Análise de Estilos Cognitivos de Gestores Aplicados a um Empreendimento de Engenharia Outros Idiomas

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52254
Resumo:
Este artigo busca avaliar o estilo cognitivo de gerentes de empresas distintas, que compuseram um time de engenharia para realizar um empreendimento. Para tal, utilizou-se a escala REI - Rational Experiential Inventory (PACINI; EPSTEIN, 1999) que estabelece a preferência cognitiva individual entre racional e intuitivo. O objeto de análise atende aos apelos da academia para disseminação da escala, pela sua robustez teórica e empírica. A metodologia, de caráter descritivo, utilizou um questionário que foi direcionado a 15 respondentes da alta, média e baixa gerência de 8 empresas distintas que participaram do empreendimento de engenharia. Os resultados apontaram, para gerentes de engenharia com estilos mais racionais. Porém os estilos cognitivos identifi cados na equipe mostraram-se tanto racionais quanto intuitivos, como recomendam as pesquisas empíricas, isto é, formem equipes versáteis. Esses resultados corroboram estudos que demostraram ser útil conhecer o estilo cognitivo, pois permite adequar equipe de acordo com a tarefa executada e implica em melhores tomadas de decisões nas organizações.
Citação ABNT:
MACIEL, P. R.; FALCE, J. L.; SANTOS, M. F. Análise de Estilos Cognitivos de Gestores Aplicados a um Empreendimento de Engenharia . Amazônia, Organizações e Sustentabilidade, v. 7, n. 2, p. 7-24, 2018.
Citação APA:
Maciel, P. R., Falce, J. L., & Santos, M. F. (2018). Análise de Estilos Cognitivos de Gestores Aplicados a um Empreendimento de Engenharia . Amazônia, Organizações e Sustentabilidade, 7(2), 7-24.
DOI:
http://dx.doi.org/10.17800/2238-8893/aos.v7n2jul/dez2018p7-24
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http://www.spell.org.br/documentos/ver/52254/analise-de-estilos-cognitivos-de-gestores-aplicados-a-um-empreendimento-de-engenharia-/i/pt-br
Tipo de documento:
Artigo
Idioma:
Português
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