Cisco Entrepreneur Institute
Cisco Entrepreneur Institute  <ul><li>Fomentar la innovaci ón logrando así el éxito empresarial. </li></ul><ul><li>Extende...
Cisco Entrepreneur Institute  Misión <ul><li>Apoyar a los empresarios y emprendedores, mediante el intercambio de mejores ...
PyMEs Muere en sus primeros 2 años 85%
PyMEs Integración Soluciones ICT Herramienta Negocio Fuerzas Motoras para la Eficiencia y Productividad
PyMEs Esta carencia obstaculiza el crecimiento Sostenible Falta de práctica de Negocios paso a paso y falta de  tecnología...
MIPyMEs Máximo Contribuyente  para el Desarrollo Económico
¿Qué es Cisco Entrepreneur Institute?
El Entrepreneur Institute Provee: Cisco Entrepreneur Institute
El Entrepreneur Institute Provee: Cursos y  Talleres Recursos  Web2.0  Contenido Generado x usuario Cisco Entrepreneur Ins...
El  Entrepreneur Institute Provee: Cursos y Talleres Recursos Web 2.0 Contenido Generado x usuario Cisco Entrepreneur Inst...
El Entrepreneur Institute Provee: Cursos  Y Talleres Recursos  Web 2.0 Contenido Generado x Usuario Cisco Entrepreneur Ins...
The Entrepreneur Institute Delivers: Cursos y Talleres Recursos  Web 2.0 Contedido Generado x Usuario Cisco Entrepreneur I...
Portafolio de Contenidos PYMEs Essentials Enterprise Essentials Oferta Básica Operaciones Suplementos Institute Program Es...
Definición Red Humana Red Humana
Definición Red Humana  Red Humana Estructura Social de Individuos, Negocios, Socios, Amigos y Organizaciones Conectados V ...
Definición Red Huamana  Red Humana La Red Humana Conecta  Gente con Gente Areas Comunes de Interés
Definición Red Humana Red Humana Esta nueva herramienta de Colaboración es creada y generada por los usuarios finales
 
Modelo del Instituto Red Humana Infraestructura Media-Rich Relevant Content SMB Interaction Network BizWise and TechWise D...
Modelo del Instituto Red Humana Infraestructura Media-Rich Relevant Content Equipo Soporte-Cisco Live Workshops Collaborat...
Modelo del Instituto Red Humana Infraestructura Media-Rich Relevant Content Live Workshops Collaboratory Web Technologies ...
Modelo del Instituto Local  Institute Local  Institute Local  Institute Equipo Soporte-Cisco Red Humana Infraestructura Me...
Contribución Cisco <ul><li>Cisco se apoya en terceros para el fondeo directo en la implementaci ón y desarrollo de los ins...
Cisco Entrepreneur Institute Expandiendo  Oportunidades  de Negocio a través del mundo
Cisco Entrepreneur Institute Creado para  Emprendedores  y por Emprendedores
Cisco Entrepreneur Institute Fomentando  Soluciones  Innovadoras para enfrentar los retos del Siglo 21
Cisco Entrepreneur Institute Creando  Ventajas  Competitivas para Emprendedores.
Training Centers e Institutos Proveen: <ul><li>Facilitadores con experiencia en Negocios. </li></ul><ul><li>Institute Prog...
Cisco Provee: <ul><li>Business-Relevant, Media-Rich Material </li></ul><ul><li>Entrenamiento y Recursos para el equipo del...
Global Reach Cisco Entrepreneur Institute Actualmente atiende o se está  preparando para atender participantes en los sigu...
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  • First let’s take a moment and discuss Cisco’s vision for creating the Entrepreneur Institute. As a strategic initiative for Cisco, the Institute is committed to seeking long term relationships with governmental and country organizations to help the institute fulfill its vision of: Fostering innovation and creating prosperity on a local and global basis through enabling entrepreneurial success By helping to enable entrepreneurial success and playing a positive role in your economy and in your country, Cisco aims to extend it’s business as well as it’s social impact not only in your country but around the globe.
