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     Inicial Doutorado Disciplinas

CÓDIGO: CAD835

 

DISCIPLINA: ANÁLISE ORGANIZACIONAL

CARGA HORÁRIA: 60 horas/aula                04 CRÉDITOS

 

1. EMENTA

A disciplina adota contribuições teóricas interdisciplinares no sentido de tomar a constituição do sujeito/subjetividade como efeito dos modos de trabalhar e das práticas de gestão organizacional. Busca compreender a sociedade moderna como uma sociedade de organizações. Temas contemporâneos sobre a interação nas organizações, bem como sobre a relação entre organizações e sociedade: poder, liderança, controle e conflito; teoria institucional (questões iniciais, limites e institucionalismo histórico), teoria da ação social, ecologia organizacional e teorias de mudança (Tushman e Pettigrew). Além disso, busca ainda analisar a formação e dinâmica de campos organizacionais; novas formas organizacionais (teorias em rede) e o discurso como recurso estratégico.

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