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Cognition in Organizational Routines Research: a Systematic Review

Cognition in Organizational Routines Research: a Systematic Review

ALVES, Marlon Fernandes Rodrigues; ALVES, Amanda Fernandes Rodrigues; SOUZA JÚNIOR, Hélvio Antônio de; GALINA, Simone Vasconcelos Ribeiro;

Artigo Completo:

O objetivo deste estudo é descrever sistematicamente a pesquisa existente sobre a cognição na literatura de rotinas organizacionais e sugerir futuras oportunidades de pesquisa. Para alcançar esse objetivo, foi realizada uma revisão sistemática da literatura. Os estudos incluídos na revisão foram classificados e categorizados em seis dimensões: contexto da pesquisa, desenho da pesquisa, setor analisado, foco da pesquisa, abordagem da cognição e abordagem das rotinas. Os resultados mapeiam onde avanços na literatura ainda são necessários e o conflito de entendimentos entre acadêmicos. A principal contribuição deste estudo está ligada às recomendações que proporcionam oportunidades para pesquisas futuras.

Artigo Completo:

The objective of this study is to systematically describe the extant research on cognition in organizational routines literature and to suggest future research opportunities. To achieve this objective, a systematic literature review was conducted. The studies included in the revision were classified and categorized into six dimensions: research context, research design, sector analyzed, research focus, cognition approach, and routines approach. Results map where further advances in the literature are still needed and the conflict of understandings among scholars. The main contribution of this study is linked to the recommendations that provide opportunities for future research.

Palavras-chave: rotinas organizacionais, cognição gerencial, tomada de decisão, revisão de literatura,

Palavras-chave: organizational routines, managerial cognition, decision-making, literature review,

DOI: 10.5151/enei2017-22

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ALVES, Marlon Fernandes Rodrigues; ALVES, Amanda Fernandes Rodrigues; SOUZA JÚNIOR, Hélvio Antônio de; GALINA, Simone Vasconcelos Ribeiro; "Cognition in Organizational Routines Research: a Systematic Review", p. 388-404 . In: . São Paulo: Blucher, 2017.
ISSN 2357-7592, DOI 10.5151/enei2017-22

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