It shows the topics of which we have Seniors willing to become mentors in the research work.
Since the subject is very broad to be able to have knowledge of everything, it is specified in what aspects this knowledge is in a way that allows us to specify and focus the work to be done.
As there are people with other knowledge will be incorporated in the corresponding section.


Considering the complexity of this field of knowledge, the mentors offer their knowledge and experience in aspects that can favor a more concrete approach and at the same time guide the demands made by the students that, logically, have a very broad and generic or overly specific view. It is specified in the following aspects in which they can be accompanied in order to deepen their research work.


This issue both popular and out all media and even proposed school. It involves a process of information and understanding in order to act logically.

World Business:

Normally the knowledge we have about the company can be very general or local residents or for family reasons. Here we propose an analysis of the different aspects involved in this world and its importance, this will be able to better focus the research.


With this issue delves into aspects of training involving the planning of a company.


In all institutions there is a department that aims at planning staff and resources can be company or institution. Profiles work, personal, job, labor rights, necessary training and a world interesting to understand the human side of the company.

(Consulting, Headhunting, Personnel Selection, Training, Temporary Work and Outsourcing)

Business organization. Marketing of Services. Management Control

Industrial Engineer specializing in Industrial Organization

Business Strategy, Management Skills, Supply Chain, Management Control and Business Development. Resolving conflicting business situations,

development of people and teams in companies in different sectors and business activities.


In the business covers logistics management and planning of the activities of purchasing, production, transportation, storing, maintenance, distribution.

Project management: 

Any proposal or project involves a process both at the time that such requests as it should explain the process, resources, calendar, actions and results. Justify everything is done according to the demand that has been done to achieve the project.

Industrial management:

The design of a company must have a series of knowledge in various areas that can guarantee that the conditions of existence of the same can be developed over time. The most important of all is perhaps to determine if the activity carried out can be profitable in different contexts of the economy. In this sense, business management will focus on a development strategy that allows growth based on the results obtained. It implies to consider carefully the different steps that must be carried out from the beginning of an entity of these characteristics in such a way that the exposure is the minimum possible, causing that there are different stages of development depending on the insertion that is achieved in the market . At this point, considering the competition and the demand for a particular good and service will be fundamental, as this circumstance will account for the prices that must be maintained and consequently the costs that can be faced.

Project Management:

Recognize all areas and management processes related to projects in an organization and understand their role and the value they bring from a global perspective.
Identify the key elements to define the general framework of a potential project, develop a complete project plan and apply the processes and techniques necessary to carry out its monitoring, control and closure.

Non profit

A nonprofit organization (also known as a non-business entity is an organization that has been formed by a group of people in order "to pursue a common not-for-profit goal", that is, to pursue a stated goal without the intention of distributing excess revenue to members or leaders. A nonprofit organization is often dedicated to furthering a particular social cause or advocating for a particular point of view. In economic terms, a nonprofit organization uses its surplus revenues to further achieve its purpose or mission, rather than distributing its surplus income to the organization's shareholders (or equivalents) as profit or dividends. This is known as the non-distribution constraint. The decision to adopt a nonprofit legal structure is one that will often have taxation implications, particularly where the nonprofit seeks income tax exemption or charitable status.

National Insurance:

National Insurance (NI) is a system of taxes paid by workers and employers, used primarily to fund state benefits. It was initially a contributory system of insurance against illness and unemployment, and later also provided retirement pensions and other benefits. 

Natural environment

Environmental resource management is the management of the interaction and impact of human societies on the environment. It is not, as the phrase might suggest, the management of the environment itself. Environmental resources management aims to ensure that ecosystem services are protected and maintained for future human generations, and also maintain ecosystem integrity through considering ethical, economic, and scientific (ecological) variables.[1] Environmental resource management tries to identify factors affected by conflicts that rise between meeting needs and protecting resources. It is thus linked to environmental protection, sustainability and integrated landscape management.

Supply Chain:

A supply chain is a system of organizations, people, activities, information, and resources involved in moving a product or service from supplier to customer. Supply chain activities involve the transformation of natural resources, raw materials, and components into a finished product that is delivered to the end customer. In sophisticated supply chain systems, used products may re-enter the supply chain at any point where residual value is recyclable. Supply chains link value chains.

Pharmaceutical industry:

The pharmaceutical industry discovers, develops, produces, and markets drugs or pharmaceutical drugs for use as medications. Pharmaceutical companies may deal in generic or brand medications and medical devices. They are subject to a variety of laws and regulations that govern the patenting, testing, safety, efficacy and marketing of drugs.

Chemical industry projects:

The chemical industry comprises the companies that produce industrial chemicals. Central to the modern world economy, it converts raw materials (oil, natural gas, air, water, metals, and minerals) into more than 70,000 different products.
The plastics industry contains some overlap, as most chemical companies produce plastic as well as other chemicals.

 Administration and business management:

has as a subject of study the topics ranging from the general economy and commercial law, to the main functional areas of business management such as finance, marketing (marketing), human resources, operations, business strategy, etc. and all areas related to administrative science.


Is the social and administrative process through which individuals and groups meet their needs when creating and exchanging goods and services, according to Philip Kotler (considered by some "marketing parent"). 
Marketing, in short, is a process of product planning, pricing, distribution and promotion of goods, services or ideas, and the execution and control of this planning so that the exchange is satisfactory both for the consumer and for the company or organization. Search for consumer satisfaction by combining the following rules or instruments: product, price, distribution and promotion (advertising, direct sales, sales promotion, public relations, propaganda, etc.).


Is an Anglicism used in marketing that refers to the process of making and building a brand (in English, brand equity) through strategic management of the total set of assets linked directly or indirectly to the name and / or symbol (logo) that They identify the brand by influencing the value of the brand, both for the client and for the company that owns the brand.

World trade:

International trade, foreign trade or world trade is defined as the movement of goods and services through different countries and their markets. It is done using foreign currency and is subject to additional regulations established by the participants in the exchange and the governments of their countries of origin. When carrying out international commercial operations, the countries involved benefit from each other by better positioning their products and entering foreign markets.1
The economies of foreign trade are called open economies. This process of external opening began fundamentally in the second half of the 20th century, and dramatically in the 1990s, with the incorporation of the Latin American, East European and East Asian economies. There is a growing interrelation between what happens in international markets and what happens in the economy of a given country Pressure for negotiation Sometimes, as a measure of pressure for negotiation and to enforce agreements when they consider that they have not been fulfilled, workers can go on strike.
Collective bargaining is a particular manifestation of social dialogue and is considered a basic fundamental right that is part of freedom of association. At the international level, it is guaranteed in ILO Convention 98 and 154.

According to what was presented in Cahuc et al. (2014) 2, the importance of collective bargaining is measured through union density (defined as the percentage of employees who are affiliated with a union) and collective bargaining coverage (percentage of employees covered by at agreement). In general, the first is less than the second. The difference between the two rates is explained in most cases by differences in the legal and institutional framework. Indeed, in some countries the agreements reached in collective bargaining apply to all workers equally (regardless of whether they are unionized or not), in those cases lower union density rates are usually seen (as for example in France and Spain) . Meanwhile, in countries such as Australia, New Zealand and the United States, the agreements apply only to unionized workers, which results in a higher union density.

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