Recent Submissions

  • Creativity and job tension in experiential learning 

    Pablo Roman-Calderon, Juan; Esteban Acevedo-Jaramillo, Manuel; Esteban Escalante, Juan; Arias, Alejandro; Aguilar-Barrientos, Sara; Barbosa, Jaime (IEEE, 2018-01-01)
    This work-in-progress research paper presents a study on employability skills. Employability or soft skills refer to personality traits, attitudes and behavior that are complementary to professional knowledge. These skills ...
  • A model for risk analysis in the process of building a knowledge cluster in Colombia 

    Paniagua, J.V. (2011-01-01)
    In such a competitive world, where companies face new challenges every day, clusters, defined as strategies that dynamize national, regional or world economic growth, have become a space leading to knowledge creation, ...
  • Creativity and job tension in experiential learning 

    Roman-Calderon J.P.; Acevedo-Jaramillo M.E.; Escalante J.E.; Arias A.; Aguilar-Barrientos S.; Barbosa J. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2019-01-01)
    This work-in-progress research paper presents a study on employability skills. Employability or soft skills refer to personality traits, attitudes and behavior that are complementary to professional knowledge. These skills ...
  • Intellectual capital as strategy to develop dynamic smes. a proposal model for Colombian SMEs 

    Murcia-Rivera, Cecilia; Bueno-Campos, Eduardo (ACAD CONFERENCES LTD, 2017-01-01)
    This paper seeks to contribute in the search for mechanisms that support firms in facing the challenges, uncertainty, and turbulence that characterize the markets in which they compete. Specifically, this work focuses on ...
  • Boundary games: A language and intention based framework for boundary critique 

    Velez-Castiblanco, J. (2011-01-01)
    Exploring ways to understand the boundary of a problematic situation is fundamental to intervention. The boundary draws a difference between what is relevant and what is not relevant for the problem situation. In other ...
  • The need for exploring alternatives in systemic intervention: Two "intentional" arguments 

    Vélez-Castiblanco, J. (2009-01-01)
    A recurrent guideline in many of the systems approaches to intervention is the need for exploring different alternatives. This guideline is present despite the different types of tools, the different paradigms or the ...
  • The CAMBRIA case: Learning through experience 

    Escalante, Juan Esteban; Aguilar-Barrientos, Sara (UNIV POLITECNICA VALENCIA, 2017-01-01)
    Experiential learning contributes to the development of thought-related abilities, such as critical thinking and creative thinking. This article evinces the contribution of this theoretical and conceptual proposal through ...
  • The Need for Exploring Alternatives in Systemic Intervention: Two "Intentional" Arguments 

    Velez-Castiblanco, J. (56th Annual Proceedings of ISSS, 2009-01-01)
    A recurrent guideline in many of the systems approaches to intervention is the need for exploring different alternatives. This guideline is present despite the different types of tools, the different paradigms or the ...
  • STRETCHING THE CONCEPT OF BOUNDARY IN BOUNDARY CRITIQUE 

    Velez, Jorge Ivan (56th Annual Proceedings of ISSS, 2012-01-01)
    The way in which boundary is marked around an issue, determines the way in which we understand, approach and intervene in such an issue. Stretching the way in which we understand the concept of boundary can expand our ...
  • Stretching the concept of boundary in boundary critique 

    Velez-Castiblanco, J. (2012-01-01)
    The way in which boundary is marked around an issue, determines the way in which we understand, approach and intervene in such an issue. Stretching the way in which we understand the concept of boundary can expand our ...
  • Methodology for implementing a collective intelligence creation model in business networks 

    Crespo, J.M.; Paniagua, J.A.V. (2012-01-01)
    Implementing KM projects in companies normally aims at achieving better business performance in terms of quality of goods and services, reducing operation costs, improving production processes, optimizing physical resources ...
  • Decision making methodology to support the project implementation of knowledge management in business 

    Paniagua, J.A.V.; Crespo, J.M. (2012-01-01)
    Normally the decision to implement investment projects in companies has an orientation toward a goal: prioritization of technical/financial (profit maximization or cost minimization), although there are other important ...
  • Methodology for Implementing a Collective Intelligence Creation Model in Business Networks 

    Martinez Crespo, Jenny; Vasquez Paniagua, Jose Alfredo (ACAD CONFERENCES LTD, 2012-01-01)
    Implementing KM projects in companies normally aims at achieving better business performance in terms of quality of goods and services, reducing operation costs, improving production processes, optimizing physical resources ...
  • Intention in intervention: A conceptual model 

    Velez-Castiblanco, J. (International Society for the Systems Sciences (ISSS), 2013-01-01)
    Intentions serve multiple roles in human action. They help in making sense of our actions and those of others, and on this basis, coordination is possible. They cause, guide and sustain our actions. Additionally, they are ...