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Vol. 17 (2023): Resiliencia, valor de la innovación y sostenibilidad como ejes para la competitividad ISBN 978-607-96203-0-12

Relación de la adecuación y la previsión del futuro en un cambio organizacional en comercios del AMG

febrero 9, 2024


Esta investigación examina el efecto de la adecuación, y prever el futuro en un cambio organizacional, ya que tanto la adecuación, como prever el futuro, son factores que tienen una intervención ostensible en un cambio de cultura organizacional. Este trabajo examina la relación que existe entre la Previsión del futuro y un procedimiento de cambio organizacional. De este modo, el objetivo de este proyecto es determinar qué factores ejercen una influencia en un cambio organizacional, siendo su objeto de estudio comercios del Área Metropolitana de Guadalajara (AMG). Los hallazgos que se obtengan ayudarán a comprender de qué trata un cambio organizacional. Asimismo, cabe señalar que, para realizar este estudio, se dispuso desarrollar y emplear un cuestionario con preguntas cerradas, como herramienta de estudio, aplicado a empleados de las compañías que fueron objeto de un cambio organizacional. teniendo que haber sido parte de tal procedimiento de cambio organizacional, las personas entrevistadas.


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