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COMPETITIVIDAD GLOBAL

Vol. 15 Núm. 15 (2021): Reinventándose para la competitividad PostCovid19 ISBN 978-607-96203-0-10

Precursores del potencial de resiliencia organizacional; en empresas de TIC en MTY durante la crisis ocasionada por el SARS-COV-2

  • Irving Alberto Varela Bedoya
  • Joel Mendoza Gómez
  • Werner Horacio Varela Castro
Enviado
March 14, 2022
Publicado
2022-03-29

Resumen

En la actualidad la crisis ocasionada por el SARS-COV-2 ha generado información sobre el
comportamiento de las empresas de Tecnologías de la Información y comunicación (TIC). Que
durante esta crisis han aumentado sus ventas e impulsado su capitalización en el mercado bursátil,
debido al impulso al trabajo remoto y la educación a distancia. Bajo estas circunstancias el objetivo
a investigar es determinar ¿cuáles son los precursores del potencial de resiliencia organizacional en
las empresas de TIC en Monterrey Nuevo León y su área metropolitana? Mediante el análisis de las
relaciones entre la planeación estratégica, el aprendizaje organizacional y el potencial de resiliencia
organizacional. Para lo cual se aplicó un instrumento de elaboración a 126 empresas como muestra,
lo que permitió obtener como resultado que: la planeación estratégica si influye positivamente en el
potencial de resiliencia organizacional, al igual que en la cultura de empoderamiento y el
aprendizaje organizacional.

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