RECURSOS INFOCOMUNICACIONAIS PARA APRENDIZAGEM ORGANIZACIONAL

uma revisão crítica

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21728/p2p.2024v10n2e-6676

Palavras-chave:

Aprendizagem Organizacional, Informação, Conhecimento, Memória Organizacional

Resumo

Este artigo propõe avançar na promoção da aprendizagem organizacional por meio da integração dos processos e recursos dentro do ambiente organizacional. Para isso, é necessário considerar tanto as características intrínsecas de aprendizagem do ser humano, bem como as informações, conhecimentos, aspectos sociais e quanto aos processos e fatores organizacionais que influenciam na aprendizagem, como a prática dialógica reflexiva, liderança e memória organizacional. Com objetivo de verificar a evolução da literatura de aprendizagem com a utilização e reutilização dos recursos da empresa como todas as capacidades, processuais e atributos sociais, que constituem ativos tangíveis e intangíveis. Seguindo os passos de uma revisão crítica da literatura proposta por (Wright and Michailova, 2022) utilizando fontes de evidências, reunindo e fornecendo informações ricas para provocações construtivas. Por fim, apresentamos uma proposta teórico-metodológica de aprendizagem infocomunicacional a ser aprofundada, como fator valioso nas organizações que devem ser pensadas em sua totalidade, pois são recursos relevantes por serem características inerentes ao ser humano e às estruturas organizacionais.

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Biografia do Autor

  • Davi Jose de Souza da Silva, Unigranrio

    Pró-reitor de pós-graduação e pesquisa na Universidade do Grande Rio - UNIGRANRIO (2021-atual). Professor Adjunto I do Programa de Pós-graduação em Administração da Universidade do Grande Rio (2021-atual). Atuou como Líder nacional da área das Ciências Jurídicas da YDUQS (2020-2021). Exerceu a coordenação do Curso de Direito da Faculdade FACI Wyden (2016-2020). É Doutor em Filosofia pela Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina - UFSC (2012-2017) com Estágio de Pesquisa no Justitia Amplificata - Advanced Centre, na Goethe Universität, Frankfurt do Meno, Alemanha (2014). Mestre em Direito com ênfase em Direitos Humanos pela Universidade Federal do Pará - UFPA (2006-2008). Especialista em Prática Avançada Empresarial (2020-2021) e MBA em Gestão Escolar (2017-2020), ambos pela Faculdade IBMEC de São Paulo e Instituto Damásio de Direito. Graduação em Direito pela Universidade da Amazônia - UNAMA (2001-2005)

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FINAMOR, Márcio da Silva; SILVA, Davi Jose de Souza da. RECURSOS INFOCOMUNICACIONAIS PARA APRENDIZAGEM ORGANIZACIONAL: uma revisão crítica . P2P E INOVAÇÃO, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, v. 10, n. 2, p. e-6676, 2024. DOI: 10.21728/p2p.2024v10n2e-6676. Disponível em: https://revista.ibict.br/p2p/article/view/6676.. Acesso em: 16 jun. 2024.

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