Articulação Entre as Características Organizacionais Internas e o Desempenho da Empresa: Análise das Dimensões do GPTW e do VRIO

José G. Vargas-Hernández, Francia Contreras Garcia

Resumo


O seguinte artigo discute os modelos Doutor Jay Barney Autor do artigo: “Recursos firme e vantagem competitiva sustentada” e Robert Levering, autor de “A Great Place to Work”, lidando com as características internas de empresas e como eles impacto sobre o desempenho dele. Analisamos as dimensões de valor, raridade, imitação e uso do modelo VRIO Dr. Jay Barney e tamanho do Respeito, Credibilidade, Imparcialidade, Orgulho e Camaradagem através do Modelo de confiança Robert Levering, como indicadores de desempenho da empresa. Este documento descreve conceitualmente argumentos teóricos destes autores, porque as organizações precisam se concentrar em suas características internas, a fim de melhorar seu desempenho. A hipótese é que as características internas da organização e seu impacto gestão do desempenho da empresa. As características internas, propostas por esses autores, determinam a eficiência e eficácia de uma empresa.


Palavras-chave


Características internas; Performance cultura organizacional; Companhia

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18256/2237-7956.2018.v8i2.2990

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