Motivadores ao Compartilhamento de Conhecimento Tácito em Organizações Intensivas em Conhecimento

Patrícia Fernanda Dorow, Dorzeli Salete Trzeciak, Gregório Jean Varvakis Rados
DOI: https://doi.org/10.21529/RECADM.2018015

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O objetivo dessa pesquisa é evidenciar os motivadores no compartilhamento do conhecimento tácito, de acordo com a percepção de radiologistas integrantes de grupos de trabalhos de organizações intensivas em conhecimento. É uma pesquisa aplicada, com abordagem qualitativa e, ainda, descritiva. Como procedimento técnico para a sua realização, utilizou-se o estudo multicaso, tendo como universo de pesquisa três organizações intensivas em conhecimento de Santa Catarina. Para a coleta de dados utilizou-se a observação e entrevistas, procedendo à análise dos dados, orientada pela análise temática. Os resultados contribuem para o avanço da teoria existente e apontam que o quando o indivíduo percebe um ambiente favorável ao compartilhamento do conhecimento, onde é reconhecido pelo seu conhecimento, ele é motivado a compartilhar, pois identifica oportunidades de aprender ao discutir casos desafiadores com seus colegas por meio de práticas que são efetivas devido às características peculiares dos grupos e da percepção que os mesmos possuem da ação de compartilhar conhecimento tácito. Conclui-se que o feedback direto e práticas apropriadas, como revisão por pares, storytelling, mapa de conhecimentos e mentoring agem na criação de um comportamento recíproco de cooperação e pertencimento, favorecendo o compartilhamento de conhecimento tácito.


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conhecimento; compartilhamento do conhecimento tácito; aprendizagem organizacional; motivação


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