Habilidades emprendedoras: importancia, evolución y sub temas emergentes. Una revisión de literatura

Resumen

El emprendimiento ha sido en los últimos años un pilar para la economía mundial y en este entendido el presente artículo plantea una base conceptual que aborda la temática referente a las habilidades y al emprendimiento, dentro de este estudio se analiza principalmente el concepto del emprendimiento y se identifican algunas habilidades que son necesarias para los emprendedores que pretenden alcanzar objetivos que se fijan desde una etapa temprana. El enfoque de esta investigación es realizar una revisión de literatura sobre la importancia que tiene el fenómeno del emprendimiento, el cual es el propósito central del artículo; de igual manera enfatizar acerca de las habilidades, ya que se convierten en un pilar pertinente dentro de este contexto, porque son una base que permiten abordar posibles problemas permanentes y de magnitudes diferentes que surgen mediante procesos de revoluciones. Para cumplir con esta estructura, se hizo una consulta en Web of Science y posteriormente se hizo una selección de los documentos más importantes a través de la plataforma Tree of Science y, al final, se efectúa un análisis de perspectivas o subtemas que especifican las habilidades emprendedoras. Dentro de los hallazgos se encuentra que el concepto de emprendedores aclara que las habilidades sociales de los empresarios son competencias específicas que ayudan a la interacción y generación de contactos personales de manera socioproductiva con otros individuos. Se concluye que el emprendimiento o espíritu empresarial son un método de acción humana.

Palabras clave: Habilidades emprendedoras; emprendimiento; revisión documental; investigación; estado del arte; habilidades sociales; habilidades emprendedoras en la economía; habilidades equilibradas.

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Carolina Ocampo Sanabria, Universidad Católica Luis Amigó

Es profesional en negocios internacionales de la Universidad Católica Luis Amigó

Yurani López Espitia, Universidad Católica Luis Amigó

Es Administradora de Empresas de la Universidad Nacional de Manizales, Magister en Gerencia de Talento Humano de la Universidad de Manizales y Estudiante de Doctorado en Administración de la Universidad de Manizales cargo: Coordinadora de los programas de Administración de Empresas y Negocios Internacionales de la Universidad Católica Luis Amigó, sede Manizales.

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2020-10-17
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Ocampo Sanabria, C., & López Espitia, Y. (2020). Habilidades emprendedoras: importancia, evolución y sub temas emergentes. Una revisión de literatura. ECONÓMICAS CUC, 42(1). https://doi.org/10.17981/econcuc.42.1.2021.Org.4
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