Valores del capital humano y las competencias del líder que facilitan la implantación de la estrategia organizacional
Beltrán Bermúdez, Claudia
Contreras Ruíz, Claudia
Chipatecua Torres, Nathaly
Obtaining a competitive advantage, development, growth, sustainability, among others, are the issues that organizations look for through defined strategies. However, it is not enough to design the goals and objectives to be achieved, it is necessary to land these goals into action plans and involve all members of the organization, which is achieved through the implementation of strategy. In this sense, the implementation phase of the strategy in an organization gives way to the already established path on the stage of the strategy formulation, therefore, is directly related to its success or failure. However, this process does not depend on a few members of the organization, managers or officials, but depends on good timing and harmony of all who are part of it. The current research, through theoretical and empirical evidence review, seeks to reveal the impact of two key aspects in the organization on the implementation of the strategy on the one hand, leaders, from their interpersonal skills and on the other, human capital from their values. The obtained results show that both the leader competencies and the human capital values are determining for the appropriate implementation of the organizational strategy.