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EGADE Business School Desarrollo de Planes de Negocio y Evaluación de Proyectos Enero – Abril 2011

Dr. Gabriel Barraza Dr. Ernesto Lozano

Mariel Fuentes Ortiz

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A 28 de marzo de 2011. Monterrey, Nuevo León

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ÍNDICE
Definición de objetivos ................................................................................. 3 Información de la empresa ............................................................................. 3 Historia .................................................................................................... 4 Misión ..................................................................................................... 4 Visión ...................................................................................................... 4 Valores ..................................................................................................... 4 Productos y/o servicios ................................................................................ 5
Clasificación de documentos ..........................................................................................................6 Preparación de la información .......................................................................................................6 Digitalización ................................................................................................................................6 Mantenimiento de archivo digital / Control de calidad ...................................................................6 Indexación (Grabación de datos) ...................................................................................................7 Verificación ...................................................................................................................................7 Salida - grabación de…...

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