Proffesional Practice

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El presente trabajo es dedicado con mucho cariño a nuestros padres por su apoyo y consejos y a nuestros maestros quienes sin su ayuda nunca hubiéramos podido realizar este proyecto.

AGRADECIMIENTOS Agradecemos a Dios por habernos acompañado y guiado a lo largo de nuestra carrera, por ser nuestra fortaleza en los momentos de debilidad y por habernos brindado una vida llena de aprendizajes y experiencias. Le damos gracias a nuestros padres y familiares por habernos apoyado en todo momento, por los valores que nos inculcaron y por otorgarnos la oportunidad de tener una excelente educación en el transcurso de nuestras vidas. Sobre todo porque son un excelente ejemplo de vida a seguir. A Grupo Octano por darnos la oportunidad de aplicar nuestros conocimientos dentro su organización y por todo el apoyo y facilidades que nos fueron otorgadas por parte de ella, por permitirnos crecer profesionalmente y aprender cosas nuevas en especial a nuestro coach el Licenciado Luis Guillermo Rodríguez por su confianza y apoyo incondicional a la hora de realizar el proyecto. Damos un especial y sincero agradecimiento a nuestra asesora interna Rebeca Montaño Moncada, por su apoyo y su capacidad para guiar nuestras ideas, convirtiéndolas en aportaciones valuables, no solamente para el desarrollo de este proyecto, sino también para nuestra…...

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