La Gestión del Conocimiento en las Organizaciones y las Regiones: Una Revisión de la Literatura

  • Omaira Calvo Giraldo Universidad del Cauca
Palabras clave: Gestión del conocimiento, regiones, organizaciones de conocimiento


Este documento, presenta una revisión de la literatura, tomando como eje central la gestión del conocimiento y su desarrollo a nivel empresarial y regional. Esta investigación documental se ha realizado en el marco del proyecto “Red de Formación de Talento Humano para la Innovación Social y Productiva” con el objetivo de ser un referente para la formulación de una maestría en Gestión de Conocimiento y la Innovación en la Universidad del Cauca. En la primera parte se encuentra la conceptualización, los principales enfoques y autores más representativos. La segunda parte presenta la aplicación de la gestión del conocimiento en organizaciones basadas en conocimiento y las principales temáticas asociadas a este campo. Por último, está la gestión de conocimiento en el ámbito regional. Aquí se presentan el rol del conocimiento en el desarrollo regional, los principales modelos de innovación regional y los modelos de la gestión del conocimiento para la gestión en las regiones.


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Biografía del autor/a

Omaira Calvo Giraldo, Universidad del Cauca

Magíster en Estudios Interdisciplinarios del Desarrollo, Universidad del Cauca. Magíster en Emprendimiento y Desarrollo Empresarial, Universidad de Girona. Investigadora de la Universidad del Cauca.


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Cómo citar
Calvo Giraldo, O. (2018). La Gestión del Conocimiento en las Organizaciones y las Regiones: Una Revisión de la Literatura. Tendencias, 19(1), 140-163.