Associações entre características de organizações híbridas e elementos contextuais de resiliência organizacional

Hélida Norato, Anderson Ribeiro Duarte
DOI: https://doi.org/10.21529/RECADM.2020018

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Estudos recentes apontam que a gestão de organizações híbridas enfrenta desafios para viabilizar a conciliação de lógicas concorrentes. Sendo assim, este estudo identifica características singulares de organizações híbridas, apresenta um mapa conceitual desenvolvido através de uma estratégia concept-centric para sistematizar novas relações entre dimensões e características sigulares, além de propor um modelo processual que descreve associações entre características singulares de organizações híbridas com elementos contextuais de resiliência organizacional. Foi possível verificar que as características singulares utilizadas no mapa conceitual reforçam processos capazes de contribuir para resiliência organizacional. Os resultados apresentam uma perspectiva de associação dos elementos contextuais da resiliência organizacional com três características de organizações híbridas: (i) missão, benefícios e impactos pretendidos; (ii) impacto social; (iii) governança e parcerias. Detectou-se nessas características um potencial desenvolvedor de dimensões capazes de auxiliar para resiliência organizacional, assim como um forte senso de propósito. Ademais, valores fundamentais como integração, interdependência e cooperação ficaram evidentes dentre as dimensões sob investigação.


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organizações híbridas; resiliência organizacional; lógicas concorrentes


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