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Knowledge Transference and Management Model for MSMEs Through the Pedagogical Strategy of Simulated Companies

  • Sandra Bonilla CelyEmail author
  • Leonor Rojas Marmolejo
  • Victor Hugo Medina García
Conference paper
Part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume 620)

Abstract

This is a model proposal for the improvement and strengthening of the training processes through management strategies and modern pedagogies, which energize and make the learning process more efficient, thus contributing to improve the processes and actions of the Micro, small and medium enterprises ¨MSMEs” of the region supplying their demand for knowledge.

In the research, existent world theories were analyzed related to the management and transference of knowledge as innovative approaches to better the performance and competitiveness supported within the human component as the most valuable resource of the organization. Also, the pedagogical strategy of simulated companies was analyzed as a worldwide experience that can expand the process of comprehensive professional training. The study was implemented in the Centre for Commerce and Services of the Colombian National Learning Service (SENA - Institution for technical training) in Risaralda in order to provide an opportunity to improve the quality of the training imparted by SENA, adding value by stablishing an approximation and a connection with the production environment, where the common and fundamental factor is the transfer of information between different parties.

Keywords

Management Knowledge Transfer Model Pedagogy Didactics Simulated Cybernetics 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Sandra Bonilla Cely
    • 1
    Email author
  • Leonor Rojas Marmolejo
    • 1
  • Victor Hugo Medina García
    • 2
  1. 1.Learning Service SENA RisaraldaPereiraColombia
  2. 2.Universidad Distrital “Francisco José de Caldas”BogotáColombia

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