Organizations face their work in a rapidly changing environment, where globalization, technological advances, and the generation, management, and transfer of knowledge have become fundamental processes for competitiveness. This VUCA environment forces entities to readjust continuously. This implies attracting and retaining people with adequate and sufficient skills to work in this context and committing to management models based on leadership that contributes, as never before, to giving visibility, voice, participation, and well-being to its members. In the conviction, demonstrated by recent literature, the most satisfied collaborators are the most productive. This study is of an empirical, exploratory, and transversal nature, in which, firstly, the degree of conformity with individual capacities of the new leader is tested among personnel managers in organizations in the Bay of Algeciras Arch. Secondly, it is analyzed whether these opinions are related to specific socio-demographic characteristics of the respondents.
Degree Of Conformity Managers In Organizations Transfer Of Knowledge Personnel Managers Technological Advances Adequate Skills Management Of Knowledge Generation Of Knowledge Exploratory Nature Specific Characteristics
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