Organizaciones públicas frente a cambios en su entorno: implicaciones de las capacidades de respuesta y de adaptación

dc.contributor.authorRentería, Césarspa 00:00:00 00:00:00
dc.description.abstractAl explorar la relación entre organizaciones públicas y entorno, la literatura en administración pública favorece la noción de que el entorno de dichas organizaciones es estático y, por lo tanto, la gestión efectiva se fundamenta en rutinas e instituciones que dotan de capacidad de respuesta ante eventos. En este artículo se argumenta que la capacidad de respuesta puede ser inefectiva ante cambios del entorno. El estudio de la relación entre organizaciones públicas y su entorno puede enriquecerse al considerar entornos dinámicos, especialmente para distinguir entre capacidades de respuesta y de adaptació
dc.description.abstractWhen exploring the relationship between public organizations and their environment, literature in public administration has favored the notion that the organization’s environment is static and, therefore, effective management is grounded in routines and institutions providing capabilities to respond to events. In this article, we argue that the capabilities to respond could become ineffective when facing changes in the environment. The study of the relationship between public organizations and their environment could be enriched by considering dynamic environments, specially to distinguish response from adaptation as different types of capabilities.eng
dc.publisherFacultad de Finanzas, Gobierno y Relaciones Internacionalesspa
dc.relation.citationeditionNúm. 30 , Año 2022 : Enero-Juniospa
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dc.subjectCrisis management;eng
dc.subjectorganizational change;eng
dc.subjectorganizational capabilities;eng
dc.subjectpublic administration;eng
dc.subjectextreme events;eng
dc.subjectinformation systemseng
dc.subjectgestión de crisis;spa
dc.subjectcambio organizacional;spa
dc.subjectcapacidades organizacionales;spa
dc.subjectadministración pública;spa
dc.subjecteventos extremos;spa
dc.subjectsistemas de informaciónspa
dc.titleOrganizaciones públicas frente a cambios en su entorno: implicaciones de las capacidades de respuesta y de adaptaciónspa
dc.title.translatedPublic organizations facing changes in their environment: implications of response and adaptation capabilitieseng
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dc.type.localJournal articleeng