Processamento de Informações Motivada em Grupos: A Relação entre Reflexividade e Criatividade Outros Idiomas

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48982
Resumo:
Neste trabalho, adota-se a perspectiva dos grupos como processadores de informações (HINSZ et al., 1997). Procurando preencher a lacuna deixa por Hinsz et al. (1997), De Dreu, Nijstad e van Knippenberg (2008) desenvolveram o modelo Motivated Information Processing in Groups (MIP-G). A proposição central do modelo MIP-G é que o processamento sistemático das informações em um grupo é afetado por dois tipos diferentes de motivação: a motivação epistêmica e a motivação social. O objetivo desse artigo foi comparar o efeito dos níveis de reflexividade na criatividade em grupos de pesquisa e desenvolvimento. Para a análise dos dados e teste das hipóteses, utilizou-se a Modelagem em Equações Estruturais e também o teste de comparação de médias com o suporte do software SPSS. Consistente com a ideia de que a reflexividade promove o processamento sistemático de informação, os resultados mostraram que em grupos com baixa reflexividade, os escores de criatividade foram menores.
Citação ABNT:
ANTÔNIO SOBRINHO, C.; BITTENCOURT, I. M.; DESIDÉRIO, P. H.; NEDER, R.; MARQUES, J. C. Processamento de Informações Motivada em Grupos: A Relação entre Reflexividade e Criatividade. Revista de Administração FACES Journal, v. 17, n. 1, p. 121-141, 2018.
Citação APA:
Antônio Sobrinho, C., Bittencourt, I. M., Desidério, P. H., Neder, R., & Marques, J. C. (2018). Processamento de Informações Motivada em Grupos: A Relação entre Reflexividade e Criatividade. Revista de Administração FACES Journal, 17(1), 121-141.
DOI:
http://dx.doi.org/10.21714/1984-6975FACES2018V17N1ART5242
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http://www.spell.org.br/documentos/ver/48982/processamento-de-informacoes-motivada-em-grupos--a-relacao-entre-reflexividade-e-criatividade/i/pt-br
Tipo de documento:
Artigo
Idioma:
Português
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