Continuous improvement approach in participatory management.
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Keywords

Participatory management
concerted development plan
continuous improvement

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Carrasco VegaY. L., Carril VerasteguiB. D., Rojas CruzadoE., & Cabanillas NanoS. I. (2022). Continuous improvement approach in participatory management. Universidad Ciencia Y Tecnología, 26(115), 157-163. https://doi.org/10.47460/uct.v26i115.629

Abstract

The general objective of the study was to propose a participatory management model based on the continuous improvement of the coordinated development plan, Condorcanqui province - 2020-2030. The design used was of a positive descriptive category. An experimental, non-probabilistic sample of 40 servers was
used from the province of Condorcanqui. Survey techniques were used and questionnaires were used as a tool; Descriptive statistics are used to process data through SPSS v.25 and Microsoft Excel 2016, which contains functions, formulas, tables, and figures. The results show us a good measure, a similar situation is also found in the aspects of human capacity, sustainable economic production, ecological sustainability, and institutional development, this result is confirmed by obtaining a confidence value of 0.962 of l 'of Cronbach. alpha to achieve the objectives. It concluded that the continuous improvement approach of the
participatory management of the comprehensive development plan, Condorcanqui province - 2020-2030, constitutes a fundamental tool to raise the level of participatory management and the level of democratic governance of the city at the provincial level.

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