Resiliencia organizacional: ideas para el debate en el contexto Ecuatoriano

Rugina Elidea Quiñonez, Máximo Prado-Solis

Resumen


La resiliencia ha surgido como un nuevo paradigma preferido entre las organizaciones para afrontar un mundo futuro de incertidumbre y cambio. La resiliencia organizacional es la capacidad de una organización para absorber y adaptarse en un entorno cambiante para que pueda cumplir sus objetivos y para sobrevivir y prosperar. En este documento se revisan los referentes conceptuales de la resiliencia organizacional; así como, sus constructos relacionados, modelos, estudios de casos, entre otros aspectos, que podrán servir de fundamentos para su aplicación en el contexto latinoamericano, y específicamente en el Ecuador. Entre los principales constructos asociados con la resiliencia organizacional, se destacan la innovación, la adversidad, el desempeño organizacional, el riesgo y la gestión de cambios, entre otros. La asociación de la resiliencia organizacional, con los sectores deprimidos, el desacuerdo por integrar iniciativas de gestión y conceptuales, y el poco desarrollo de investigaciones empíricas y de enfoque cuantitativo, se destacan entre las principales oportunidades para proyectos futuros.


Palabras clave


resiliencia organizacional; desempeño organizacional; gestión de riesgos.

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