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La gestión de recursos humanos enfocada en la calidad total y la innovación

  • Jesús Perdomo


  • Oswaldo Heredia
  • Carlos Valencia
  • Javier González y Jesús Galende
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    Los mejores resultados en innovación se han asociado a la existencia de un mejor recurso humano. Ahora bien, la investigación reciente se ha preocupado por precisar los efectos de la gestión de dicho recurso sobre la innovación. Este trabajo avanza en esta dirección y estudia la relación entre la gestión de recursos humanos con enfoque en la calidad total y la innovación. A partir de un ejercicio empírico sobre 101 empresas industriales radicadas en Colombia se confirmó una relación directa, en particular del trabajo en equipo, pero no se encontró un efecto moderador de laorientación estratégica hacia la innovación.

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    Paper provided by UNIVERSIDAD JAVERIANA - BOGOTÁ in its series VNIVERSITAS ECONÓMICA with number 008303.

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    Date of creation: 31 Mar 2011
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    Handle: RePEc:col:000416:008303
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