Volume 1, Issue 3, October 2015, Page: 16-23
Educational Backwardness and Lack of Training, Adverse Factors for the Technology Modernization
Patiño Galván Israel, Division of Public Accounting and Business Management Engineering, Technologic for Higher Studies of Ecatepec, Ecatepec of Morelos, State of Mexico, Mexico
Received: Oct. 18, 2015;       Accepted: Nov. 14, 2015;       Published: Dec. 14, 2015
DOI: 10.11648/j.ijsmit.20150103.11      View  4755      Downloads  139
Abstract
This work aims to diagnose and demonstrate the importance of education and technological training to technologically modernize administrative and operational processes carried out in the local public administration in Mexico, once diagnosed the problem, and is proposed a solution integral. By collecting of information, contextualization of education and local government, make use of scientific methodologies as: indicative, systemic - structural - functional to support this, in addition to field work by surveying the players involved in these processes. This obeys performed investigations in several municipalities of Mexico to successfully implement information technology in processes where the authorities and citizens are involved.
Keywords
Technological Modernization, Education, Training, Integral Solution
To cite this article
Patiño Galván Israel, Educational Backwardness and Lack of Training, Adverse Factors for the Technology Modernization, International Journal of Sustainability Management and Information Technologies. Vol. 1, No. 3, 2015, pp. 16-23. doi: 10.11648/j.ijsmit.20150103.11
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