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Universidades pioneras en la formación profesional de administradores de empresas en Colombia

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resUmenla formación de administradores de empresas en Colombia fue lideradapor universidades que comprendieron la necesidad de formar profesionalespara la conducción de las empresas de los diversos sectores de la economía.la enseñanza partió de cursos para directivos y se llegó a consolidar hastaconstruir planes de estudio estructurados para una formación de carácterprofesional; el proceso se materializó a mediados de la década de 1960.estos planes de estudios fueron organizados por áreas del conocimiento entérminos administrativos, para contribuir en la formación gerencial de lasáreas funcionales de las empresas en los términos del autor henri fayol.los orígenes de la carrera se encuentran estrechamente relacionados con laformación de abogados y economistas, para quienes fueron diseñados losprimeros estudios de administración en Colombia.abstractthe formation of Business administrators in Colombia was led by universitiesthat understood the need to form professionals that were able to conductcompanies in the different sectors of economy. the teachings started withcourses for top executives and it consolidated with the design of structuredstudy plans a professional formation.in the words of the author, henri fayol, the process, materialized in themid-1960´s, and the study plans were organized by the knowledge areasin administrative terms to contribute to the management formation of thecompanies functional areas.the origins of the career are tightly linked to the formation of lawyers andeconomists, for whom the first studies in administration were designed for inColombia.resUmoa formação de administradores de empresas na Colômbia foi liderada poruniversidades que compreenderam a necessidade de formar profissionaispara a condução das empresas dos diversos setores da economia. oaprendizado partiu de cursos para diretores e se chegou a consolidar atéconstruir planos de estudo estruturados para uma formação de carácterprofissional; o processo se materializou a meados da década de 1960. estesplanos de estudos foram organizados por áreas do conhecimento em termosadministrativos, para contribuir na formação gerencial das áreas funcionaisdas empresas nos termos do autor henri fayol. as origens da faculdadeencontram-se estreitamente relacionados com a formação de advogadose economistas, para quem foram desenhados os primeiros estudos deadministração na Colômbia.rÉsUmÉla formation des chefs d´entreprise en Colombie a été menée par lesuniversités qui ont vu la nécessité de former des professionnels pour lagérance des entreprises de divers secteurs de l´économie. l´apprentissagea commencé avec des cours adressés aux gestionnaires puis nous sommesarrivés à la consolidation et création d´un programme structuré pour uneformation de caractère professionnel. le processus c´est matérialisé vers1960. Ces programmes ont été organisés par domaines de connaissanceen termes administratifs, pour aider à la formation de gestion des zonesfonctionnelles de l´entreprise en termes de l´auteur henri fayol. les originesde ces études sont liées à la formation d´avocats et d´économistes qui ontconçu les premiers études en administration en Colombie.

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  • Carlos Hernán Pérez Gómez, 2012. "Universidades pioneras en la formación profesional de administradores de empresas en Colombia," REVISTA CRITERIO LIBRE, UNIVERSIDAD LIBRE - SEDE PRINCIPAL, June.
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    Profesión; administración; derecho; economía; planes de estudio; áreas funcionales.;

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    • I20 - Health, Education, and Welfare - - Education - - - General
    • I21 - Health, Education, and Welfare - - Education - - - Analysis of Education
    • I29 - Health, Education, and Welfare - - Education - - - Other

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