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EMBA 2012 Management & Negocios Equipo N°6

Trabajo Grupal Management & Negocios

Profesor: Andrés Borenstein Ayudante de TP: Grisel Waingortin

Equipo N° 6
Integrantes Ales, Evaristo Belondi, Mariano D’Oliveira Lima, Gabriela Del Frate, María Pía Sánchez, Damián Semegone, Juan Martin

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EMBA 2012 Management & Negocios Equipo N°6

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PRESENTACIÓN DE LA EMPRESA .................................................................................................. 3 ORGANIZACIÓN .................................................................................................................................... 3 CICLO DE DESARROLLO.................................................................................................................... 4 ÁREA BAJO ANÁLISIS. RECOMENDACIONES DE MODIFICACIONES A IMPLEMENTARSE EN LA EMPRESA. .............................................................................................. 5 ESTRUCTURA ORGANIZACIONAL Y CONTROL CORPORATIVO ............................................ 7 TRANSFERENCIA y GESTION DEL CONOCIMIENTO. ................................................................ 8 DESARROLLO DE LA ESTRATEGIA ................................................................................................ 9 DERECHO DE DECISIÓN .................................................................................................................... 9 GESTION de TALENTO. ..................................................................................................................... 10 STAKEHOLDERS ................................................................................................................................ 12 ANEXO ................................................................................................................................................... 14 DECLARACIÓN DE VALORES…...

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