  • Now that we’ve seen Cisco’s vision for the Entrepreneur Institute, lets look at how Cisco intends to get there! To support entrepreneurs worldwide by providing them the world’s best practical business insights. We’ve collected material from the top business institutions like Stanford University and Cornell as well as other major entrepreneurial sources and have not only translated them, but localized the content so its LOCALLY relevant to attending participants The Institute is committed to working with local governments and business organizations to foster the success of entrepreneurs. Cisco understands that for entrepreneurs to flourish they must have the support of their government and the Entrepreneur Institute is keen on recognizing the involvement, aid and endorsement that governments bring to the entrepreneurship process. Cisco knows the value of collaboration in our own business and we recognize the strength and influence that collaboration can have for entrepreneurial success. That is why Cisco is committed to developing the institute on an foundation of open, media-rich and easily accessible web 2.0 collaboratory tools that facilitate communication and knowledge sharing between entrepreneurs, local business leaders, governments and NGOs Through Cisco’s 20 plus years, we have been an example of how to use technology to accelerate business success by increasing productivity. We feel that by sharing ideas of how to use technology in smaller entrepreneurial levels we can help business become more productive, efficient and thus more successful.
  • Updated 19 Feb, 2008 Despite passion, drive and an abundance of good ideas, half of all new businesses fail within the first few years. Often that’s because, despite their zeal, entrepreneurs lack the experience and tools required for starting and running a business. Cisco’s Entrepreneur Institute creates a comprehensive program offering for a wide range of Entrepreneurs These programs have extensive facilitator and participant support materials, key factors in creating an optimal learning experience
  • Updated 19 Feb, 2008 Despite passion, drive and an abundance of good ideas, half of all new businesses fail within the first few years. Often that’s because, despite their zeal, entrepreneurs lack the experience and tools required for starting and running a business. Cisco’s Entrepreneur Institute creates a comprehensive program offering for a wide range of Entrepreneurs These programs have extensive facilitator and participant support materials, key factors in creating an optimal learning experience
  • Updated 19 Feb, 2008 Despite passion, drive and an abundance of good ideas, half of all new businesses fail within the first few years. Often that’s because, despite their zeal, entrepreneurs lack the experience and tools required for starting and running a business. Cisco’s Entrepreneur Institute creates a comprehensive program offering for a wide range of Entrepreneurs These programs have extensive facilitator and participant support materials, key factors in creating an optimal learning experience
  • Since in any given market economy, entrepreneurs account for the single largest percentage of economic growth, it becomes clear why the success of entrepreneurs factors heavily in the success of the community that they represent. In short, the success of entrepreneurs is a direct reflection of the long term economic success of any market economy.
  • Now that we understand why Cisco created the Entrepreneur Institute and how it will work, I want to introduce you to the different moving parts that really make the institute a living breathing entity that can grow and will have the power to achieve its lofty goals. Cisco understands the power of collaboration to work together to achieve a common end. This is why we feel that the Institute must be a collaborative effort between the Education Community, Chambers of Commerce, Governments, NGOs and of course other funding agencies, each one uniquely contributing to the success of the entrepreneur. Cisco aggregates the vast knowledge of entrepreneurial knowledge from educational sources as well as business sources and creates a set of workshops designed to give participants a practical and working base of knowledge used to start or grow a business. Cisco then introduces a set of technology best practices that shows entrepreneurs how to use technology to enhance productivity and compete more vigorously than before. Cisco also translates and localizes this knowledge to be “locally relevant” to participants, making sure that the knowledge that they receive is applicable to their local area. Finally, Cisco has developed a “Human Network” online platform that enables entrepreneurs to collaborate, exchange ideas, connect and empower one-another. The Education Community helps provide a base of knowledge that is at the core of all good business practices Chambers of Commerce lend their ability to act as Training Centers but more importantly act as a catalyst for entrepreneurs to engage in their local business communities Governments and NGOs are uniquely positioned to encourage entrepreneurial growth. By partnering with the Cisco Entrepreneur Institute, governments can help fund and endorse institute efforts, which will serve to encourage business people and future entrepreneurs to adopt the skills that are needed to achieve business success. Funding Agencies provide Training Centers and Institute the ability to operate and perhaps lowering the cost for attendance. Funding agencies are also introduced through the workshops to participants and entrepreneurs with new and perhaps innovative business ideas that need funding to start and become successful enterprises *** It’s important to note that Cisco mandates that institutes run on a non-profit model.
  • Building on Cisco’s past success in education, the Cisco Entrepreneur Institute represents a new model for knowledge sharing Practical workshops include content from Partners, premier business schools, and Cisco technology content Web 2.0 technology is used extensively to enrich the participants experience, provide valuable content on demand, and to facilitate a community of business people and entrepreneurs and encourage the collaboration and exchange of ideas. Users also contribute to the Institute by sharing their own authored content, their successes and their challenges.
