Event Title

Sustainable Development: A Radically New Approach Needed

Session

Education and Development

Description

An in-depth analysis of the development of the methodology and role of sustainable development in the solution of global problems has revealed that radical changes are needed in the approach currently used in the field of sustainable development. The authors highlight the fact that the exploration of the relationship between future (virtual) needs and present needs, and decisions based on these “recognized” conditions concerning developments are often mistaken. The reason for that is not so much the result of the management of the difficulties (Cone of Uncertainty) involved in the recognition of virtual needs; rather, it arises from the objectivity factor required for the recognition of present needs. Based on theories with regard to the relationship and transformation of effective, virtual and latent needs, the author has developed and will introduce a radically new approach to sustainable development which is based on responsible innovation.

Keywords:

Sustainable development, Virtual social needs, Social capital, Knowledge cells, Responsible innovation, Transformative research driven innovation, Modular innovation

Session Chair

Claire Gordon

Session Co-Chair

Alisa Sadiku

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-437-69-1

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

27-10-2018 9:00 AM

End Date

27-10-2018 10:30 AM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2018.132

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Sustainable Development: A Radically New Approach Needed

Pristina, Kosovo

An in-depth analysis of the development of the methodology and role of sustainable development in the solution of global problems has revealed that radical changes are needed in the approach currently used in the field of sustainable development. The authors highlight the fact that the exploration of the relationship between future (virtual) needs and present needs, and decisions based on these “recognized” conditions concerning developments are often mistaken. The reason for that is not so much the result of the management of the difficulties (Cone of Uncertainty) involved in the recognition of virtual needs; rather, it arises from the objectivity factor required for the recognition of present needs. Based on theories with regard to the relationship and transformation of effective, virtual and latent needs, the author has developed and will introduce a radically new approach to sustainable development which is based on responsible innovation.