APLICACIÓN DE LA REALIDAD AUMENTADA A LOS PROCEDIMIENTOS ORTODÓNTICOS

  • Adiela Ruiz Gómez Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia
  • Jaime Alberto Paez Paez Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia
  • Jairo Augusto Cortes Mendez Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia
  • Maria Alejandra Gonzales Bernal Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia

Resumen (es_ES)

Una empresa que adopta la gestión del conocimiento en su modelo OSCL garantiza que gana en identidad y en arquitectura empresarial mediante la conducción del flujo organizacional en estados de perturbación o turbulencia, logrando arquetipos de labor disciplinada en estados de movilidad estática o dinámica y orden simple o complejo desde los cuales se valora direcciona y conduce la empresa hacia la cultura del éxito desde el desarrollo de los sujetos hacia y en  el desarrollo empresarial impactando y estimulando el desarrollo social

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Cómo citar
Ruiz Gómez, A., Paez Paez, J. A., Cortes Mendez, J. A., & Gonzales Bernal, M. A. (2015). APLICACIÓN DE LA REALIDAD AUMENTADA A LOS PROCEDIMIENTOS ORTODÓNTICOS. Redes De Ingeniería, 6. https://doi.org/10.14483/2248762X.8720
Publicado: 2015-09-04
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