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La sociedad del conocimiento, el moderno sujeto laboral y el desarrollo de talentos

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  • Cristina Beatríz Minolli

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La idea de progreso es inherente a la especie humana y ha cambiado tanto históricamente como culturalmente. La obtención de riqueza sirve de hilo conductor para analizar a lo largo de los tiempos y a lo ancho de las diferentes culturas cómo diferentes tipos de trabajadores han contribuido al progreso de las organizaciones, amoldándose a los grandes cambios de paradigmas que la evolución de diferentes sistemas de producción generó. El presente trabajo hace entonces el correspondiente recorrido histórico dando cuenta del pasaje de la era agraria a la revolución industrial, de ésta a la sociedad de la información y desembocando finalmente en la actual sociedad del conocimiento y poniendo en relación las características de los distintos sujetos laborales que sirvieron a los diversos paradigmas. Por último hace referencia a la concepción del talento en la sociedad del conocimiento, íntimamente ligado a las especificidades de los trabajadores de las organizaciones siglo XXI

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Paper provided by Universidad del CEMA in its series CEMA Working Papers: Serie Documentos de Trabajo. with number 431.

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Length: 18 pages
Date of creation: Sep 2010
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Handle: RePEc:cem:doctra:431

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Keywords: sujetos laborales; talentos; era agraria; revolución industrial. sociedad de la información; sociedad del conocimiento; riqueza; progreso; trabajo; transgresión.;

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