The MISS project is a Lifelong Learning Program. (formerly Leonardo da Vinci), and co-financed by the Social Fund. European Union, the general objective of which is to facilitate the exchange, sharing and cooperation and mobility between education and training systems European countries participating in the project, so that they can become a quality reference in the world.

This project works along the lines of the Transfer of Innovation, and is managed in Spain through the OAPEE (Organismo Autónomo de European educational programs).


The main objective is to improve the competitiveness and growth of the company. productivity through the transfer of knowledge in the field of Innovation Management for the European business community, through of an innovative teaching and learning methodology and as a consequence:

  • Fostering a culture of innovation in the countries that make up the partnership and to transfer the knowledge and experience among students.
  • Providing the European business fabric with of a network of professionals with the knowledge, skills, and expertise to professional vision necessary to deal with innovation in your business. respective countries.
  • Stimulate the application of methodologies, innovation techniques and specific tools for the innovation management in the business environment.
  • Develop tools for innovative training based on new information and communication technologies communication and new learning methodologies.

Knowledge Transfer

Knowledge transfer has several aspects in this project:

  • on the one hand, a direct transfer between the project partners and between the professionals who will receive the training in innovation management will be addressed.
  • On the other hand and during the on-line training, a collaborative transfer will be carried out from the exchange of experiences, knowledge and particular situations of each of the professionals during their trajectory from each of the participating countries.
  • Finally, the indirect transfer, the knowledge will be transferred and implemented to the rest of the workers of each participating company.


Final results of the project:

  • Development of a transfer action in a training context under a C-learning methodology and in an Open Source and Open Source platform to facilitate the access to the without any type of license or cost for the student.
  • New pedagogical methodology based on e-learning and collaborative learning.
  • Compendium of Innovation Transfer.
  • Dissemination and transfer of innovation in all professional, business and teaching environments, and public entities of the need to promote the development of the innovation and the promotion of R&D+i as a strategy for competitiveness and development.
  • Development of three didactic guides for work within the c-learning environment.
  • 4 Dissemination seminars to be held in each of the consortium countries
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