Travessia de Fronteira e Aprendizagem: Um Estudo em Situações de 'Job Rotation' Outros Idiomas

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52001
Resumo:
O objetivo desse estudo foi compreender como indivíduos experienciam a aprendizagem no trabalho, e lançar luz sobre possíveis fatores que contribuem para um ambiente favorável à aprendizagem nas organizações. A abordagem fenomenográfica foi escolhida com a intenção de capturar a variação nas concepções de aprendizagem dos indivíduos. Os resultados revelaram três concepções: aprendizagem que resulta em mudança individual; aprendizagem que resulta em mudança da prática coletiva (rotina); e aprendizagem que resulta em inovação. Essas concepções foram explicadas por cinco dimensões: conceito de aprendizagem; motivadores da aprendizagem; conteúdo da aprendizagem; método da aprendizagem; obstáculos para aprendizagem; e significado da aprendizagem. Desvelar como diferentes experiências de aprendizagem geram diferentes níveis de impacto nas organizações e apresentar formas de facilitar o trânsito das concepções menos complexas para as mais complexas são as principais contribuições desse artigo.
Citação ABNT:
GUIMARÃES, M. I. P.; LUCENA, J.; ROCHA-PINTO, S. R. Boundary Crossing and Learning: A Study in 'Job Rotation' Situations . Revista Pensamento Contemporâneo em Administração, v. 12, n. 4, p. 39-55, 2018.
Citação APA:
Guimarães, M. I. P., Lucena, J., & Rocha-pinto, S. R. (2018). Boundary Crossing and Learning: A Study in 'Job Rotation' Situations . Revista Pensamento Contemporâneo em Administração, 12(4), 39-55.
DOI:
http://dx.doi.org/10.12712/rpca.v12i4.12616
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http://www.spell.org.br/documentos/ver/52001/travessia-de-fronteira-e-aprendizagem--um-estudo-em-situacoes-de--job-rotation-/i/pt-br
Tipo de documento:
Artigo
Idioma:
Inglês
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