Transformação de negócios: análise sob a perspectiva da metagestão / Business transformation: analysis from the perspective of meta-management

Marcus Vinicius Gonçalves da Silva, Márcia Valéria Marconi, Tiago Mendonça Scavone, Eliane Cavalheiro

Abstract


Este ensaio teórico objetiva discutir a Gestão de Transformação de Negócios (GTN) sob a perspectiva da metagestão, um conceito que abarca elementos orientadores e de reflexão para se criar um ambiente propício para que a transformação dos negócios seja bem-sucedida. A metagestão é pouco discutida na literatura tradicional, porém neste trabalho, com uma metodologia de natureza bibliográfica e descritiva, buscou-se na literatura internacional, o suporte teórico para que as discussões pudessem ser articuladas acerca da transformação dos negócios nas empresas. Os resultados evidenciam que a metagestão pode ser comparada às capacidades dinâmicas, pois abrange um conjunto de práticas necessário para a organização se recombinar e se revitalizar a fim de garantir sua eficácia de modo sustentável.


Keywords


Transformação de Negócios, Gestão, Organização, Metagestão.

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