  • Building on Cisco’s past success in education, the Cisco Entrepreneur Institute represents a new model for knowledge sharing Practical workshops include content from Partners, premier business schools, and Cisco technology content Web 2.0 technology is used extensively to enrich the participants experience, provide valuable content on demand, and to facilitate a community of business people and entrepreneurs and encourage the collaboration and exchange of ideas. Users also contribute to the Institute by sharing their own authored content, their successes and their challenges.
  • Building on Cisco’s past success in education, the Cisco Entrepreneur Institute represents a new model for knowledge sharing Practical workshops include content from Partners, premier business schools, and Cisco technology content Web 2.0 technology is used extensively to enrich the participants experience, provide valuable content on demand, and to facilitate a community of business people and entrepreneurs and encourage the collaboration and exchange of ideas. Users also contribute to the Institute by sharing their own authored content, their successes and their challenges.
  • Building on Cisco’s past success in education, the Cisco Entrepreneur Institute represents a new model for knowledge sharing Practical workshops include content from Partners, premier business schools, and Cisco technology content Web 2.0 technology is used extensively to enrich the participants experience, provide valuable content on demand, and to facilitate a community of business people and entrepreneurs and encourage the collaboration and exchange of ideas. Users also contribute to the Institute by sharing their own authored content, their successes and their challenges.
  • Building on Cisco’s past success in education, the Cisco Entrepreneur Institute represents a new model for knowledge sharing Practical workshops include content from Partners, premier business schools, and Cisco technology content Web 2.0 technology is used extensively to enrich the participants experience, provide valuable content on demand, and to facilitate a community of business people and entrepreneurs and encourage the collaboration and exchange of ideas. Users also contribute to the Institute by sharing their own authored content, their successes and their challenges.
  • The Institute delivers an aggregated set of what we believe to be the best set of acquired business knowledge in the world of entrepreneur skills development. Currently our core offerings consist of the following workshops: Starting a Business Growing a Business iExec SMB Essentials iExec Enterprise Essentials and iExec Public Sector Essentials which focuses on how technology can align and aid in the business goals of government agencies. The institute then offers supplemental workshops for individuals who want to start their own business such as: Entrepreneurial Mindset Digital Literacy Smart Technology As well as workshops that can aid public sector employees or employees that are in the positions to treat their work as an independent business such as sales or contractors. The workshops have been aggregated from the top entrepreneurial resources that are available. Examples are content originally created by Cornell and Stanford Universities, Cisco’s own etube and Non profit organizations such as MOBI that are committed to entrepreneurs’ success. Most importantly this content is not only being translated but is also being localized to provide the best local relevance to entrepreneurs, a key factor in the success of sharing these business skills. Others content partners include GoVenture, ESL by Pearson and the Entrepreneur Oasis implemented by Cisco. INSTITUTE TEAM PLEASE CONTRIBUTE HERE: From an Operations perspective: Institute Program Essentials Supplemental, Derivative Works, Localization and Translation Best Practices Creating Entrepreneur Video Interviews
  • What do we mean when we refer to the “Human Network”? A Human Network is a social structure either via an online environment such as Google Groups or Communities like facebook, made up of business partners or friends that are connected via this technology. It connects people together via the context of their common interests. This new collaboration is being generated and pushed to people and businesses by end users
  • What do we mean when we refer to the “Human Network”? A Human Network is a social structure either via an online environment such as Google Groups or Communities like facebook, made up of business partners or friends that are connected via this technology. It connects people together via the context of their common interests. This new collaboration is being generated and pushed to people and businesses by end users
  • What do we mean when we refer to the “Human Network”? A Human Network is a social structure either via an online environment such as Google Groups or Communities like facebook, made up of business partners or friends that are connected via this technology. It connects people together via the context of their common interests. This new collaboration is being generated and pushed to people and businesses by end users
