Reflexividade no ensino e pesquisa de estudos organizacionais

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https://doi.org/10.1590/S0034-759020200108

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Vivemos em um mundo onde estamos experimentando um número crescente de desastres ambientais, injustiça social, escândalos corporativos e lideranças com ética questionável. A questão que eu gostaria de abordar neste artigo é como nós podemos responder ou nos envolver proativamente com essas questões como educadores e pesquisadores. Uma abordagem é incentivar nossos alunos a se tornarem mais reflexivos como pesquisadores. Acredito que a reflexividade está se tornando um recurso cada vez mais importante nos Estudos Organizacionais. Definida como o questionamento de pressupostos, práticas, políticas etc., a reflexividade fornece uma forma alternativa de desenvolver abordagens mais críticas e responsáveis para nossas estratégias intelectuais e atividades práticas dentro do mundo acadêmico e corporativo. Começarei apresentando de maneira sucinta algumas das críticas à educação promovida por escolas de negócios e os desafios que enfrentamos como pesquisadores, e continuarei definindo e discutindo como a reflexividade pode nos ajudar a nos
envolvermos com essas críticas de modo produtivo.

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13-03-2020

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CUNLIFFE, A. L. Reflexividade no ensino e pesquisa de estudos organizacionais. RAE-Revista de Administração de Empresas, v. 60, n. 1, p. 64-69, 13 mar. 2020.

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