Análisis de la competencia laboral en innovación de la generación "Y" peruana: diseño de un programa de orientación y tutoría en la empresa.

Thesis Subjects > Teaching Ibero-american International University > Research > Doctoral Thesis Cerrado Español La presente tesis doctoral toca un tema de interés no solo para la comunidad científica del mundo educativo, sino también para el mundo laboral, ya que este exige de trabajadores que tengan desarrolladas varias competencias laborales debido a la mecánica cada vez más global e interconectada de los mercados a nivel mundial. Se exigen respuestas rápidas e innovadoras ante situaciones complejas y cambiantes. Consideramos este estudio de gran interés social, laboral y científico por incluir al grupo poblacional denominado la generación “Y”, que poco a poco está ingresando al mundo laboral y a la vez está tomando cargos de responsabilidad en sus centros de trabajo. Nuestra pretensión consiste en investigar como un programa basado en la tutoría y orientación se puede implementar en el ámbito laboral, con la finalidad de mejorar la competencia laboral en innovación de dichos trabajadores. Para ello, revisaremos el estado actual de la cuestión en cuánto a la Generación “Y”, la Tutoría y Orientación en el ámbito laboral y la Innovación como competencia laboral. Esta investigación se desarrolla bajo un diseño no experimental, descriptivo y transversal, utilizando métodos o técnicas de recolección de datos como la encuesta o “survey”, obteniendo datos cualitativos y cuantitativos en relación a las necesidades de desarrollo de la innovación como competencia laboral en los trabajadores de la genera-ción “Y”. Con los datos recopilados, se propone el diseño de un programa de orientación y tutoría que mejore la competencia laboral de la Innovación en los trabajadores de la generación “Y” y de esta forma abrir la posibilidad que la tutoría y orientación ingresen al mundo laboral. Se espera también que los resultados que se vayan obteniendo sean publicados en revistas científicas del rubro de educación para así aumentar el conocimiento en la comunidad científica. metadata Cruz Álvarez, Luis Alonso mail hagen78@hotmail.com (2019) Análisis de la competencia laboral en innovación de la generación "Y" peruana: diseño de un programa de orientación y tutoría en la empresa. Doctoral thesis, Universidad Internacional Iberoamericana México.

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La presente tesis doctoral toca un tema de interés no solo para la comunidad científica del mundo educativo, sino también para el mundo laboral, ya que este exige de trabajadores que tengan desarrolladas varias competencias laborales debido a la mecánica cada vez más global e interconectada de los mercados a nivel mundial. Se exigen respuestas rápidas e innovadoras ante situaciones complejas y cambiantes. Consideramos este estudio de gran interés social, laboral y científico por incluir al grupo poblacional denominado la generación “Y”, que poco a poco está ingresando al mundo laboral y a la vez está tomando cargos de responsabilidad en sus centros de trabajo. Nuestra pretensión consiste en investigar como un programa basado en la tutoría y orientación se puede implementar en el ámbito laboral, con la finalidad de mejorar la competencia laboral en innovación de dichos trabajadores. Para ello, revisaremos el estado actual de la cuestión en cuánto a la Generación “Y”, la Tutoría y Orientación en el ámbito laboral y la Innovación como competencia laboral. Esta investigación se desarrolla bajo un diseño no experimental, descriptivo y transversal, utilizando métodos o técnicas de recolección de datos como la encuesta o “survey”, obteniendo datos cualitativos y cuantitativos en relación a las necesidades de desarrollo de la innovación como competencia laboral en los trabajadores de la genera-ción “Y”. Con los datos recopilados, se propone el diseño de un programa de orientación y tutoría que mejore la competencia laboral de la Innovación en los trabajadores de la generación “Y” y de esta forma abrir la posibilidad que la tutoría y orientación ingresen al mundo laboral. Se espera también que los resultados que se vayan obteniendo sean publicados en revistas científicas del rubro de educación para así aumentar el conocimiento en la comunidad científica.

Item Type: Thesis (Doctoral)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Tutoría, Orientación, Innovación, Competencias, Generación "Y", Millennials
Subjects: Subjects > Teaching
Divisions: Ibero-american International University > Research > Doctoral Thesis
Date Deposited: 21 Mar 2022 23:55
Last Modified: 12 May 2022 23:55
URI: https://repositorio.unini.edu.mx/id/eprint/463

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