Rotinas – Uma Revisão Teórica

  • Rosiléia Milagres Fundação Dom Cabral
Palavras-chave: Rotinas. Padrões de comportamento. Papéis das rotinas. Características das rotinas. Regras.

Resumo

Este artigo tem por objetivo discutir o conceito de rotinas e apresentar os principais avanços na área. O debate a esse respeito – elemento central na teoria neoschumpeteriana – tem crescido, e vários autores, inclusive aqueles ligados a áreas correlatas, como estratégia de empresas, inovação e mudança organizacional, têm buscado maior entendimento sobre o conceito. Neste sentido, uma visita à literatura produzida nos últimos anos mostra-se como um importante ponto de partida. A primeira seção deste artigo apresenta o debate recente sobre o conceito de rotinas, classificando a literatura em três grandes interpretações. A seguir, discute-se sua origem, isto é, o seu fundamento micro e a perspectiva das rotinas no nível das empresas. Por fim, apresentam-se as principais discussões e contribuições recentes em termos teóricos e empíricos no que se refere aos seus papéis e características.

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Biografia do Autor

Rosiléia Milagres, Fundação Dom Cabral
Professora de Estratégia, Estratégia colaborativa, Governança colaborativa e Inovação da Fundação Dom Cabral. Doutora em Economia pelo Instituto de Economia da Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. Mestre em Economia pelo Centro de Desenvolvimento e Planejamento Regional da Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. Especialista em Administração Financeira pela Fundação Dom Cabral.

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2013-12-06
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Milagres, R. (2013). Rotinas – Uma Revisão Teórica. Revista Brasileira De Inovação, 10(1), 161-196. https://doi.org/10.20396/rbi.v10i1.8649013
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