Processos em Relacionamentos Interorganizacionais para Desenvolvimento de Capacidade de Absorção em Startups



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Alexandre Rodrigues Cajuela
Simone Vasconcelos Ribeiro Galina

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Objetivo: um dos fatores relacionados às capacidades dinâmicas é a capacidade de absorção e, até agora, trabalhos empíricos sobre capacidades foram conduzidos majoritariamente com empresas de grande porte e pouco se sabe sobre como ocorrem em startups. Nesse contexto, o objetivo deste trabalho é fornecer uma compreensão de como a capacidade de absorção ocorre em startups que mantêm relacionamentos interorganizacionais com grandes empresas. Método: a pesquisa utilizou um desenho qualitativo de estudo de casos múltiplos e a investigação de sete startups constituiu o corpus de estudo. Os dados foram analisados com uso de análise estatística, análise de conteúdo e análise de processos de negócio. Resultados: a inter-relação de startups com grandes empresas em programas de aceleração potencializa o desenvolvimento de capacidades para as startups, pois facilita o acesso e a assimilação de conhecimento. Já a transformação e exploração de conhecimento auxiliam a modificação da estrutura, de processos e de recursos das startups para atender à grande empresa, e o desenvolvimento de novos produtos e serviços para o mercado ocorre de forma modesta e incremental. Conclusões: o estudo evidencia como as ações formais dos programas de aceleração corporativa de grandes empresas contribuem para o desenvolvimento de capacidade de absorção em startups.



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Cajuela, A. R., & Galina, S. V. R. (2020). Processos em Relacionamentos Interorganizacionais para Desenvolvimento de Capacidade de Absorção em Startups. Revista De Administração Contemporânea, 24(6), 550-566. https://doi.org/10.1590/1982-7849rac2020180329
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