  • What do we mean when we refer to the “Human Network”? A Human Network is a social structure either via an online environment such as Google Groups or Communities like facebook, made up of business partners or friends that are connected via this technology. It connects people together via the context of their common interests. This new collaboration is being generated and pushed to people and businesses by end users
  • Updated July 15 2008 As we’ve seen the institute successfully integrates Live workshops, a collaboration community with Entrepreneur Oasis and Cisco’s own web 2.0 technologies to deliver the best entrepreneurial success program that is available. However, this program would not last long term without a support team and infrastructure Cisco provides an overlay support team in all the regions where the institute is operational. The support team monitors the institutes, gives direction, support and vision and this is another way that Cisco provides leadership and support to ensure the institute’s success. Cisco also forms partnerships with Public and Private sector organizations and fosters them into becoming Training Centers. Training Centers are responsible for developing at least 10+ Cisco Entrepreneur Institutes in their regions of operation. This expands the institutes and the ability to reach more people. The Training Centers operate and administer institutes which deliver the workshops and business skills training to entrepreneurs, business people and other participants. 10/17/07 Media rich Experience Cornell eClips Stanford Technology Ventures Program Cisco BizWise and TechWise TV Relevant Content My Own Business Cisco – iExec Business Essentials Infrastructure Moodlerooms Salesforce.com Collaborative Environment through Webex Media Rich – Elegant (LAN-speed) user experience provided by the Digital Media System All supported through a Human Network of collaborative support. Endeavor [email_address] Seeking out and reaching out to organizations that will further the mission: Recent early conversations with: Consortium for Entrepreneurial Education NASBITE – historically North American Small Business International Trade Educators
  • Updated July 15 2008 As we’ve seen the institute successfully integrates Live workshops, a collaboration community with Entrepreneur Oasis and Cisco’s own web 2.0 technologies to deliver the best entrepreneurial success program that is available. However, this program would not last long term without a support team and infrastructure Cisco provides an overlay support team in all the regions where the institute is operational. The support team monitors the institutes, gives direction, support and vision and this is another way that Cisco provides leadership and support to ensure the institute’s success. Cisco also forms partnerships with Public and Private sector organizations and fosters them into becoming Training Centers. Training Centers are responsible for developing at least 10+ Cisco Entrepreneur Institutes in their regions of operation. This expands the institutes and the ability to reach more people. The Training Centers operate and administer institutes which deliver the workshops and business skills training to entrepreneurs, business people and other participants. 10/17/07 Media rich Experience Cornell eClips Stanford Technology Ventures Program Cisco BizWise and TechWise TV Relevant Content My Own Business Cisco – iExec Business Essentials Infrastructure Moodlerooms Salesforce.com Collaborative Environment through Webex Media Rich – Elegant (LAN-speed) user experience provided by the Digital Media System All supported through a Human Network of collaborative support. Endeavor [email_address] Seeking out and reaching out to organizations that will further the mission: Recent early conversations with: Consortium for Entrepreneurial Education NASBITE – historically North American Small Business International Trade Educators
  • Updated July 15 2008 As we’ve seen the institute successfully integrates Live workshops, a collaboration community with Entrepreneur Oasis and Cisco’s own web 2.0 technologies to deliver the best entrepreneurial success program that is available. However, this program would not last long term without a support team and infrastructure Cisco provides an overlay support team in all the regions where the institute is operational. The support team monitors the institutes, gives direction, support and vision and this is another way that Cisco provides leadership and support to ensure the institute’s success. Cisco also forms partnerships with Public and Private sector organizations and fosters them into becoming Training Centers. Training Centers are responsible for developing at least 10+ Cisco Entrepreneur Institutes in their regions of operation. This expands the institutes and the ability to reach more people. The Training Centers operate and administer institutes which deliver the workshops and business skills training to entrepreneurs, business people and other participants. 10/17/07 Media rich Experience Cornell eClips Stanford Technology Ventures Program Cisco BizWise and TechWise TV Relevant Content My Own Business Cisco – iExec Business Essentials Infrastructure Moodlerooms Salesforce.com Collaborative Environment through Webex Media Rich – Elegant (LAN-speed) user experience provided by the Digital Media System All supported through a Human Network of collaborative support. Endeavor [email_address] Seeking out and reaching out to organizations that will further the mission: Recent early conversations with: Consortium for Entrepreneurial Education NASBITE – historically North American Small Business International Trade Educators
