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    Bienes comunes, solidaridad y reciclaje: una solución sinérgica en las organizaciones de recicladores de oficio
    (Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas, Administrativas y Contables, Maestría en Economía Solidaria para el Desarrollo Territorial, Bucaramanga, 2022-10-21) Duque Rojas, Amanda Yomaira; Duran Arismendy, Juan Ricardo; Agudelo Zapata, Sergio; Rua Castañeda, Sohely
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    Diseño del proyecto educativo socio - empresarial (PESEM) para la asociación víctimas unidas por el futuro – ASOVIFU del municipio de Villavicencio, Meta
    (Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Maestría en Economía Solidaria para el Desarrollo Territorial, Bucaramanga, 2022-10-19) Farfán Tiuso, Cristián Iván; Rivillas Hernández, Javier Ernesto; Torra Sánchez, Javier; Hernández Pineda, Alexander
    The objective of this monograph is to design the socio-business educational project (PESEM) of the VÍCTIMAS UNIDAS POR EL FUTURO ASSOCIATION – hereinafter ASOVIFU – for the improvement of the processes and procedures of the organization and the satisfaction of the needs and interests of its members. associates, their families and interest groups, efficiently and in pursuit of social and economic well-being; In addition to characterizing ASOVIFU associates, facilitating the collection of statistical and qualitative information on the structure, composition and functioning of the organization, which will allow the implementation of the DOFA matrix for the identification of particular needs for training, education, promotion and technical assistance and in this way design a socio-business educational project (PESEM). The main hypothesis of the research is Can the ASOVIFU Association, through the design of a socio-business educational project (PESEM), improve the processes and procedures of the organization and satisfy the needs and interests of its associates, their families and groups of interest, efficiently and in pursuit of social and economic well-being? The research process began with a search for information on the state of the art that was focused on the collection of documents that would allow establishing a type of characterization of the ASOVIFU and the subject of study around the solidarity and associative economy. Most of the chosen studies were related by the analysis of the solidarity economy and the victims' organizations, since on these it is intended to raise the relevant and necessary characteristics of ASOVIFU in order to fully comply with the object of study proposed here. Likewise, the degree works or monographs aligned to the research were collected. As for the techniques planned within the investigation, in addition to the collection of first-hand academic material, the use of quantitative methods, data tables, graphs and the use of statistics that allow and contribute to explaining the phenomenon raised and the research presented. The research question is answered through a qualitative exploration, which was carried out using a semi-structured interview with representatives of the ASOVIFU Victims Association. Likewise, by means of the quantitative method, the processing of data obtained through an advanced survey of the members of ASOVIFU was carried out.
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    Experiencia piloto modelo para mejorar la gestión de riesgos laborales en cooperativas (MIPYMES) del sector rural
    (Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas, Administrativas y Contables, Maestría en Economía Solidaria para el Desarrollo Territorial, Bucaramanga, 2021) Puerto Ochoa, Martín Emilio; Hernández Pineda, Alexander; Naranjo Muñoz, Omar
    Nowadays, the micro and small cooperatives of the Colombian countryside face many challenges related to occupational risks prevention. Taking this into account, this work describes the development of a pilot experience in a representative rural cooperative. We hope these results may serve as a replicable model in other solidarity economy organizations facing similar problems. The main objective of this work was to improve the Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) management system of said cooperative. We first did a diagnosis which was used to design an improvement plan. Afterwards, next, We implemented the first phase of this plan which was the organization and the starting up of the Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) management system. Finally, We evaluated the results of this implementation, as well as the overall work and We proposed recommendations for future replications. While doing the pilot experiment we could identify the problems these kinds of organizations are facing, regarding the Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) management system, and how improvements could be made. Among the recommendations offered can be highlighted; the possibility of establishing cooperation mechanisms between universities and cooperatives, especially that related to the creation of university occupational risk clinics, a figure established and permitted in the pertinent regulation. On the other hand, the establishment of strategic alliances between the solidarity economy organizations themselves, and of these with the labor risk administrators (ARL), entities that have the obligation to offer support and training to affiliated companies, especially those Due to their size and location, they do not have the resources to adequately carry out the process, nor do they have access to specialized advice.
