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DOI: 10.1016/j.rausp.2016.12.003
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Abstract: Recebido em 09.06.2014 | Aceite final em 04.09.2015 | Nota: este artigo foi aceito pelo Editor Jorge Eduardo Scarpin e passou por uma avaliação double blind review A reprodução dos artigos, total ou parcial, pode ser feita desde que citada a fonte. RESUMO Este trabalho tem por objetivo analisar o processo de avaliação de desempenho realizado em pequenas e médias empresas, especificamente em concessionárias de máquinas e implementos agrícolas, com base nos elementos-chave apresentados por Waggoner, Neely e Kenn… Show more

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“…In comparison with other enterprises, new firms encountered more uncertainties and the acquisition of knowledge and resources required organizational loop learning; the learning-oriented cultural atmosphere therefore became extremely important for new firms (Hung, Yang, Lien, Mclean, & Kuo, 2010). To fulfill the development, new firms had to absorb and cultivate new knowledge through commitment to learning, allowing the employees sharing the responsibility with the enterprise through organizational vision, advancing the devotion, and contributing new ideas with creative and open mind to enhance the capability of the organization adapting to external environment (Gomes & Wojahn, 2017).…”
Section: Effects Of Learning Orientation On Dynamic Capabilitymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In comparison with other enterprises, new firms encountered more uncertainties and the acquisition of knowledge and resources required organizational loop learning; the learning-oriented cultural atmosphere therefore became extremely important for new firms (Hung, Yang, Lien, Mclean, & Kuo, 2010). To fulfill the development, new firms had to absorb and cultivate new knowledge through commitment to learning, allowing the employees sharing the responsibility with the enterprise through organizational vision, advancing the devotion, and contributing new ideas with creative and open mind to enhance the capability of the organization adapting to external environment (Gomes & Wojahn, 2017).…”
Section: Effects Of Learning Orientation On Dynamic Capabilitymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This viewpoint is considered as one of the most understandable definitions of organizational learning (OL) by Argyris andSchön in 1978. Gomes andWojahn (2017) stated that OL enables to establish, ascribe and encompass understanding and knowledge. It will likewise develop organizational effectiveness and functionality by boosting the utilization of the limitless expertise of their employee members.…”
Section: Organizational Learning In the Landscape Of Crisis Managementmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Firms innovate in order to adjust to the needs and preferences of customers and also be able to learn new knowledge for prudent management of their resources. This is because innovation culture happens in response to change in the internal and external environment (Gomes & Wojahn, 2017). The relationship between leadership and innovation could be more complex than what was previously imagined.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%