  • Updated July 15 2008 As we’ve seen the institute successfully integrates Live workshops, a collaboration community with Entrepreneur Oasis and Cisco’s own web 2.0 technologies to deliver the best entrepreneurial success program that is available. However, this program would not last long term without a support team and infrastructure Cisco provides an overlay support team in all the regions where the institute is operational. The support team monitors the institutes, gives direction, support and vision and this is another way that Cisco provides leadership and support to ensure the institute’s success. Cisco also forms partnerships with Public and Private sector organizations and fosters them into becoming Training Centers. Training Centers are responsible for developing at least 10+ Cisco Entrepreneur Institutes in their regions of operation. This expands the institutes and the ability to reach more people. The Training Centers operate and administer institutes which deliver the workshops and business skills training to entrepreneurs, business people and other participants. 10/17/07 Media rich Experience Cornell eClips Stanford Technology Ventures Program Cisco BizWise and TechWise TV Relevant Content My Own Business Cisco – iExec Business Essentials Infrastructure Moodlerooms Salesforce.com Collaborative Environment through Webex Media Rich – Elegant (LAN-speed) user experience provided by the Content Delivery Services All supported through a Human Network of collaborative support. Endeavor [email_address] Seeking out and reaching out to organizations that will further the mission: Recent early conversations with: Consortium for Entrepreneurial Education NASBITE – historically North American Small Business International Trade Educators
  • As we’ve seen, Cisco has demonstrated a large commitment to this initiative to ensure it’s success. And to be very clear about this we want to re-iterate that Cisco Provides at No Cost: the Infrastructure, Content, Vision and Leadership to Enable Institute Success And to ensure that our partners have a stake and serious interest in the success of this initiative Cisco relies on our partners &amp; Training Centers to provide Funding Directly to Institutes to Deploy the Institute Program
  • To Summarize, The Cisco Entrepreneur Institute aims to Expand Business opportunaties in all markets. Is an initiative that’s been built by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs Aims to create a competative advantage for entrepreneurs enabeling them to thrive and compete in the global economy
  • To Summarize, The Cisco Entrepreneur Institute aims to Expand Business opportunaties in all markets. Is an initiative that’s been built by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs Aims to create a competative advantage for entrepreneurs enabeling them to thrive and compete in the global economy
  • To Summarize, The Cisco Entrepreneur Institute aims to Expand Business opportunaties in all markets. Is an initiative that’s been built by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs Aims to create a competative advantage for entrepreneurs enabeling them to thrive and compete in the global economy
  • To Summarize, The Cisco Entrepreneur Institute aims to Expand Business opportunaties in all markets. Is an initiative that’s been built by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs Aims to create a competative advantage for entrepreneurs enabeling them to thrive and compete in the global economy
  • Updated 19 Feb, 2008 Training Centers &amp; Local Institute Commitments Ability and willingness to conduct a 40 hour adult learning program Workshop Facilities (20-25 person room capacity) Two Certified Facilitators (Minimum 0ne for a workshop of 18-24 Participants, Second is a backup) Business Ownership/Entrepreneurship Experience – highly recommended Recruit schedule guest speakers (One guest speaker per module. Business ownership experience required) Program/Marketing Administrator Business Coaches (one coach for every 8-9 participants. Business Ownership/Entrepreneurship Experience – highly recommended) Lab facilities with broadband access and supporting one computer for every two participants Participant access to PCs with broadband access outside of the lab Cisco WAE/ACNS for Cached Course and Rich Media Delivery (in a Routed and Switched Network) Purchased by Local Institute (Special Pricing for Institutes)
  • Updated 19 Feb, 2008 Cisco Commitments Provide Program Content, Resources and Hosting Infrastructure Train and Certify Two Master Facilitators from Training Center Institutes Train and Certify Program/Marketing Administrator Regional Development Manager Country Program Manager Cisco WAE/ACNS for Cached Course and Rich Media Delivery (in a Routed and Switched Network) Donated to Training Center Purchased by Local Institute (Special Pricing for Institutes)
