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As duas faces da mudanca organizacional: planeada e emergente


  • Cunha, Miguel Pina e
  • Rego, Armenio


Este artigo argumenta que a analise da mudanga organizacional nco deve incidir apenas sobre a mudanga planeada (i.e., conduzida segundo um processo preestabelecido) mas tambim sobre a mudanga emergente (i.e., que se desenha de forma nco prevista, em resposta a problemas e especificidades locais). I a recorrente desatengco ` segunda componente que explica, por exemplo, a resistjncia em reconhecer `s mudangas improvisadas um papel central na renovagco organizacional. Este trabalho contrasta as vantagens e limitagues das duas formas de mudanga, e argumenta a necessidade de considerar o papel de ambas na gestco da mudanga organizacional

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  • Cunha, Miguel Pina e & Rego, Armenio, 2002. "As duas faces da mudanca organizacional: planeada e emergente," FEUNL Working Paper Series wp407, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Faculdade de Economia.
  • Handle: RePEc:unl:unlfep:wp407

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    mudanga; planeamento; emergjncia; improvisagco;


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