A Teoria da Prática e o Desenvolvimento de Ambidesteridades no Processo de Inovação em Software

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41135
Resumo:
Este estudo objetiva apontar e analisar, sob a perspectiva da teoria da prática, o processo de formação de ambidesteridades dentro do processo de inovação, tendo como fundamento a constituição mútua entre ações localizadas e aspectos da cultura organizacional. Dados qualitativos foram coletados a partir de uma abordagem longitudinal em uma organização do setor de software. Os resultados mostram que o processo de construção de ambidesteridade baseia-se em três estágios que refletem relações entre lógicas e ações e descrevem o processo de construção de ambidesteridade na organização estudada: geração de conflitos iniciais, reação aos conflitos e estabilização via dinâmicas entre lógicas e ações.
Citação ABNT:
TONELLI, A. O.; ZAMBALDE, A. L.; BRITO, M. J.; BERMEJO, P. H. S. A Teoria da Prática e o Desenvolvimento de Ambidesteridades no Processo de Inovação em Software. Brazilian Business Review, v. 13, n. 3, p. 26-49, 2016.
Citação APA:
Tonelli, A. O., Zambalde, A. L., Brito, M. J., & Bermejo, P. H. S. (2016). A Teoria da Prática e o Desenvolvimento de Ambidesteridades no Processo de Inovação em Software. Brazilian Business Review, 13(3), 26-49.
DOI:
http://dx.doi.org/10.15728/bbr.2016.13.3.2
Link Permanente:
http://www.spell.org.br/documentos/ver/41135/a-teoria-da-pratica-e-o-desenvolvimento-de-ambidesteridades-no-processo-de-inovacao-em-software/i/pt-br
Tipo de documento:
Artigo
Idioma:
Português
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