  • *Institutes are serving participants from the following countries across the Emerging Markets. In some cases, participants from countries where Cisco Entrepreneur Institutes are not currently operational travel internationally or use WebEx to participate in Institute workshops. For example, the Cisco Entrepreneur Institute at the Queen Rania Center for Entrepreneurship in Jordan has trained participants from Argentina, Lebanon, Kuwait, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, United Arab Emirates and West Bank / Gaza. Countries = Signed or Operational Training Centers and Local Institutes, and countries of Institute participants (see above note) As of Sept2009
  • Web forms on the ciscoinstitute.net site are available for those wishing to express interest in becoming an institute, a participant, a facilitator, a business coach, or a guest speaker
  • Cisco Entrepreneur Institute

    1. 1. Cisco Entrepreneur Institute
    2. 2. Cisco Entrepreneur Institute <ul><li>Fomentar la innovaci ón logrando así el éxito empresarial. </li></ul><ul><li>Extender el negocio de Cisco logrando un impacto positivo en la sociedad. </li></ul>Visión
    3. 3. Cisco Entrepreneur Institute Misión <ul><li>Apoyar a los empresarios y emprendedores, mediante el intercambio de mejores prácticas de negocio. </li></ul><ul><li>Facilitar la colaboración entre emprendedores, gobiernos y Negocios </li></ul><ul><li>Mostrar el valor de la tecnología para los negocios. </li></ul>
    4. 4. PyMEs Muere en sus primeros 2 años 85%
    5. 5. PyMEs Integración Soluciones ICT Herramienta Negocio Fuerzas Motoras para la Eficiencia y Productividad
    6. 6. PyMEs Esta carencia obstaculiza el crecimiento Sostenible Falta de práctica de Negocios paso a paso y falta de tecnología en los procesos de educación
    7. 7. MIPyMEs Máximo Contribuyente para el Desarrollo Económico
    8. 8. ¿Qué es Cisco Entrepreneur Institute?
    9. 9. El Entrepreneur Institute Provee: Cisco Entrepreneur Institute
    10. 10. El Entrepreneur Institute Provee: Cursos y Talleres Recursos Web2.0 Contenido Generado x usuario Cisco Entrepreneur Institute
    11. 11. El Entrepreneur Institute Provee: Cursos y Talleres Recursos Web 2.0 Contenido Generado x usuario Cisco Entrepreneur Institute Contenido Tecnológico Cisco Contenido de My Own Business, Inc. Otros Contenidos Externos (Stanford, Cornell, Open Learn, etc.)
    12. 12. El Entrepreneur Institute Provee: Cursos Y Talleres Recursos Web 2.0 Contenido Generado x Usuario Cisco Entrepreneur Institute Contenido Tecnologico Cisco Contenido My Own Business, Inc. Otros Contenidos Externos (Stanford, Cornell, Open Learn, etc.) Podcasts y Videos Educativos Salesforce.com Moodle LMS Redes Sociales
    13. 13. The Entrepreneur Institute Delivers: Cursos y Talleres Recursos Web 2.0 Contedido Generado x Usuario Cisco Entrepreneur Institute Contenido Tecnol[ogico Cisco Contenido My Own Business, Inc. Otros Contenidos Externosl (Stanford, Cornell, Open Learn, etc.) Podcast y Videos Educativos Salesforce.com Cualquier Contenido Digital Cisco eTube Subir Videos sobre Emprendedores Moodle LMS Redes Sociales
    14. 14. Portafolio de Contenidos PYMEs Essentials Enterprise Essentials Oferta Básica Operaciones Suplementos Institute Program Essentials Suplementos, trabajos derivados, Localizaci[on y Mejores pr ácticas de Traducción Creación de Entrevistas en video de Emprendedores Tecnología Inteligente para Negocios Más Inteligentes Career Essentials and Computer Literacy Enabled (CRS enabled) Literatura Digital Cornell, Stanford and Cisco Videos EntreOaSIS GoVenture Simuladores de Negocio Comenzando tu Negocio Creciendo tu Negocio iExec ESL Pearson comes out
    15. 15. Definición Red Humana Red Humana
    16. 16. Definición Red Humana Red Humana Estructura Social de Individuos, Negocios, Socios, Amigos y Organizaciones Conectados V ía la Tecnología
    17. 17. Definición Red Huamana Red Humana La Red Humana Conecta Gente con Gente Areas Comunes de Interés
    18. 18. Definición Red Humana Red Humana Esta nueva herramienta de Colaboración es creada y generada por los usuarios finales
    19. 20. Modelo del Instituto Red Humana Infraestructura Media-Rich Relevant Content SMB Interaction Network BizWise and TechWise Digital Media System (DMS) Application and Content Networking
    20. 21. Modelo del Instituto Red Humana Infraestructura Media-Rich Relevant Content Equipo Soporte-Cisco Live Workshops Collaboratory Web Technologies Digital Media System (DMS) Application and Content Networking
    21. 22. Modelo del Instituto Red Humana Infraestructura Media-Rich Relevant Content Live Workshops Collaboratory Web Technologies Equipo Soporte-Cisco Regional and Territory Managers Digital Media System (DMS) Application and Content Networking
    22. 23. Modelo del Instituto Local Institute Local Institute Local Institute Equipo Soporte-Cisco Red Humana Infraestructura Media-Rich Relevant Content Live Workshops Collaboratory Web Technologies Emprendedor MiPyMEs Emprendedor MiPyMEs Local Institute Training Center Soporta 10+ Locales Training Center Sopprta 10 + Locales Content Delivery Services (CDS) Application and Content Networking
    23. 24. Contribución Cisco <ul><li>Cisco se apoya en terceros para el fondeo directo en la implementaci ón y desarrollo de los institutos </li></ul>Cisco Provee sin ningún costo: La infraestructura, Contenido, Visión y liderazgo, para habililitar un Instituto Exitoso.
