Formación para el emprendimiento Caso de estudio Instituto Superior Tecnológico Bolivariano de Tecnología (ITB), EcuadorJournal: Revista Estrategia Organizacional (Vol.9, No. 2)
Publication Date: 2020-08-05
Authors : Roxana Chiquito Mireya Zuñiga Karen Ruiz;
Page : 1-19
Keywords : Training; Skills; Entrepreneurship; Management;
"Introduction: This research is related to the formation of entrepreneurship in Ecuador, taking as a reference a case study of the Instituto Superior Tecnológico Bolivariano de Tecnología. The general conditions to promote entrepreneurship in the country have improved considerably in recent years, there are currently various financing programs for young entrepreneurs at the municipal and national levels. Methodology: There are two aspects relate to the training of the entrepreneur, which are the training for entrepreneurship-life / professional projects, which responds to the self-realization of the human being through the fulfillment of their personal and professional objectives, it is also considered the training for entrepreneurship-education of creativity that relates to the transforming essence of the human being. Results: For the entrepreneurship of the technologist in business administration the modeling of the training process of the entrepreneurial competence is constituted, through three stages: planning of the training for entrepreneurship, formative intervention of entrepreneurship and evaluation of training for entrepreneurship. The development of training for entrepreneurship in its three stages unfolds three dimensions: curricular dimension, extracurricular dimension and the socio-community dimensión. These dimensions cover a path that goes from academic training, to business management modeling. Conclusions: The interrelation of the stages and dimensions of the training process for entrepreneurship allows the formation of the future technologist in business administration for entrepreneurship from the appropriation of entrepreneurship competence."
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