Career Advancement as part of a potential non-formal eco-entrepreneurship university. Innovative contact simulator with the focus on the excitement of the participants is for: completion of grade management to achieve the project website performance, contains www.recadd.ro guide; evaluating website development; providing feedback on potential alternatives and improving website. Using the EFI ROM method, the following ideas with practical applicability were obtained: use clubs to create project teams that are able to integrate more mature into the wider community; Create a Park for Community Growth and Personal Advancement through the Adaptability Clubs Network for Economic Progress; collaborate with friends; promote the sharing of shared experience; use conventional online practices.
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