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    Bases conceptuales para un análisis crítico del discurso administrativo y económico 

    Botero Cedeño, Eduardo Andrés; botero999@hotmail.com(Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas, Administrativas y Contables, Administración de Empresas, AraucaAraucaCiencia Inclusiva, 2016-04)

    This book is based on the idea of expressing a critical and thoughtful argument in relation to the epistemological principles that have supported progress in the economic and administrative sciences. In this sense, a divergent position is taken regarding the economic dogma represented in doctrinaire liberalism. The argument has been based on denouncing the distinction between an object and subject of knowledge as contrived, understanding, as did Baudrillard, that in the scientific exercise both agents are immersed in a radical equivalence. Methodologically, a hermeneutic exercise was carried out in which the interpretation constituted a transforming translation process, and the interpretative record became the fundamental basis for change. The work has therefore been composed of three interdependent essays, which address the concept of economic rationality, the discourse of productivity, and the implications of entropy for the economic and administrative sciences. The results of this research show the need to undertake an ontological and epistemological shift, both in analytical tools as well as the discursive justification that characterizes these disciplines of knowledge. The shift proposed in the work implies a transformation of economics as a scientific discipline, so that it will not continue to be developed as an epistemological mechanic of a reductive nature.


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    El copoazú y los negocios inclusivos: una estrategia socioeconómica en Florencia, Caquetá (Colombia) 

    Chaparro Orozco, Ángel Alberto; López Rodríguez, Campo Elías; clopezr@ecci.edu.co(Ediciones Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Bogotá, ColombiaExternoLina BlancoCiencia Inclusiva, 2018-01-14)

    Introduction: In recent years, the department of Caquetá in Colombia has been characterized by high rates of poverty, violence and inequality. In addition, this area has been noted for being one of the most affected by the Colombian armed conflict effects. Under these circumstances, the development of a medium-term inclusive business model, from the production and marketing of copoazú in the city of Florencia, Caquetá, could be a positive contribution to mitigate the scourge of violence and reduce poverty rates in the region. Methodology: This research presents a qualitative approach developed through a literature review. Results: The need to propose this model in the region becomes evident. The model emerges from the national government’s support through the policies proposed in the new government plan Todos por un nuevo país 2014-2018 (All united for a new country 2014-2018), created by the presidency. The plan includes issues such as new territories of peace, a socio-economic inclusion agenda, generation of new sectors based on innovation, agriculture and rural development. Conclusions: This research is expected to represent an important contribution for the private sector and its research and development activities in infrastructure, technology and innovation.


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    Pymes, competencias laborales y tic: Competitividad, productividad e innovación organizacional 

    Ortiz Ocaña, Alexander; Cortés Méndez, Jairo Augusto; Páez Páez, Jaime Alberto; alexander.ortizo@campusucc.edu.co; jairo.cortes@campusucc.edu.co; jaime.paez@campusucc.edu.co(Ediciones Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Bogotá, ColombiaExternoCiencia Inclusiva, 2019-10)

    This book takes as its main object of study small and medium enterprises (SMEs), from their competitive, productive and organizational innovation possibilities. This leads us to seek to understand what are the specific needs of this type of companies to be able to face the current market conditions and how they could solve them. This is how it is necessary to understand how the emergence and use of information and communication technologies (ICT) can influence the improvement of different management and production processes within SMEs. But ICT can not only contribute to the improvement of its internal functioning; They are also tools that have proven to be very effective in the promotion, dissemination, and distribution of products and services. Thus, information technologies must be seen as a factor of productivity and competitiveness that, well-focused, can achieve effective positioning. From this derives the need to identify, for SMEs, the labor competencies that must be sought and promoted in their employees, to ensure the success of their objectives, based on their perspectives and possibilities of organizational innovation from a configurational approach. In other words, the idea is to be able to understand how, based on the understanding of their potential, projected and optimized through the use of ICT, SMEs can build a knowledge of themselves that allows them to generate innovative differentiators that ensure their competitiveness. SMEs, job skills and ICT want to show that small and medium enterprises can and should be productive and competitive in the knowledge society. And this is achieved thanks to generating value, originality, creativity, and innovation, which, in turn, must function as the lever and engine of the economic and social development of the nation.