PROJECTS

Areas of Intervention

The Foundation will allocate human, intellectual, and capital resources to these areas, which have overlaps and points of intersection. All activities will be rooted in ICT culture and experience, serving as the driving force. The identified areas are described in terms of a temporal priority and will be developed from 2024 to 2026 based on resources and capital collected.

Sustainable Hospitality (OSO)

Grants Observatory (OBA)

Agri-Tech Applications (AGT)

Sustainable Mobility (MOS)

R&D Territory Districts (RSD)

Supporting Facilities

To support its operations and growth, the Foundation requires facilities for:

Training (FOR)

Relations and Promotion of the Foundation (REP)

Operational Approach

Each project area is tasked with autonomously developing its own project. This operational autonomy is guided by a highly qualified professional sought after in the market for their skills and experience. This professional serves as the ‘area manager’ and operates in accordance with the guidelines established by the Foundation.

The role of the area manager is multidimensional. Firstly, they are responsible for defining specific projects that fall within the Foundation’s initiatives. These projects are strategically crafted to address the challenges or opportunities identified in the project area. Additionally, the area manager assembles workgroups, bringing together a team of individuals with complementary skills to collaborate effectively in achieving project objectives.

A key aspect of the area manager’s role is to lead and oversee the team’s activities in the process of developing application solutions. This involves allocating resources such as technology and human expertise to ensure the project progresses effectively and consistently. Furthermore, the area manager is committed to motivating and inspiring their team, encouraging creativity and collaboration.
In parallel with each project area, there are support structures, each led by a responsible figure. These structures work closely with the project areas and focus on providing assistance, resources, and solutions to the various needs that may arise during the project. Coordination between project areas and support structures is essential to ensure that each area has access to the services and resources necessary for success.

In summary, this organizational approach promotes a balance between autonomy and support. Each project area has the independence to develop its own project but is guided by an experienced professional. Support structures are available to assist each area and meet its diverse needs, contributing to the overall effectiveness and efficiency of the organization.

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