Lo compartido culturalmente como elemento indispensable para el estudio de las prácticas de recursos humanos en las organizaciones mexicanas: un enfoque conceptual.

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  • Joel Mendoza Gómez uanl
  • Juan Rositas Martínez uanl

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https://doi.org/10.29105/rinn8.15-3

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Abstract. In this conceptual article, a group of cultural elements are offered to study the possible influence of the culture on human resources practices and on elements related with these practices. Theoretical elements of culture, of work culture, of organizational culture, and of work groups’ shared mental model are reviewed.

Key words: culture, cultural construction, language, situated culture, shared elements

Resumen. En este artículo conceptual, se presentan diversas perspectivas culturales para estudiar la influencia que puede tener la cultura en las prácticas de recursos humanos y en elementos que se relacionan con dichas prácticas. De esta manera se presentan aspectos teóricos de la cultura, enseguida, se revisan algunas características de la cultura laboral, posteriormente se repasan elementos de la cultura organizacional, y por último, se revisan planteamientos acerca del modelo mental de los grupos.

Palabras clave: cultura, construcción cultural, lenguaje, cultura situada, elementos compartidos.

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2017-12-07

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Mendoza Gómez, J., & Rositas Martínez, J. (2017). Lo compartido culturalmente como elemento indispensable para el estudio de las prácticas de recursos humanos en las organizaciones mexicanas: un enfoque conceptual. Revista Innovaciones De Negocios, 8(15). https://doi.org/10.29105/rinn8.15-3