PATHS AND PERSPECTIVES FOR COMBATING COVID-19 IN ORGANIZATIONS

TRAJETÓRIAS E PERSPECTIVAS DE ENFRENTAMENTO AO COVID-19 NAS ORGANIZAÇÕES

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https://doi.org/10.33362/visao.v12i2.3290

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Organizational Studies, COVID-19, Meta-analysis, Schedule, Good practices

Resumo

Abstract: The study aimed to identify trends addressed in the scientific literature on trajectories and perspectives for confronting and mitigating the effects of COVID-19 in public and private organizations. This study had a descriptive approach, as a means, and was developed through a qualitative meta-analysis of results with the objective of theoretical development. In addition, the QSR NVivoTM software was used for cluster analysis. As a result, the managerial contribution of this research lies in the taxonomy of adaptation/survival practices raised both in the context of public and private organizations and in the proposition of good practices for organizations during periods of crisis. The research signaled strong implications in the area of public health, when organizations must understand the effects of the pandemic on the coordination and planning of actions, as it involves sharing lessons learned, the creation of action plans and the use of projection techniques, management knowledge and information, and the strengthening of transnational multilateral organizations. In the private sector, organizations must rethink their innovation path, their ability to enter healthcare supply chains, their strategies that influence consumers' online purchasing behavior, among others. The restrictions imposed by countries due to the pandemic caused economic, political, social and cultural instabilities that affected organizations, with consequences to this day, since crisis scenarios are part of societies. The taxonomy of good practices is therefore important for times of crisis and as a strategy for systematizing good practices.

Keywords: Organizational Studies. COVID-19. Meta-analysis. Schedule. Good practices.

 

Resumo: O estudo teve como objetivo identificar tendências abordadas na literatura científica sobre trajetórias e perspectivas de enfrentamento e mitigação dos efeitos do COVID-19 em organizações públicas e privadas. Este estudo teve abordagem descritiva, enquanto meio, e foi desenvolvido por meio de uma metanálise qualitativa de resultados com o objetivo de desenvolvimento teórico. Em complemento, houve o uso do software QSR NVivoTM, para a análise de clusters. Como resultados, a contribuição gerencial desta pesquisa está na taxonomia de práticas de adaptação/sobrevivência levantadas tanto no contexto das organizações públicas quanto das privadas e na proposição de boas práticas das organizações para períodos de crise. A pesquisa sinalizou fortes implicações na área de saúde pública, quando as organizações devem compreender os efeitos da pandemia na coordenação e planejamento de ações, pois envolve o compartilhamento de lições aprendidas, a criação de planos de ação e o uso de técnicas de projeção, gestão do conhecimento e da informação, e o fortalecimento de organizações multilaterais transnacionais. No setor privado as organizações devem repensar o seu percurso em inovação, a sua capacidade de ingresso nas cadeias de suprimento da saúde, as suas estratégias que influenciam o comportamento de compra online dos consumidores, entre outras. As restrições impostas pelos países devido à pandemia causaram instabilidades econômicas, políticas, sociais e culturais que atingiram as organizações, com reflexos até os dias atuais, uma vez que cenários de crise são parte das sociedades. A taxonomia de boas práticas é importante, portanto, para tempos de crise e como estratégia de sistematização de boas práticas.

Palavras-chave: Estudos Organizacionais; COVID-19; Metanálise; Agenda; Boas práticas.

Biografia do Autor

AHIRAM BRUNNI CARTAXO DE CASTRO, Instituto Federal do Rio Grande do Norte - IFRN

Doctor in Administration from the Potiguar University

Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Rio Grande do Norte

Rafael Fernandes de Mesquita, Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology (IFPI) of the State of Piauí

Doctor in Administration from the Potiguar University

Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology (IFPI) of the State of Piauí

Cristine Hermann Nodari, Potiguar University

Doctor in Administration from the Catholic Pontifical University of the State of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, and from the University of Caxias do Sul

Potiguar University

Arthur William Pereira da Silva, Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of the State of Ceará (IFCE)

Doctor in Administration from the Potiguar University

Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of the State of Ceará (IFCE), Brazil

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CARTAXO DE CASTRO, A. B.; MESQUITA, R. F. de; NODARI, C. H.; PEREIRA DA SILVA, A. W. PATHS AND PERSPECTIVES FOR COMBATING COVID-19 IN ORGANIZATIONS: TRAJETÓRIAS E PERSPECTIVAS DE ENFRENTAMENTO AO COVID-19 NAS ORGANIZAÇÕES. Revista Visão: Gestão Organizacional, Caçador (SC), Brasil, v. 12, n. 2, p. e3290-e3290, 2023. DOI: 10.33362/visao.v12i2.3290. Disponível em: https://periodicos.uniarp.edu.br/index.php/visao/article/view/3290. Acesso em: 20 jul. 2024.

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