Participação das empresas no desenvolvimento da sustentabilidade nas comunidades locais: uma revisão de literatura Outros Idiomas

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61115
Resumo:
Observa-se na literatura mundial que a sustentabilidade vem recebendo nos últimos anos um interesse significativo de diversos pesquisadores que revelaram vários resultados relacionados às organizações, seus stakeholders e a comunidade local. Este artigo tem como objetivo evidenciar as características da literatura de sustentabilidade que envolvem as organizações e o desenvolvimento da comunidade local, oferecendo ao leitor um olhar apurado e formal acerca das principais tendências de pesquisa, palavras-chave, autores, entre outras informações bibliométricas. Para tal, realizou-se uma revisão sistemática de literatura operacionalizada a partir do Methodi Ordinatio, que orientou a busca, coleta, seleção e leitura sistemática de 28 artigos completos disponíveis nas bases de dados Scopus e Web of Science. Entre os resultados obtidos enfatiza-se a importância do relacionamento entre a organização e stakeholders, principalmente o envolvimento da comunidade. A análise usando a abordagem das partes interessadas não apenas criará uma avaliação holística do processo, mas também ajudará a promover um senso de propriedade do programa de envolvimento da comunidade. Conclui-se que o engajamento entre empresa e comunidade traz benefícios para ambas as partes e contribui para o desenvolvimento comunitário.
Citação ABNT:
FRANCO, L. S.; SOARES, S.; DOLIVEIRA, S. L. D.; SANTOS, E. A. D. Companies participation in developing sustainability in local communities: a literature review. Desenvolvimento em Questão, v. 18, n. 53, p. 166-182, 2020.
Citação APA:
Franco, L. S., Soares, S., Doliveira, S. L. D., & Santos, E. A. D. (2020). Companies participation in developing sustainability in local communities: a literature review. Desenvolvimento em Questão, 18(53), 166-182.
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Tipo de documento:
Artigo
Idioma:
Inglês
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