As etapas da gestão do conhecimento: perspectivas relacionadas a cadeias hoteleiras Outros Idiomas

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30073
Resumo:
A gestão do conhecimento é uma prática organizacional que produz benefícios para a tomada de decisões. Em um mercado cada vez mais competitivo, como o hoteleiro, trabalhar efetivamente com a informação e o conhecimento, é importante. A partir disto, o objetivo deste trabalho é o de analisar a aplicação das quatro etapas da gestão do conhecimento (criação, transmissão, armazenamento e aplicação) nas cadeias hoteleiras. Trata-se de uma pesquisa exploratória e bibliográfica. Os resultados indicam que a aplicação das quatro etapas da gestão do conhecimento às cadeias hoteleiras é mais que uma tendência. A gestão do conhecimento em meios de hospedagem se faz necessária em um mercado cada vez mais dinâmico e globalizado.
Citação ABNT:
HARO, C. S.; GANDARA, J. M. G.; HORRILLO, M. ?. R.; MONDO, T. S. Las etapas de la gestión del conocimiento: perspectivas relacionadas a las cadenas hoteleras. Rosa dos Ventos - Turismo e Hospitalidade, v. 6, n. 1, p. 34-51, 2014.
Citação APA:
Haro, C. S., Gandara, J. M. G., Horrillo, M. ?. R., & Mondo, T. S. (2014). Las etapas de la gestión del conocimiento: perspectivas relacionadas a las cadenas hoteleras. Rosa dos Ventos - Turismo e Hospitalidade, 6(1), 34-51.
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http://www.spell.org.br/documentos/ver/30073/as-etapas-da-gestao-do-conhecimento--perspectivas-relacionadas-a-cadeias-hoteleiras/i/pt-br
Tipo de documento:
Artigo
Idioma:
Espanhol
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