Impulsionando demandas e recursos para cultivar apoio para a mudança: Uma perspectiva integrativa

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Farhan Mehboob
Noraini Othman


Pesquisas anteriores sugerem que iniciativas de mudança do tipo bottom-up (ou de baixo para cima), conduzidas por indivíduos, são eficazes na obtenção de apoio a tal mudança. Essa constatação, entretanto, ainda carece de validação empírica no contexto das organizações públicas. Com base na teoria das demandas de recursos do trabalho (JD-R), o objetivo deste estudo é examinar o processo que contribui para traduzir a atuação comportamental positiva e o apoio à mudança, particularmente em organizações públicas. As descobertas do estudo são teórica e praticamente significativas porque fornecem novas percepções sobre os mecanismos comportamentais envolvidos no cultivo do apoio à mudança nas organizações públicas.


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MEHBOOB, F.; OTHMAN, N. Impulsionando demandas e recursos para cultivar apoio para a mudança: Uma perspectiva integrativa . RAE-Revista de Administração de Empresas, [S. l.], v. 63, n. 2, p. e2022–0100, 2023. DOI: 10.1590/S0034-759020230201. Disponível em: Acesso em: 31 maio. 2023.


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