Efectos del conocimiento compartido y la seguridad psicológica en la eficacia de los equipos de trabajo
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Aprendizaje organizacional
Empresas
Equipos de trabajo interdisciplinarios
Eficacia del equipo
Compartir conocimiento
seguridad psicológica del equipo

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Borda Arias, M. (2014). Efectos del conocimiento compartido y la seguridad psicológica en la eficacia de los equipos de trabajo. Criterio Libre, 12(20), 185-198. https://doi.org/10.18041/1900-0642/criteriolibre.2014v12n20.232

Resumen

Esta investigación se centró específicamente en establecer la relación que tienen las variables conductas de compartir conocimiento, seguridad psicológica y eficacia de los equipos de trabajo. Se utilizó una metodología cuantitativa, con un diseño descriptivo - correlacional; se trabajó con una muestra seleccionada intencionalmente, conformada por 200 participantes pertenecientes a 39 equipos de trabajo de 20 empresas ubicadas en la ciudad de Bogotá. El instrumento para medir las variables constó de 29 ítems y fue validado por cuatro jueces, presentando una alta consistencia interna (.939). Los resultados muestran correlaciones positivas y significativas entre las variables compartir conocimiento, seguridad psicológica y eficacia del equipo.

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