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dc.contributor.authorLa Falce, Jefferson Lopes
dc.contributor.authorde Laia Mesquita, Sander Rosa
dc.contributor.authorDe Muylder, Cristiana Fernandes
dc.contributor.authorMoreira Silva, Jersone Tasso
dc.contributor.authorVerwaal, Ernst
dc.contributor.authorCançado Lima, Vera Lucía
dc.date.accessioned2021-07-08T19:55:04Z
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dc.date.issued2021-02-02
dc.identifier.issn2248-6011spa
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12495/5921
dc.description.abstractEsta 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.spa
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dc.publisherUniversidad el Bosquespa
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dc.relation.urihttps://revistas.unbosque.edu.co/index.php/cuaderlam/article/view/3196/2885spa
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dc.subjectCulturaspa
dc.subjectCultura Nacionalspa
dc.subjectDimensiones culturales de Hofstedespa
dc.titleOrganizational Culture in Brazil, Argentina and Mexico: A Comparative Study in the Automotive Industryspa
dc.type.localArtículo de revistaspa
dc.subject.keywordsCulturespa
dc.subject.keywordsNational culturespa
dc.subject.keywordsHofstede's Cultural dimensionsspa
dc.identifier.doihttps://doi.org/10.18270/cuaderlam.v16i31.3196spa
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dc.publisher.journalUniversidad el Bosquespa
dc.contributor.orcidLa Falce, Jefferson Lopes [0000-0002-3293-2908]spa
dc.contributor.orcidDe Muylder, Cristiana Fernandes [0000-0002-0813-0999]spa
dc.contributor.orcidMoreira Silva, Jersone Tasso [0000-0002-9977-9207]spa
dc.contributor.orcidVerwaal, Ernst [0000-0001-8160-8904]spa
dc.contributor.orcidCançado Lima, Vera Lucía [0000-0003-4874-0553]spa
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dc.title.translatedCultura organizacional en Brasil, Argentina y México: un estudio comparativo en la industria automotrizspa
dc.description.abstractenglishThis research aims to compare the cultural dimensions of the automotive industry in three countries, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico and discuss Hofstede model. We use two techniques of analysis, the first being described in the model of Hofstede and Minkov (2013) and the second using the statistical technique indicated by critics of the model (McSweeney, 2013). The results found in regions of Brazil and Mexico indicate that in the same country exist different values of cultural dimensions. Regarding the critics indicated in the literature, this study found evidence in line with the critics that the model, although pointing to cultural differences, is not supported by statistically significant differences to measure and compare cultures between countries. As a contribution, this study indicates the need for the proposed model to consider robust statistical techniques, probabilistic sampling and comparative statistical analysis techniques to prevent misdiagnosis.spa
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