Competências para o Fair Play nas Organizações: uma Análise Fenomenográfica das Concepções dos Gestores

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39969
Resumo:
Trata-se de um estudo fenomenográfico que teve por objetivo mapear as variações nas concepções de um grupo de gestores sobre o significado do Fair Play (FP), a fim de identificar as competências a elas associadas. O objetivo foi de compreender a experiência desses atores corporativos a fim de atender às demandas de uma organização que estabelece o Fair Play como uma diretriz geral. Como principais resultados, a pesquisa revelou que há três formas centrais de se conceber o Fair Play: como regra, como transparência e como justiça. As competências dos gestores representam a materialização dessas concepções. O estudo reforça a ideia de que aprender sobre as diferenças de concepções pode ser um caminho para a realização de práticas mais assertivas para desenvolver competências em direção ao Fair Play.
Citação ABNT:
BRUNSTEIN, J.; HEIDRICH, S. B.; AMARO, R. A. Competências para o Fair Play nas Organizações: uma Análise Fenomenográfica das Concepções dos Gestores. Brazilian Business Review, v. 13, n. 2, p. 109-140, 2016.
Citação APA:
Brunstein, J., Heidrich, S. B., & Amaro, R. A. (2016). Competências para o Fair Play nas Organizações: uma Análise Fenomenográfica das Concepções dos Gestores. Brazilian Business Review, 13(2), 109-140.
DOI:
http://dx.doi.org/10.15728/bbr.2016.13.2.5
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Tipo de documento:
Artigo
Idioma:
Português
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