Práticas de gestão democrática como mediador da relação entre comprometimento e desempenho

Alba Couto Falcão Scheible, Antônio Virgílio Bittencourt Bastos
DOI: https://doi.org/10.21529/RECADM.20070601005

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Este artigo examina as relações existentes entre comprometimento com organização e carreira/profissão e desempenho, à luz das práticas organizacionais de gestão do comprometimento. Foi conduzido com profissionais que trabalham em uma organização de desenvolvimento de software, e contou com a participação de 104 sujeitos, representando aproximadamente 10% do corpo funcional. Os dados foram coletados em um sistema via internet, montado especialmente para a pesquisa e foram analisados no SPSS. A percepção das práticas de gestão reporta-se aos pactos efetuados entre profissionais e chefia como: visibilidade, forma e estrutura. Foi testada a confiabilidade das escalas utilizadas e realizada análise fatorial da escala de percepção do pacto. Todas as escalas apresentaram níveis elevados de confiabilidade. Os resultados das análises de regressão fortalecem a hipótese de que a relação comprometimento-desempenho é mediada por diversos fatores, identificando a estrutura democrática do pacto como preditora de desempenho, sendo, em contrapartida, influenciada pelo comprometimento.

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Cultural Diversity; Logistic; Multiculturalism


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