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Desarrollo Organizacional e Inteligencia Organizacional. Bibliografía: "Organizaciones Transnacionales (las influencias transculturales)" (página 2)




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Esperamos que los lectores de habla hispana pertenecientes a nuestra importante cultura latinoamericana puedan apreciar en este modesto trabajo Bibliográfico la importancia que le han prestado estudiosos, académicos, practitioners y empresarios a las Ciencias del Comportamiento y a la profesión de Desarrollo Organizacional. Las contribuciones de personalidades de China y la India han sido crecientes en las últimas 3 décadas, ganando reconocimiento no solo dentro de sus países, sino también dentro de los países más desarrollados.

Es nuestro deseo que este trabajo bibliográfico sirva de inspiración a los más altos directivos de organizaciones como así también a empresarios dentro de Latinoamérica para hacer uso de lo que se sabe dentro de las Ciencias del Comportamiento y la Profesión de Desarrollo Organizacional, para crear organizaciones competitivas a nivel planetario que permitan generar trabajo genuino dentro de nuestras comunidades.

Los regalos que los trabajadores puedan recibir en materia de dinero únicamente, no son suficientes para satisfacer las necesidades más vitales de supervivencia que ellos tienen, pero peor aún, representan un atentado letal contra su propia dignidad y la de sus familias.

Es posible crear organizaciones competitivas en Latinoamérica pues contamos con ventajas apreciables respecto de otros países del mundo en cuanto a recursos, y además en cuanto a recursos / consumidores de recursos. Pero si las ventajas por recursos naturales que Dios ha puesto a nuestro servicio, las obsequiamos al desconocer variables y aspectos claves dentro del mundo empresarial que se relacionan con las Ciencias del Comportamiento, no tendremos entonces ninguna razón valedera para quejarnos de nuestro nivel de desarrollo.

Teniendo en cuenta que esta iniciativa Bibliográfica es un primer esfuerzo, agradeceremos a los lectores hacer sus aportes y contribuciones en la materia. Han de ser muy bienvenidos.

Muchísimas gracias por compartir.

 

Eric Gaynor Butterfield – RODP

Presidente The Organization Development Institute International, Latin America

Board Member of The Organization Development Institute – Worldwide

www.theodinstitute.org

Editado por The Organization Development Institute International, Latinamerica – 2005.

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