TITLE

Interferencias en los flujos informacionales (IFIs): rescate y preservación de la cultura organizacional

AUTHOR(S)
Garcia, Regis; Fadel, Barbara
PUB. DATE
January 2010
SOURCE
Ibersid;2010, p211
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This is a theoretical reflection on the interferences in information flows and their implications on the organizational culture. The present work is aimed at contributing to the grounding and elaboration of the alignment process between individual perceptions and organization objectives, concomitantly to the retrieval and preservation of the organizational culture. The methodology is by literature review, and it demonstrates that any interference in information flows should be preceded by an analysis of the behaviour tendency of individuals coming from the organizational culture. It also concludes the this diagnosis allows a better efficacy of the interference process in information flows with direct implication on the process of retrieval and preservation of the organizational culture. In this manner, knowledge management is presented as a firm action to be implemented by organizations. It is suggested that should that new studies allow the expansion of the theoretical referential and that further empirical research is needed to evidence the implications of organizational culture in the process of knowledge management.
ACCESSION #
54321717

 

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