A Gestão do Conhecimento holística: análise de aderência do modelo de Moscoso-Zea, Luján-Mora, Cáceres and Schweimanns model

Fábio Corrêa, Dárlinton Barbosa Feres Carvalho, Renata de Souza França, Jurema Suely de Araújo Nery Ribeiro

Resumo


O paradigma holístico tem sido apontado há anos como uma abordagem a ser considerada no desenvolvimento de frameworks de Gestão do Conhecimento (GC). O modelo Moscoso-Zea, Luján-Mora, Cáceres e Schweimanns é uma estrutura de GC desenvolvida recentemente, que citou estudos que demarcam a Gestão do Conhecimento Holística (HKM). O objetivo desta pesquisa é analisar a aderência desse framework ao HKM a fim de discernir se a gestão proposta por esse foi considerada mediante ao paradigma holístico. A análise é desenvolvida por meio de procedimentos metodológicos mistos, que se valem da Análise de Conteúdo qualitativa e da abordagem quantitativa. Os resultados mostram que o framework analisado adere parcialmente ao HKM, revelando a necessidade de desenvolver novos modelos que considerem todas as dimensões dessa gestão em conjunto. Esta pesquisa contribui ao tecer uma visão que ajusta a GC ao paradigma holístico e ao propor um método que permite a análise de frameworks mediante a essa perspectiva. A análise de outros modelos, considerando os procedimentos adotados neste estudo, é uma sugestão para pesquisas futuras. Assim, outros estudos podem considerar os achados desta pesquisa para o desenvolvimento de estruturas que englobem a GC em sua totalidade no âmbito organizacional.


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Gestão do conhecimento; Paradigma holístico; Gestão do conhecimento holística; Moscoso-Zea, Luján-Mora, Cáceres e Schweimanns; Análise de conteúdo.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22279/navus.2021.v11.p01-12.1492

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