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    Contexto y desafíos del cooperativismo en el departamento de Putumayo
    (Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas, Administrativas y Contables, Maestría en Economía Solidaria para el Desarrollo Territorial, Bucaramanga, 2022-02-15) Flórez Oliva, Leidy Yamile; Rua Castañeda, Sohely
    In this century, cooperatives play very essential role because they contribute to meeting the objectives of sustainable development, serving as a mechanism to reduce the poverty gaps in the world. Thus, cooperatives from their different activities collectively pursue goods and services to meet the needs of housing, transportation, education, generation of decent employment, savings and financing. Putumayo is a territory with a high indicator of vulnerability and a very low indicator of education. This is why this project has focused on providing a context of the ——-sector ——in order to make it visible to local, national and international unions. In addition, it also provides awareness to the governmental entities of their contribution to the development of the territory. By doing so, it generates awareness of the importance of its promotion and strengthening through the implementation and execution of plans and programs that guarantee the sustainability of the organizations. Therefore, reaching levels of development not only at local, but national and international level; this is a factor that can be favored by the geographical location of the Putumayo department, which can become a strategic point for international business from the cooperative projection
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    Revisión Literaria sobre pobreza, mercado laboral e innovación en el sector rural
    (Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Administrativas, Programa de Economía, Bogotá., 2022-01-28) Mendoza Simbaqueba, Xiomara Jazmín; Llanez Anaya, Helmer Fernando
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    Fortalecimiento y consolidación social y empresarial de la asociación de mujeres cafeteras del occidente del Huila ASMUCAOCC
    (Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas, Administrativas y Contables, Maestría en Economía Solidaria para el Desarrollo Territorial, Bucaramanga, 2022-01-21) Torrente Castro, Willian
    The intervention project seeks to build, in a participatory manner, the process of strengthening and consolidation of the Association of Coffee Growers of the West of Huila (ASMUCAOCC), providing the application of the My.Coop Colombia methodology, from the identification of the improvement needs in its social and business management. ASMUCAOCC is a solidarity economy organization that brings together 269 women coffee growers committed to improving their quality of life from the social and solidarity associative work undertaken from the production and marketing of coffee, as a differentiating product in the farm systems of their associated. For the development of the project, the My.Coop Colombia methodology was applied, which facilitates the improvement of socio-business management in solidarity economy organizations, based on the characterization of the processes carried out by ASMUCAOCC and the results in its social and management management. business, and then plan the implementation of the training and advisory sessions and carry out monitoring and evaluation. The methodology applies four (4) modules with essential elements that tend to improve the management of solidarity economy organizations. its strengthening and consolidation. It is evident that ASMUCAOCC, based on social and business management, has achieved optimal levels of development, placing it in a degree of strengthening and consolidation such that it works with criteria of profitability, efficiency and productivity (social and business), achieving recognition, positioning, autonomy, independence and sustainability in its sector, at the level of its associates and the community, all supported by principles and purposes identified for solidarity economy organizations.
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    Modelo cooperativo para la administración de un mercado publico en la ciudad de Santa marta
    (Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas, Administrativas y Contables, Maestría en Economía Solidaria para el Desarrollo Territorial, Bucaramanga, 2021-11-11) Llath Barrera, Nancy Lucia; Bonilla Gamboa, Nury del Pilar; Rúa Castañeda, Sohely
    This work presents the adaptation of the cooperative management model to the administration of a public market in Colombia. Local distribution markets are a public good and therefore its administration obeys the principle of the general interest. This research seeks to generate a positive synergy between the cooperative model, aimed at solving problems of its associates and their environment, with the interest of environmental, social and economic sustainability of the traditional market of the cities or towns where they are located. An expanded cooperative model is proposed integrating principles and methodologies of the circular economy and the economy of the common good, with the expectation of establishing a balance between the three dimensions of sustainable development: social inclusion, economic development and environmental protection. The economy of the common good is taken as a complementary approach given the nature of the physical space where the market place is developed, which is a property owned by the state and is incorporated into the category of public good, whose fundamental horizon is service to the community on issues such as easy access to food in better conditions, in the sense of food security policy and, on the other hand, also the access of producers to marketing mechanisms Cooperative administration as a delegated model for the administration of market places creates a positive impact on merchants and their environment since the cooperative model is based on values such as cooperation, the common good, commitment among peers, respect and dignity. of all associates.
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    Parámetros estratégicos en la gestión organizacional y su relación con la economía solidaria a través de la metodología Yin. Caso Cootrapeldar.
