Socializar para Adequar-se: Como Redes Sociais Intraorganizacionais Podem Influenciar a Adequação Indivíduo-Organização Outros Idiomas

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46821
Resumo:
A adequação indivíduo-organização refere-se à congruência dos valores individuais do funcionário aos valores organizacionais. Essa adequação é explorada em diversos resultados individuais e organizacionais, tais como: desempenho, comprometimento, motivação, etc. Embora vários fatores tenham sido identificados como responsáveis por essa adequação, poucos estudos brasileiros exploraram quantitativamente o papel das redes sociais dentro das empresas. Esses relacionamentos construídos e mantidos dentro da organização são identificados pelos padrões de comunicação e interação entre os indivíduos, e podem interferir no nível de adequação indivíduoorganização. O objetivo desta pesquisa é compreender como as características das redes sociais, tais como grau de relacionamento, proximidade entre os atores e nível de intermediação, podem influenciar o nível de adequação indivíduo-organização. Realizou-se um survey com 116 funcionários de micro e pequenas empresas do setor de serviços. Os resultados da análise Partial Least Squares (PLS) indicam que o grau de relacionamento entre os funcionários influencia o nível de adequação indivíduo-organização. Ou seja, quanto mais o funcionário interage com seus colegas de trabalho, maior a probabilidade de adequação dos valores do indivíduo com os da organização.
Citação ABNT:
MIRANDA, M. G. C.; LIBOREIRO, K. R.; BORGES, R. Socializar para Adequar-se: Como Redes Sociais Intraorganizacionais Podem Influenciar a Adequação Indivíduo-Organização . Revista de Administração Contemporânea, v. 21, n. 5, p. 666-684, 2017.
Citação APA:
Miranda, M. G. C., Liboreiro, K. R., & Borges, R. (2017). Socializar para Adequar-se: Como Redes Sociais Intraorganizacionais Podem Influenciar a Adequação Indivíduo-Organização . Revista de Administração Contemporânea, 21(5), 666-684.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/1982-7849rac2017160189
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Artigo
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Português
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