Retos y desafíos de las actividades productivas en las comunidades indígenas del departamento del Cauca en el marco del posconflictoJournal: Revista Estrategia Organizacional (Vol.8, No. 1)
Publication Date: 2019-05-21
Authors : Marilu Avendaño Avendaño Andrey Eduardo Andrey Eduardo Galvis Pérez Diego Edisson Velasco Hurtado;
Page : 121-146
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The investigation presented in this article identifies the needs or problems in the productive activities of the indigenous communities of the department of Cauca. The description of the state of the art will be made to document the evolution of productive activities stemming from the violence caused by the armed conflict. There is a review and analysis of similar peace processes that have been carried out in other countries of the region that have, in some way, strengthened productive activities. Experts were interviewed who, through different data collection instruments and with the use of prospective tools such as the Delphi Method, allow for the analysis of their perception and vision of the productive, post-conflict activities carried out by the indigenous communities of the department of Cauca; visualising the challenges that the end of the armed conflict in Colombia will bring. The identification of variables for the application of the MICMAC method is performed. Here, key variables will be identified and, through the MACTOR method, the social actors that intervene in the research topic are identified with the purpose of constructing possible scenarios for the indigenous communities of the department of Cauca in terms of their productive activities. A strategic plan is made with its respective action plan which will take into account the strategies, goals, objectives, actors involved and monitoring plan that serves the target population, to face the challenges of the post conflict period in Colombia and contributing to the strengthening of productive activities of the indigenous communities of the department of Cauca.
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