Clima e Comportamentos de Aprendizagem Grupal Outros Idiomas

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49938
Resumo:
Há um aumento do reconhecimento por parte das organizações da necessidade de reestruturar o trabalho em torno de equipes, proporcionando oportunidades para os membros aprenderem com os colegas por meio do diálogo e discussão. Este estudo teve como objetivo definir e operacionalizar o clima para a aprendizagem grupal (CAG) como um preditor dos comportamentos de aprendizagem grupal. CAG foi definido e operacionalizado como uma variável latente de segunda ordem com sete dimensões, de modo a obter validade de conteúdo, convergente e discriminante. A hipótese foi testada a partir de uma amostra de 217 trabalhadores que atuam em equipe, em uma organização de desenvolvimento e treinamento para o uso de softwares. A modelagem de equações estruturais revelou que o CAG tem forte relação com os comportamentos de aprendizagem grupal. Assim, a promoção de um CAG requer que a equipe perceba que tem: apoio da gestão; tempo suficiente para realizar o trabalho e aprender; controle sobre eventos organizacionais, possiblidade de iniciar uma ação e tomar decisões; oportunidades de aprender com os especialistas; acesso fácil a informações e orientações escritas e sentimento geral de satisfação com o local de trabalho.
Citação ABNT:
ONÇA, S. S.; BIDO, D. S.; CARVALHO, A. D. S. C. Clima e Comportamentos de Aprendizagem Grupal. Organizações & Sociedade, v. 25, n. 86, p. 392-412, 2018.
Citação APA:
Onça, S. S., Bido, D. S., & Carvalho, A. D. S. C. (2018). Clima e Comportamentos de Aprendizagem Grupal. Organizações & Sociedade, 25(86), 392-412.
DOI:
10 .1590/1984-9250863
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http://www.spell.org.br/documentos/ver/49938/clima-e-comportamentos-de-aprendizagem-grupal/i/pt-br
Tipo de documento:
Artigo
Idioma:
Português
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