A influência da qualidade do conhecimento no comportamento do compartilhamento do conhecimento e na inovação em times de tecnologia da informação

Mírian Oliveira, Antonio C.G. Maçada, Carla Curado, Felipe Nodari

Resumo


O conhecimento, o comportamento do compartilhamento do conhecimento e a inovação são
considerados importantes para a obtenção de vantagem competitiva sustentável. O objetivo
desta pesquisa é identificar a influencia da qualidade do conhecimento na inovação,
mediada ou não pelo comportamento do compartilhamento do conhecimento. O método de
pesquisa adotado foi a survey. Os 240 instrumentos analisados foram coletados em times de
tecnologia da informação no Brasil, e analisados através da Modelagem de Equações
Estruturais. Os principais resultados obtidos foram: a qualidade do conhecimento influencia
a inovação, e a relação entre a qualidade do conhecimento e a inovação é parcialmente
mediada pelo comportamento do compartilhamento do conhecimento. Este resultado
contribui com a academia e também com os gestores, por mostrar que a qualidade do
conhecimento influencia tanto o comportamento do compartilhamento do conhecimento
quanto à inovação.


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