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VICTOR GUEDEZ

Víctor Guédez is president of CERSE (Consultancy in Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility) and Vice President of the Club of Rome (Venezuela Chapter). He is also a professor in the Master of Corporate Social Responsibility at the University of Barcelona (Spain), as well as a professor in the Specialization in Corporate Social Responsibility at the Metropolitan University, and a professor of the Diploma of Corporate Social Responsibility at the Simón Bolívar University. He is also an academic consultant for the Network of Universities for Corporate Social Responsibility of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and as an external director of the Commercial Communications Liability Committee of Empresas Polar, as well as a member of the Board of Directors. d Bigott Foundation. He was Vice-Academic Rector of the National Open University, Director of the Evaluative Research Project on Distance Education of UNESCO, Consultant of the Regional Center for Higher Education in Latin America and the Caribbean (of UNESCO), Planning Manager of CEPET (Center for Training and Training of Petróleos de Venezuela and its Subsidiaries), Executive Secretary of the “Andrés Bello” Agreement (International intergovernmental organization for cultural, educational, scientific and technological integration of Colombia, Venezuela, Panama, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile , Spain) and Advisor of the International Center of Education and Development (CIED-PDVSA). He has published several books, among which are: “Management, Culture and Education”, “Management Ethics”, “Learning to Undertake”, “Ethics, Politics and Reconciliation”, Ethics and Practice of Corporate Social Responsibility “and” Be reliable Social responsibility and business reputation. Currently, he shares his intellectual and academic work with the practice of consulting in the areas of Management Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility, as well as Values ​​and Organizational Culture.

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