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Las variables latentes como el núcleo del proceso de selección en la teoría evolucionista

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  • Juan Jose Jardon
  • Adolfo Garcia
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    Este trabajo destaca que el proceso de selección en una organización implica, por una parte, el papel de las variables latentes VL y, por otra, el proceso que recae sobre ellas para cambiar o modificar la trayectoria técnica y social TTS. Lo que se destaca en este estudio es que el proceso de selección como concepto netamente evolucionista, puede bien introducirse para un aprovechamiento del modelo de Holland para capturar aquello que no se logra reconocer. La contribución que se hace en este trabajo es que la actividad del empresariado en las organizaciones puede reflejarse con mayor profundidad mediante un modelo de Holland, al permitir la introducción de prerrutinas, de las VL y de la concepción de la organización como el mantenimiento de su propia TTS. En él destaca bien la importancia de las VL en el proceso de selección.

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    Paper provided by University of Santiago de Compostela. Faculty of Economics and Business. Econometrics. in its series Economic Development with number 118.

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    Length: 22 pages
    Date of creation: 2011
    Handle: RePEc:eaa:ecodev:118
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