O Despontar de um Futuro Sustentável: Mudança Organizacional e Visão Transformadora em uma Empresa de Gás e Petróleo



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Tahrir Jaber

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Contexto: como reflexo do chamado das Nações Unidas para que se busquem soluções para os desafios climáticos atuais e se reduza a emissão de CO2 pelas empresas, há uma grande necessidade de que as grandes empresas não apenas empreguem a terminologia referente à transição para a sustentabilidade, mas também implementem estratégias e adotem soluções alternativas sustentáveis. Objetivo: este estudo preenche uma lacuna na literatura ao desenvolver e validar um modelo que ajuda os pesquisadores a compreender os fatores que permitem a seleção de novas práticas sustentáveis no âmbito de uma grande empresa em transição para a sustentabilidade. O modelo desenvolvido utilizou teorias de transição para a sustentabilidade e a teoria institucional com três pilares (regulativo, normativo e cognitivo) para ajudar a compreender a natureza dos critérios de seleção de inovação da empresa. Método: realizou-se uma pesquisa do tipo survey junto a funcionários de uma empresa de gás e petróleo, e realizou-se uma modelagem de equações estruturais para testar o ajuste do modelo, validar a pesquisa e testar as hipóteses. Resultados: identificou-se que os pilares normativos e reguladores exercem o papel principal na seleção das atividades de energia renovável como um primeiro passo da empresa em direção a um futuro sustentável. Conclusão: os resultados fornecem aos pesquisadores um modelo valioso para a compreensão dos principais critérios para a seleção de novos projetos sustentáveis em empresas estabelecidas.



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Jaber, T. (2020). O Despontar de um Futuro Sustentável: Mudança Organizacional e Visão Transformadora em uma Empresa de Gás e Petróleo. Revista De Administração Contemporânea, 25(3), e200031. https://doi.org/10.1590/1982-7849rac2021200031.en
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