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Title: Inclusión social de la población vulnerable del Centro de Medellín a través de la Biblioteca EPM
Authors: Ríos Zuluaga, María Alejandra
Villegas Salazar, Juliana
Adviser: Marín Correa, Andrés Mauricio
Keywords: Organización e industria;Integración social;Política social;Responsabilidad social de la empresa;Biblioteca epm;Índice de desarrollo humano;Inclusión social;Inclusión digital;Organization and industry;Social integration;Social policy;Epm library;Entrepreneurial social commitment;Index of human development;Social appropriation of knowledge;Social inclusion;Digital inclusion;Corporate social responsibility
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Universidad EIA
Abstract: El presente trabajo propone un análisis basado en el estudio de percepción e identificación de población vulnerable; plantea posteriormente un panorama de sus servicios y programas, y los compara sobre los criterios de gestión y oferta, a través de la metodología del benchmarking, con dos bibliotecas seleccionadas por su trayectoria, su carácter público y su trabajo con población vulnerable: la Biblioteca Pública Piloto y la Biblioteca Héctor González Mejía de Comfenalco.
Abstract (English): Social entrepreneurial commitment understood as the generation of value for the interested arties has been included in the policies of public and private companies around the world, in the last ears. EPM is a special case in Colombia. EPM is an entrepreneurial group which provides energy, gas, water, and telecommunication services, and which socially responsible entrepreneurial acting has an ethical base on the recognition impacts, and decisions it has on interested groups. Motivations and supports of this entrepreneurial group for its social entrepreneurial commitment are its corporate purpose, its values, acknowledgment of its relations, corporate government, sustainability purpose, growth strategy, index of human development, and the millennium goals, from which EPM develops important projects supported on life expectancy, (provision of housing, risk mitigation brigades); material wellbeing (Illuminated Antioquia, energy for the return, social financing, pre-paid energy) and access to knowledge (education programs, EPM Foundation, and EPM library).
Description: 118 páginas
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11190/1543
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