TITLE

La cultura corporativa como estrategia para la formación de emprendedores del sector social

AUTHOR(S)
Parra, Casilda; Graterol, Aura; Moreno, Fidel
PUB. DATE
September 2009
SOURCE
Revista Daena (International Journal of Good Conscience);2009, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Since the focus of the corporate culture is studied public and private organizations in the social sector in the area of education of the Municipality Valera, Estado Trujillo. The purpose of this research is to demystify the organizational culture than they possess. The methodology is based on the ethnographic method that allows observation and analytical description of the topic under study. The techniques are used to in-depth interview, observation and records. The results of this investigation show that the law is static and does not allow the participation of the actors for the transformation of the social environment in relation to quality of service demanded by users. This situation creates the need for a comprehensive training for entrepreneurs with a social membership in the public and private organizations that provide services of quality, equity and social commitment, from a methodological perspective biocentrism and to create opportunities for participation and leadership critics of new players to take another look for the social management.
ACCESSION #
45453374

 

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