Comportamiento organizacional positivo: Implicaciones para la organización actual
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Comportamiento organizacional positivo
Organizaciones saludables
Psicología positiva

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Fierro Ulloa, I. (2013). Comportamiento organizacional positivo: Implicaciones para la organización actual. Saber, Ciencia Y Libertad, 8(2), 103-111. https://doi.org/10.18041/2382-3240/saber.2013v8n2.1908

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El propósito de este estudio fue describir el concepto de Comportamiento Organizacional Positivo (COP) y analizar sus posibilidades de aplicación al desarrollo de las organizaciones actuales, inmersas en entornos altamente inciertos. Lo anterior supone formas distintas de dirección, y la aproximación desde el COP puede ofrecer un valor diferencial Se analizaron algunos conceptos que hacen parte de esta aproximación como son el engagement, el bienestar, el flow, el empoderamiento y la motivación. Se discuten las oportunidades que el COP como perspectiva de abordaje puede ofrecer a las organizaciones y se enfatiza en la importancia de continuar desarrollando investigaciones en esta área.

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