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Laboratorios de Innovación Pública y Social: diferencias y similitudes

dc.contributor.advisorSerrano Cárdenas, Lizeth Fernanda
dc.creatorCorrales Benavides, Natalia Carolina
dc.creator.degreeAdministrador de Negocios Internacionalesspa
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dc.date.accessioned2023-06-29T18:16:31Z
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dc.date.created2023-06-11
dc.descriptionEn la actualidad, los problemas complejos se empiezan a replantear desde las personas y los escenarios donde se generan. El sector público, el sector privado, la academia y la ciudadanía cada vez son más conscientes del grado de importancia de sinergia en la resolución de estos retos. Los laboratorios se han constituido en escenarios colaborativos para generar propuestas de solución a estos problemas. Son espacios de sinergia entre distintas disciplinas y stakeholders bajo metodologías de experimentación que permiten generar convergencias entre perspectivas de solución heterogéneas. Esta revisión de literatura tiene como propósito conceptualizar los Laboratorios de Innovación Pública y Social como centros de ideación y creación de soluciones a problemáticas, identificar posibles barreras y/o desafíos que enfrentan y reconocer las metodologías que integran en el desarrollo de su ejercicio, esto, con el fin de evidenciar sus diferencias y similitudes contribuyendo a su comprensión y acelerando los procesos de puesta en marcha. La metodología usada en esta revisión fue la de Tranfield (Tranfield et al., 2003). La información se obtuvo de la base de datos multidisciplinar Web of Science, se utilizó el software de codificación de la información NVIVO y se generaron matrices analíticas para sintetizar los hallazgos del ejercicio de revisión. Los resultados evidencian que tanto los laboratorios públicos y sociales enmarcan sus procesos en el trabajo colaborativo y en la incorporación de metodologías relacionadas a la experimentación. Una de las diferencias entre los dos espacios, está relacionado con el tipo de problemas que resuelven y con la financiación que los sostiene. Mientras los laboratorios sociales resuelven problemáticas ligadas a temas de interés social como: pobreza y desigualdad, los laboratorios públicos atienden problemáticas que se necesitan de un compromiso institucional, y, por ende, tienen alta dependencia de las entidades gubernamentales para cumplir sus propósitos. Las limitaciones de esta revisión consisten en una asimetría en la información, en la literatura se ha investigado más a los Policy labs que a los otros laboratorios del sector público.
dc.description.abstractToday, complex problems are beginning to be rethought from the perspective of the people and the scenarios where they are generated. The public sector, the private sector, academia, and citizens are increasingly aware of the importance of synergy in the resolution of these challenges. Laboratories have become collaborative scenarios to generate proper solutions to complex problems. These labs are synergy spaces capable of gathering different stakeholders from distinct disciplines under experimentation methodologies that allow heterogeneous solution perspectives. The purpose of this literature review is to conceptualize Public and Social Innovation Labs as centers of ideation and creation of solutions to problems, to identify possible barriers and/or challenges they face and to recognize the methodologies they integrate in the development of their exercise to highlight their differences and similarities. Contributing to their understanding and accelerating the implementation processes. The methodology used in this review was that of Tranfield (Tranfield et al., 2003). The information was obtained from the Web of Science multidisciplinary database. NVIVO information coding software was used, and analytical matrices were generated to synthesize the findings of the review exercise. The results show that both public and social laboratories frame their processes in collaborative work and in the incorporation of methodologies related to experimentation. One of the differences between the two laboratories is related to the type of problems they solve and the funding that supports them. While social laboratories solve problems linked to issues of social interest such as poverty and inequality, public laboratories address problems that require institutional commitment and, therefore, are highly dependent on governmental entities to fulfill their purposes. The limitations of this review consist of an asymmetry in the information, as Policy labs have been investigated more in the literature than other public sector laboratories.
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dc.subjectLaboratorios de Innovación Pública
dc.subjectLaboratorios de Innovación Social
dc.subjectGov Labs
dc.subjectPolicy Labs
dc.subjectPSI Labs
dc.subject.keywordPublic Innovation Laboratories
dc.subject.keywordSocial Innovation Laboratories
dc.subject.keywordGov Labs
dc.subject.keywordPolicy Labs
dc.subject.keywordPSI Labs
dc.titleLaboratorios de Innovación Pública y Social: diferencias y similitudes
dc.title.TranslatedTitlePublic and Social innovation labs: differences and similarities
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