Status Informacional em Redes Intraorganizacionais: O Papel do Compartilhamento do Conhecimento e das Lacunas Estruturais Outros Idiomas

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44957
Resumo:
Neste estudo, o objetivo foi investigar se trabalhadores em uma empresa de conhecimento intensivo que compartilham conhecimento na mesma proporção e que possuem número similar de lacunas estruturais são avaliados como tendo status equivalente. O estudo foi operacionalizado por meio da análise de 462 díades (22*(22−1)) que compõem os relacionamentos sociais presentes em uma organização de desenvolvimento de tecnologia para telemedicina. Os resultados apontam que a similaridade nas variáveis independentes se associa a similaridade de status informacional, mas a interação entre elas não. Conclui-se que a igualdade de status pode ser alcançada mesmo quando dois atores possuem bases diferentes para sua construção, seja por meio de práticas de compartilhamento de conhecimento ou por meio de lacunas estruturais. Tal conclusão relativiza o que é denominado Efeito Mateus nas pesquisas sobre status.
Citação ABNT:
MACIEL, C. O.; CHAVES, C. E. L. Informational Status in Intra-Organizational Networks: The Role of Knowledge Sharing and Structural Holes . RAUSP Management Journal, v. 52, n. 2, p. 189-198, 2017.
Citação APA:
Maciel, C. O., & Chaves, C. E. L. (2017). Informational Status in Intra-Organizational Networks: The Role of Knowledge Sharing and Structural Holes . RAUSP Management Journal, 52(2), 189-198.
DOI:
dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rausp.2016.12.008
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http://www.spell.org.br/documentos/ver/44957/status-informacional-em-redes-intraorganizacionais--o-papel-do-compartilhamento-do-conhecimento-e-das-lacunas-estruturais/i/pt-br
Tipo de documento:
Artigo
Idioma:
Inglês
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