Cultura organizacional en Brasil, Argentina y México: un estudio comparativo en la industria automotriz.
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Culture
Nacional Culture
Hofstede’s Cultural dimensions Cultura
Cultura Nacional
Dimensões de Cultura de HOfstede Cultura
Cultura Nacional
Dimensões de Cultura de Hofstede

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La Falce, J. L., Mesquita, S. R. de L., De Muylder, C. F., Silva, J. T. M., Verwaal, E., & Lima, V. L. C. (2021). Cultura organizacional en Brasil, Argentina y México: un estudio comparativo en la industria automotriz. Cuadernos Latinoamericanos De Administración, 16(31). https://doi.org/10.18270/cuaderlam.v16i31.3196

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Esta investigación tiene como objetivo comparar las dimensiones culturales de la industria automotriz en tres países, Brasil, Argentina, México y discutir el modelo de Hofstede. Se utilizaron dos técnicas de análisis, la primera descrita en el modelo de Hofstede y Minkov (2013) y la segunda utilizando la técnica estadística indicada por los críticos del modelo (McSweeney, 2013). Los resultados encontrados en las regiones de Brasil y México indican que en un mismo país pueden existir diferentes valores de dimensiones culturales. En cuanto a las críticas señaladas en la literatura sobre el modelo utilizado, este estudio encontró evidencia en línea con las críticas de que el modelo, aunque apunta a diferencias culturales, no se sustenta en diferencias estadísticamente significativas, para medir y comparar culturas entre países. Como contribución, este estudio indica la necesidad de que el modelo propuesto considere técnicas estadísticas robustas, muestreo probabilístico y técnicas de análisis estadístico comparativo para evitar errores de diagnóstico.

https://doi.org/10.18270/cuaderlam.v16i31.3196
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