    24. 25. Cisco Entrepreneur Institute Expandiendo Oportunidades de Negocio a través del mundo
    25. 26. Cisco Entrepreneur Institute Creado para Emprendedores y por Emprendedores
    26. 27. Cisco Entrepreneur Institute Fomentando Soluciones Innovadoras para enfrentar los retos del Siglo 21
    27. 28. Cisco Entrepreneur Institute Creando Ventajas Competitivas para Emprendedores.
    28. 29. Training Centers e Institutos Proveen: <ul><li>Facilitadores con experiencia en Negocios. </li></ul><ul><li>Institute Program Manager </li></ul><ul><li>Business Coaches </li></ul><ul><li>Guest Speakers </li></ul>Gente <ul><li>Aula para talleres (capacidad 20) </li></ul><ul><li>Computadoras (1:1) </li></ul><ul><li>Acceso a Banda Ancha para el taller </li></ul><ul><li>Digital Media System-Video Network </li></ul>Instalaciones <ul><li>Compromiso para impartir talleres a la comunidad MiPyME, </li></ul><ul><li>Comunidad de Local de Líderes de Negocio </li></ul>Vision y Liderazgo
    29. 30. Cisco Provee: <ul><li>Business-Relevant, Media-Rich Material </li></ul><ul><li>Entrenamiento y Recursos para el equipo del instituto </li></ul><ul><li>Materiales de Marketing </li></ul>Contenido <ul><li>Course Management System (Moodle) </li></ul><ul><li>System-enabled Localization </li></ul><ul><li>Institute Management System (Salesforce.com) </li></ul><ul><li>Digital Media System-Video Network </li></ul>Infraestructura <ul><li>Equipo Corporativo y Regional Dedicado </li></ul><ul><li>Comunidad de Líderes de Negocio. </li></ul><ul><li>Liderazgo con Líderes de Gobierno </li></ul><ul><li>Asociación con Organizaciones Financieras. </li></ul>Vision y Liderazgo
    30. 31. Global Reach Cisco Entrepreneur Institute Actualmente atiende o se está preparando para atender participantes en los siguientes países: <ul><li>Croacia </li></ul><ul><li>Egipto </li></ul><ul><li>Ghana </li></ul><ul><li>Hungría </li></ul><ul><li>Jordania </li></ul><ul><li>Kuwait </li></ul><ul><li>Líbano </li></ul><ul><li>Macedonia </li></ul><ul><li>Mexico </li></ul><ul><li>Marruecos </li></ul><ul><li>Nigeria </li></ul><ul><li>Oman </li></ul><ul><li>Peru </li></ul><ul><li>Polonia </li></ul><ul><li>Rumania </li></ul><ul><li>Arabia Saudita </li></ul><ul><li>Serbia </li></ul><ul><li>Sudáfrica </li></ul><ul><li>Swaziland </li></ul><ul><li>Turkía </li></ul><ul><li>Ukrania </li></ul><ul><li>Emiratos Árabes Unidos </li></ul><ul><li>West Bank / Gaza </li></ul><ul><li>Zimbabwe </li></ul><ul><li>Algeria </li></ul><ul><li>Argentina </li></ul><ul><li>Bosnia y Herzegovina </li></ul><ul><li>Brasil </li></ul><ul><li>Chile </li></ul><ul><li>Colombia </li></ul><ul><li>Costa Rica </li></ul>
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