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Escuelas e interpretaciones del pensamiento administrativo

  • Francisco Velásquez Vasquez

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    El artículo siguiente presenta el procesoevolutivo que ha tenido el pensamientoadministrativo a lo largo delsiglo XX. Se distinguen tres etapas yen cada etapa se identifica una escuelade pensamiento. Esas escuelas son:la escuela Clásica, que tuvo su desarrollodurante el período comprendidoentre 1900-1930, en el mundo occidentaly en los contextos culturalesde los Estados Unidos, Francia y Alemania.La escuela de las RelacionesHumanas y del Comportamiento, quesurge entre los años de 1930-1960 yfinalmente la escuela Holística queaparece a partir de 1960. Las dos últimasescuelas se han desarrolladocon mayor énfasis en el contexto norteamericano.Frente a cada escuelase describen los enfoques teóricos delos autores más representativos y seseñala la caracterización de su paradigma.Adicionalmente, se presentanlos cambios que posibilitaron el surgimientode las escuelas y el artículofinaliza con un análisis metafóricocomo instrumento interpretativopara las distintas escuelas de pensamiento.

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    Volume (Year): (2002)
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