Cambio Organizacional en el Discurso de la Realidad Laboral

Parra, Casilda; Graterol, Aura; Abreu, José Luis
November 2012
Revista Daena (International Journal of Good Conscience);nov2012, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p139
Academic Journal
Organizations have been the contextual medium in which human actions are inserted therein and labor relations oriented to the production of goods and provision of services. In this paper, we try to interpret and understand from a theoretical review, from classic and contemporary authors, aspects that reflect changes in the way that human beings have been organized in the production, when considering changes, new ways of organizing, different from the traditional, searching for flexible administrative processes. The unit of study is approached from the analytical categories such as: identity, teamwork, creativity and everyday knowledge for the construction of subjectivity between the individual and the organization in a different conformation of a dynamic system, no complex linear


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