A INFLUÊNCIA DOS EXECUTIVOS NO DESEMPENHO ORGANIZACIONAL: UM ESTUDO BIBLIOMÉTRICO

Autores

  • Julio Cesar Volpp Sierra UNINOVE
  • Fernando Antonio Ribeiro Serra UNINOVE
  • Luiz Antonio de Carvalho Guerrazzi UNINOVE
  • Maria Candida Sotelino Torres

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.19177/reen.v12e1201950-69

Palavras-chave:

Executivos do desempenho Organizacional, Estudo bibliométrico e sociométrico, Managerial Discretion.

Resumo

Há 80 anos, a academia busca compreender assertivamente o papel dos executivos nas organizações. Pesquisadores intencionaram responder a esse problema e produziram artigos. Desta feita, este estudo objetiva identificar a magnitude da produção acadêmica internacional acerca do impacto dos executivos sobre o desempenho organizacional, por meio de estudo bilibométrico. Valendo-se das leis da Bilbiometria, identificou a atualidade do tema, com produção anual ascendente, em periódicos de alto fator de impacto: Strategic Management Journal,Academy of Management Journal eJournal of Management. Donald Hambrick emerge como grande autor seminal, inclusive para o construto managerial discretion. O presente estudo aponta duas possibilidades de estudos futuros.

Biografia do Autor

Julio Cesar Volpp Sierra, UNINOVE

Mestre em Administração - UNINOVE

Fernando Antonio Ribeiro Serra, UNINOVE

Doutor em Administração

Luiz Antonio de Carvalho Guerrazzi, UNINOVE

Doutor em Administração

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