La organización como sistema complejo: implicaciones para la conceptualización del liderazgo
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Palabras clave

Sistemas adaptativos complejos
liderazgo
complejidad
emergencia
autoorganización Adaptive complex systems
leadership
complexity
emergency
serf-organization Sistemas adaptativos complexos
liderança
complexidade
emergência
auto organização es systèmes adaptatifs complexes
le leadership
la complexité
l’émergence
l’auto-organisation

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CONTRERAS TORRES, F., BARBOSA RAMÍREZ, D., & CASTRO RÍOS, G. A. (2017). La organización como sistema complejo: implicaciones para la conceptualización del liderazgo. Criterio Libre, 10(16), 193–206. https://doi.org/10.18041/1900-0642/criteriolibre.2012v10n16.1179

Resumen

Se revisaro n las implicaciones que tiene para el liderazgo el pasar de una visión convencional, en la que la organización se asemeja a una máquina y es función del líder promover su estabilidad y decidir el camino, a los recientes adelantos en los que la organización se asume como un sistema complejo que a través de la autoorganización logra generar nuevas formas que le permiten adaptarse. Esta perspectiva involucra profundos cambios en el concepto de liderazgo, menos centrado en el líder y más en los procesos de liderazgo que emergen en el sistema como producto de la interacción entre agentes. A través de un liderazgo colaborativo, los líderes deben llevar a la organización a estados lejos del equilibrio, para promover el aprendizaje y la innovación, aspectos esenciales para la perdurabilidad empresarial.

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