Organizaciones inteligentes: evidencia empírica de una organización que aprende en Colombia (Hospital Universitario San Ignacio)

Duque Orozco, Yenni Viviana; Castro García, Andrés Guillermo
April 2012
Universitas Médica;abr-jun2012, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p126
Academic Journal
This article focuses on the importance of connecting both organizational learning as knowledge management from the introduction of practices of management of human resources with a high commitment, so that the management of human resources translates into an improved organizational results. From these ideas seeks to look the Hospital Universitario San Ignacio and how step of red to black with their financial processes, through an innovative comprehensive administrative intervention strategy. An analysis is established through empirical guidelines based on the experience from the addressing of knowledge and human talents. In conclusion the Hospital Universitario San Ignacio has become in a tangible example that a proper administration and a sense of work based on the human talent, and its effectiveness upon the resolution of conflicts, is the way towards a.


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