Análise Crítica da Pesquisa em Comportamento Informacional Segundo as Demandas da Empresa Intensiva em Conhecimento

  • José Osvaldo De Sordi Centro Universitário das Faculdades Metropolitanas Unidas
  • Marcia Carvalho de Azevedo Universidade Federal de São Paulo
  • Manuel Meireles Instituto de Ensino Campo Limpo Paulista S/C Ltda
Palavras-chave: Comportamento informacional. Gestão da informação. Trabalhador da informação. Trabalhador do conhecimento

Resumo

Empresas que fazem uso intensivo do recurso conhecimento (knowledge intensive firms ou KIF) demandam processo de gestão da informação abrangente e complexo, incluindo, por exemplo, atividades de aprendizagem e criação. Os modelos de comportamento informacional originários da Ciência da Informação, mais difundidos e utilizados para gestão da informação nas organizações,voltam-se a interesses pontuais do contexto das bibliotecas, como busca e seleção de informação. Esta pesquisa analisa as pesquisas científicas contemporâneas em comportamento informacional, verificando diversidade e integração dos comportamentos abordados com relação às atividades demandadas pelos processos de gestão da informação. Evidencia-se a carência de pesquisas científicas que analisem os comportamentos informacionais de forma ampla, diversificada e integrada, segundo as demandas do processo de gestão da informação praticado nas KIF. Além de apresentar essa lacuna/oportunidade para pesquisas científicas, apresenta-se um quadro descritivo dos conjuntos e subconjuntos de comportamentos informacionais que podem ser aplicados em modelos direcionados às KIF.

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Biografia do Autor

José Osvaldo De Sordi, Centro Universitário das Faculdades Metropolitanas Unidas
Docente-pesquisador do Programa de Mestrado em Administração do Centro Universitário das Faculdades Metropolitanas Unidas (FMU). Docente-pesquisador colaborador do Programa de Mestrado Profissional em Administração da FACCAMP.
Marcia Carvalho de Azevedo, Universidade Federal de São Paulo
Professora e coordenadora do curso de administração da Universidade Federal de São Paulo. Atua no curso de graduação e mestrado em Administração.
Manuel Meireles, Instituto de Ensino Campo Limpo Paulista S/C Ltda
Coordenador, pesquisador e professor do programa de mestrado profissional em administração da FACCAMP- Instituto Campo Limpo Paulista e professor conteudista da UNIP

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2015-09-25
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De Sordi, J. O., Azevedo, M. C. de, & Meireles, M. (2015). Análise Crítica da Pesquisa em Comportamento Informacional Segundo as Demandas da Empresa Intensiva em Conhecimento. RDBCI: Revista Digital De Biblioteconomia E Ciência Da Informação, 13(3), 504-525. https://doi.org/10.20396/rdbci.v13i3.8635775