Proposta de uma matriz de correspondência entre indicadores de incertezas do ambiente organizacional e da governança relacional em redes

Maria Carolina Arruda, Ernesto Michelangelo Giglio, Augusto Cézar D'arruda

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Investiga-se a proposição de correspondência entre as incertezas do ambiente organizacional e a construção social da governança relacional, definindo-se governança relacional como mecanismos de controle e defesa contra as incertezas. Foram investigadas duas redes de Cuiabá, e os dados sustentaram a proposição. Os benefícios teóricos e metodológicos são apresentar uma matriz operacional de pesquisa com um quadro de indicadores confiáveis, e o benefício gerencial é apontar distintas formas de gestão nos dois casos.

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redes; governança relacional; incertezas ambientais organizacionais.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.20435/inter.v0i0.1703

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