Microfundamentos da Capacidade Absortiva: Uma Discussão Teórica sobre o Tema Outros Idiomas

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58489
Resumo:
A maneira que a absorção de conhecimento externo ocorre pelas organizações e a forma com que tratam este fenômeno para converter em vantagens competitivas no mercado em que atuam, nos remete para o envolvimento de pessoas, processos e estruturas, consequentemente para o estudo da capacidade absortiva por meio dos microfundamentos. Muitas empresas falham em conseguir aproveitar o conhecimento externo, dependendo das pessoas que compõem a organização, já que os indivíduos dependem de motivação para aproveitar e converter estes conhecimentos em ações. O presente artigo apresenta uma análise a respeito do conceito dos microfundamentos da capacidade absortiva, envolvendo suas três dimensões. Por meio de uma revisão bibliográfica do tema, foi possível evidenciar que o estudo dos microfundamentos compreende as características comportamentais das empresas e consequentemente influência no seu desempenho. As conclusões remetem para a necessidade de compreender os indivíduos, suas escolhas e suas habilidades. Como pesquisas futuras, sugere-se verificar de que forma a influência dos desempenhos passados contribuem para a execução de rotinas organizacionais futuras.
Citação ABNT:
TUTIDA, A. Y.; POSSAMAI, C. T. N.; BARCELOS, R. L.; ROSSETTO, C. R. Microfoundations of Absorptive Capacity: A Theoretical Discussion about the Theme. Revista Eletrônica Científica do CRA-PR, v. 6, n. 2, p. 1-15, 2019.
Citação APA:
Tutida, A. Y., Possamai, C. T. N., Barcelos, R. L., & Rossetto, C. R. (2019). Microfoundations of Absorptive Capacity: A Theoretical Discussion about the Theme. Revista Eletrônica Científica do CRA-PR, 6(2), 1-15.
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Artigo
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