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How do learning culture and dynamic capability interfere with team performance?

Como cultura de aprendizagem e capacidade dinâmica interferem na performance de times?

Rodrigo Valio Dominguez Gonzalez

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Abstract

Abstract:: This study investigates the effects of the relationship between the learning culture and the dynamic capability and performance of manufacturing teams in the industrial sector. Several studies propose that dynamic capability is capable of improving the organizational and financial performance of companies, however, little research is focused on simultaneously analyzing the relationship between dynamic capability and learning culture and manufacturing teamwork performance. This study is based on a survey of 201 companies in the Brazilian industrial sector with manufacturing teams, using the partial least squares (PLS) approach to develop structural equation modeling for data analysis. The results indicate that the dynamic capability has a strong positive influence on the team's performance and that, although the learning culture is not directly related to the performance, they offer contributions mediated by the dynamic capability.

Keywords

Teamwork, Dynamic capability, Team performance, Learning, Industrial sector

Resumo

Resumo:: Este estudo investiga os efeitos da relação entre a cultura de aprendizagem e a capacidade dinâmica e a performance de equipes de manufatura do setor industrial. Diversos estudos propõem que a capacidade dinâmica é capaz de melhorar o desempenho organizacional e financeiro das empresas, entretanto, poucas pesquisas são focadas em analisar simultaneamente a relação entre a capacidade dinâmica e a cultura de aprendizagem e a performance de equipes de trabalho de manufatura. Este estudo é baseado em uma pesquisa survey com 201 empresas do setor industrial brasileiro com equipes de manufatura, utilizando-se a abordagem de mínimos quadrados parciais (PLS) para desenvolver a modelagem de equações estruturais para a análise dos dados. Os resultados indicam que a capacidade dinâmica exerce forte influência positiva no desempenho da equipe e, ainda, que, embora a cultura de aprendizagem não tenha relação direta com o desempenho, oferecem contribuições mediadas pela capacidade dinâmica.
 

Palavras-chave

Trabalho em equipe, Capacidade dinâmica, Performance de time, Aprendizagem, Setor industrial

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