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Local Development Model applied to a chocolate industry at Pozoblanco (Córdoba, Spain), Carlos INFANTE REJANO y Mª José DUEÑAS
Local Development Model applied to a chocolate industry at Pozoblanco (Córdoba, Spain), Carlos INFANTE REJANO y Mª José DUEÑAS
Local Development Model applied to a chocolate industry at Pozoblanco (Córdoba, Spain), Carlos INFANTE REJANO y Mª José DUEÑAS
Local Development Model applied to a chocolate industry at Pozoblanco (Córdoba, Spain), Carlos INFANTE REJANO y Mª José DUEÑAS
Local Development Model applied to a chocolate industry at Pozoblanco (Córdoba, Spain), Carlos INFANTE REJANO y Mª José DUEÑAS
Local Development Model applied to a chocolate industry at Pozoblanco (Córdoba, Spain), Carlos INFANTE REJANO y Mª José DUEÑAS
Local Development Model applied to a chocolate industry at Pozoblanco (Córdoba, Spain), Carlos INFANTE REJANO y Mª José DUEÑAS
Local Development Model applied to a chocolate industry at Pozoblanco (Córdoba, Spain), Carlos INFANTE REJANO y Mª José DUEÑAS
Local Development Model applied to a chocolate industry at Pozoblanco (Córdoba, Spain), Carlos INFANTE REJANO y Mª José DUEÑAS
Local Development Model applied to a chocolate industry at Pozoblanco (Córdoba, Spain), Carlos INFANTE REJANO y Mª José DUEÑAS
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Local Development Model applied to a chocolate industry at Pozoblanco (Córdoba, Spain), Carlos INFANTE REJANO y Mª José DUEÑAS

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Huelva 2007, International Conference of Territorial Intelligence organised in the framework of CAENTI. WORKSHOP 3: Sustainable Territorial Development Studies

Huelva 2007, International Conference of Territorial Intelligence organised in the framework of CAENTI. WORKSHOP 3: Sustainable Territorial Development Studies

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  • 1. Local Development Model applied to a chocolate industry at Pozoblanco (Córdoba, Spain) Carlos Infante Rejano Orienta Vocational Guidance Reference Centre–Sevilla Andalusian Foundation for Training and Employment Employment Body Mª José Dueñas Cabrera Psychology Official Association of Occidental Andalusia Andalucía Orienta Vocational Guidance Service, attached to the Andalusian Employment Service Second International Annual Conference on Territorial Intelligence ‏ Octuber 2007
  • 2. I. THEORICAL FRAMEWORK Tackling employment and territory from a dynamic and a complex perspective Employment Territory Self-production Self-regulation Participation of local actors Governance (Partnership) Local development Integrated Territorial development
  • 3. Strategies to improve territorial governance (Miedes, B., 2007)
    • Establishment of a framework of responsibilities among different levels of governance and different territorial actors.
    • Institutionalization of guidelines of how actors could work in partnership context .
    • Analysis of strategies taken and evaluation of decision making processes.
    • Development of instruments to facilitate coordination and the coherence of strategies.
  • 4. Conditions that every territory needs to articulate a local development model (Pérez Ramírez, B. et al., 2000) (1) The integration of all the economical sectors . (2) The employment policies must be aware of the territorial resources . (3) External resources are important elements for the territory as they are complementary for the local development model. (4) Small and medium companies are the entities that make possible the local development. (5) The environment is considered as a strategic element in the local development model. (6) Local development model implies decentralizing processes in relation to general policies.
  • 5. II. REFERENCE CONTEXTS OF THE INITIATIVE Territory (Pozoblanco) Historical and cultural antecedents of the industry Possibilities of the industry
  • 6. Historical and cultural antecedents of the industry and productive possibilities
    • 147 years of existence (dates back to 1860).
    • Four generations of the Cabrera family have run the industry.
    • Factory has never stopped his manufacturing.
    • Actually it’s located in the town centre in a three-storey building.
    • Has its own registered trademark (“Bombolín”).
    • Machinary of quality from the begining of the 20th century (from Switzerland, Germany and Spain).
    • Has received international awards from 1903 (Córdoba, Paris, Buenos Aires, Madrid, San Remo, Barcelona)
  • 7. III. RECOVERING A CHOCOLATE INDUSTRY: PROPOSALS (I) P. 1. To recover the principal activity of the industry and to promote its diversification as the only way to keep the business on the labour market .
      • Organisational flexibility of the industry’s human resources and of the production processes.
      • The industry need to be move to one of the industrial areas that surrounds the city.
      • The particularity of being the only chocolate industry over the valley seems to be a business advantage.
      • It also important to bet for the sustainability of the environment (being aware of the environmental regulations) and to follow the health rules and contingency plans.
      • It’s important to take part on the principal alimentary industry located in Pozoblanco.
  • 8. III. RECOVERING A CHOCOLATE INDUSTRY: PROPOSALS (II) P. 2. To design a development model orientated to facilitate people under–represented in the local workforce or actually facing barriers to employment get into work .
      • By hiring people with disabilities as local workforce (PRODE).
      • Could make possible the changing of the business form of the industry from a sole proprietor to what we call in Spanish employment policy a Special Employment Centre.
  • 9. III. RECOVERING A CHOCOLATE INDUSTRY: PROPOSALS (III) P. 3. To place the industry in the economical, labour, social and cultural context of Pozoblanco.
      • Possibility of recovering the history of the industry could be a good opportunity to create a museum to show machinery and documents from the past century becoming a cultural offer of the territory. Part of the workforce to maintain the museum could be hired from the Special Employment Centre.
      • Being conscious of the lack of training referred to the alimentary manufacture we propose its inclusion on the local training offers.
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