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La gestión humana en Colombia: características y tendencias de la práctica y de la investigación

  • GREGORIO CALDERÓN HERNÁNDEZ

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  • JULIA CLEMENCIA NARANJO VALENCIA

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  • CLAUDIA MILENA ÁLVAREZ GIRALDO

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El presente estudio de revisión abordade manera sintética las relacionesentre la modernización empresarialy la gestión humana en el país, sedescriben las características de lasáreas de gestión humana y de lasprácticas de recursos humanos, serealiza una descripción del mercadolaboral y las relaciones laborales enconcordancia con la gestión de losrecursos humanos, y por último seaborda la generación de conocimientoen Colombia, considerando las tresperspectivas más sobresalientes: lasociológica, la humanística y la estratégica,siendo desde esta últimade donde se vincula el área de gestiónhumana y sus prácticas al logro deobjetivos y metas estratégicas de laorganización, en consideración de susactivos intangibles como fuente deventaja competitiva sostenible.

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Volume (Year): (2007)
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