Teorías del análisis y diseño organizacional: una revisión a los postulados contingentes y de la co-alineación estratégica

  • Diego Armando Marín-Idárraga Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano
  • Juan Carlos Cuartas-Marín Universidad Autónoma De Colombia
Palabras clave: Contingencia estructural, Co-alineación estratégica, Análisis organizacional, Diseño organizacional.

Resumen

El presente artículo realiza una revisión de las teorías de la contingencia estructural y la co-alineación estratégica, las cuales comprenden dos perspectivas medulares en el campo del análisis y diseño organizacional. Se concluye que desde que la teoría de sistemas superó la concepción clásica de la organización insular y cerrada, surgieron diversas corrientes investigativas considerando al ambiente como una de las variables más incidentes en los procesos organizacionales, entre ellas las denominadas teorías del ajuste, que explican a la organización como un fenómeno que se estructura de diferentes maneras según las diversas afectaciones que recibe del entorno y que alcanza su máximo desempeño cuando logra co-alinear sus factores endógenos con los factores situacionales exógenos.

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2014-06-30
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Marín-Idárraga, D., & Cuartas-Marín, J. (2014). Teorías del análisis y diseño organizacional: una revisión a los postulados contingentes y de la co-alineación estratégica. Revista Facultad De Ciencias Económicas, 22(1), 153-168. https://doi.org/10.18359/rfce.645
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