    (Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas, Administrativas y Contables, Maestría en Economía Solidaria para el Desarrollo Territorial, Bucaramanga., 2021-12-03) Llanez Anaya, Helmer Fernando; Hernández Suárez, Bernardo Antonio; López Dukmak, Floriz
    The purpose of this report is to present the results of a project that, through the application of a case study, formulated the strategic parameters that are considered good practices in the organizational management of the Cootrapeldar. These practices can be documented and implemented as management tools in any organization belonging to the solidarity economy sector. The project begins by carrying out a bibliographic review on different management tools, which are analyzed in a transversal way to validate their application in Cootrapeldar from the perspective of the principles of the solidarity economy. The case study is carried out through the methodology proposed by Yin, where relevant management variables are identified and described in accordance with the principles of solidarity economy, including concepts such as strategic planning, decision-making process, PEST analysis and SWOT matrix. Next, the key success factors, strategic tools and challenges in times of pandemic for the Cootrapeldar organization are described. Finally, a CMI balanced scorecard is designed, applicable to any savings and credit cooperative. One of the most significant results of the research is that the use of the Yin methodology is very useful because it allows to identify good practices that facilitate the organization to achieve its corporate strategy and that can be replicated to other organizations, improve competitiveness and strengthen the solidarity sector.
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    Plan estratégico para el fondo de empleados alimentos la Cali periodo 2021-2025
    (Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas, Administrativas y Contables, Maestría en Economía Solidaria para el Desarrollo Territorial, Bucaramanga.., 2021-11-30) Becerra Romero, Virginia Eufemia
    The Employees Fund of Alimentos La Cali S.A. FONDALCALI, created in 1996. It serves a population of close to 1000 people, of which 32.4% are associated. It currently has 6 direct employees and 2 outsourced. Coverage is nationwide where the binding companies are located. Despite having 25 years in operation, the lack of a strategic plan and loss of associates are evident, indicators that force the organization to redirect, which is why it takes importance as a discipline of Administration sciences, Direction Strategic. The economic system forces them to compete, to gain a space in the market. FONDALCALI aims to transform its management structure as an intelligent organization. The Strategic Planning is: the strategic diagnosis, the strategic direction, the identification of the strategic options and the form of plans, actions, control measures and monitoring. This is absent in the management of FONDALCALI, which is governed, by the decisions of the board of directors, made up of employees lacking adequate solidarity, strategic and administrative training, which makes management difficult. Therefore, the Strategic Directorate is designed whose objective is to prepare the Strategic Plan for the Employees Fund of Alimentos La Cali S.A. for the years 2021-2025. That it complies with the required scopes, for this it is necessary to carry out an internal and external analysis of FONDALCALI through the SWOT matrix. Identify your organizational philosophy and define the Strategic Plan with improvement alternatives for the current situation. The Method is Analytical because a general diagnosis is made of the strategic objectives and the level of apprehension of the FONDALCALI strategic planning to measure the degree of their performance. Managing to identify the Vision, Mission, Corporate Values and Process Management with its indicators, which is the Strategic Plan.
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    Plan de mejoramiento para la sostenibilidad económica de las cooperativas de transporte urbano de santa marta, acorde a los valores y principios solidarios, para mitigar los efectos económicos, post pandemia covid 19.
    (Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas, Administrativas y Contables, Maestría en Economía Solidaria para el Desarrollo Territorial, Bucaramanga., 2021-11-29) Amado Reyes, Anghy Marysol; Ochoa Uribe, Cirly; Angarita Reyna, Fredy
    The Covid 19 pandemic forced the Colombian State to take drastic measures, in order to mitigate the effects on the health of citizens, these measures that contemplated quarantines and restrictions on the mobilization of people caused serious economic problems for the business conglomerate, especially to small companies, which led to a social crisis for the inhabitants. The authorities of the city of Santa Marta, accepting the measures taken at the national level, restricted the mobility of people, which drastically reduced the number of people using urban transport, which is provided by a variety of companies, including cooperatives. Of transport. In this framework, descriptive qualitative research was carried out, through which economic and social effects that the pandemic produced in three cooperatives and the mitigation strategies that were implemented were identified, in order to propose an improvement plan. The field work consisted of conducting semi-structured interviews directed to the managers and associates of the cooperatives, in order to inquire about the effects generated by the Covid 19 pandemic and the actions implemented to mitigate them, as well as about the short-term prospects, medium and long term. The results showed various effects both at an economic and social level in the cooperatives and their associates, as well as the little effectiveness of the strategies that some of them implemented to mitigate such effects. Consequently, it was concluded that it is relevant to propose an improvement plan that contributes to the business strengthening of transport cooperatives, in accordance with the principles of the solidarity economy.