En el trabajo, se aplica la Tecnología de Integración Estratégica del Sistema de Competencias
de la Organización, en la Empresa Laboratorio Farmacéutico de Sueros y Hemoderivados,
Adalberto Pesant , a partir de la cual se establecen los procedimientos para determinar el Nivel
de Alineación Estratégica del Desempeño Organizacional y el Nivel de Integración Estratégica
del Sistema de Competencias de la Organización para conocer las principales carencias y
reservas de desarrollo en el alcance de la estrategia organizacional. (Diagnóstico del NAEDO y
Con ello se pretende identificar el stock de competencias organizacionales, sobre la base de
sus recursos y en la agregación de valor, para diseñar posteriormente, una arquitectura
estratégica orientada a la adquisición de las competencias organizacionales requeridas para
alinear el desempeño de la organización con el cumplimiento de la misión y alcance de la visión.
En la investigación se establece que la entidad desarrolla la alineación estratégica del
desempeño organizacional, sin embargo no existe integración estratégica en el sistema de
competencias y, finalmente, se identifican las competencias organizacionales que posee y las
que debe potenciar en el diseño de su planeación estratégica, para aprovechar las
oportunidades y minimizar las amenazas del entorno.
Gestión por competencias, competencias organizacionales, dirección estratégica

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