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Pages: 5324-5334
Publication year: 2018
ISBN: 978-84-09-05948-5
ISSN: 2340-1095
doi: 10.21125/iceri.2018.0223

Conference name: 11th annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation
Dates: 12-14 November, 2018
Location: Seville, Spain

USE OF THE "CHESS" MODEL OF CHANGE MANAGEMENT FOR THE TEACHING OF ENGINEERING IN THE POST-CONFLICT IN COLOMBIA

E. Olguin1, L. Valdez2, J. Gutierrez2

1Universidad de Chile (CHILE)
2Fundación Tecnológica Antonio de Arévalo (COLOMBIA)
Colombia has lived a historical process for more than 50 years marked by war, violence and conflict. Nowadays there is living a context of greater tranquility and peace, which brings new challenges for the country in relation to education and the socioeconomic development.

Engineering and education in engineering have at least five relevant roles that may be indispensable in the process of overcoming the historical inequities that are the very basis of the conflict:
1) Generation of organizations, processes and technologies that support social and economic development,
2) Education, training and reconciliation teaching, collaboration and post-conflict in a responsible manner.
3) Place knowledge, technology and solutions of the classrooms and their research teams at the service of the country's challenges.
4) Promotion and innovative use of science and technology.
5) Preparation of engineers capable of take it over and collaborating in this great Colombian´s challenges, generating teaching methodologies whose functionality is parallel to the immediate realities of the different communities, and to the profile of the students own of this century, highly technological and they are parts of a very dynamic world of social networks.

In order to advance, it is necessary that in our faculty makes deep changes in the processes, educational methodologies and projects. Considering the development of new competences, capacities, attitudes and moods. This is a second order transformation that needs to be faced with an adequate change management. For this, a change process is being designed using the "CHESS" model (by the acronym of conscious, holistic, experiential, systemic and sustainable).

We hope with this to adapt as faculty and develop skills in our engineering apprentices, that allow us to make contributions to this new stage of the country, with leadership, entrepreneurship, project management, conflict management, teamwork, promote social and economic inclusion, innovation and, over all build a collaborative society centered on people.

This article discusses how the "CHESS" model of change management allows us to support to the directors and the faculty in this mission.
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E. Olguin, L. Valdez, J. Gutierrez (2018) USE OF THE "CHESS" MODEL OF CHANGE MANAGEMENT FOR THE TEACHING OF ENGINEERING IN THE POST-CONFLICT IN COLOMBIA, ICERI2018 Proceedings, pp. 5324-5334.
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