Gestión del Conocimiento y la Administración por Objetivos:

modelo multidimensional para ventaja competitiva


  • Miralda Souza Martins Universidade da Amazônia - UNAMA
  • Michel Zahn Araujo Universidade da Amazônia - UNAMA
  • Ronny Luis Sousa Oliveira Universidade da Amazônia - UNAMA
  • Maria de Nazaré Souza Nascimento Universidade da Amazônia - UNAMA
  • Igor de Jesus Lobato Pompeu Gammarano Universidade da Amazônia - UNAMA


Palabras clave:

Gestión del Conocimiento, Administración por Objetivos, Capital Social, Inteligencia Organizacional


En este estudio, se propone desarrollar un marco teórico integrado que articule la Gestión del Conocimiento (GC) y la Administración por Objetivos (APO) como palancas complementarias para catalizar el rendimiento organizacional y la sostenibilidad competitiva. Vamos más allá de los principios fundamentales de la APO, ampliando la relevancia del establecimiento de objetivos SMART (Específicos, Medibles, Alcanzables, Relevantes y Temporales) para incluir una nueva dimensión: la 'Adaptabilidad Cognitiva'. Adicionalmente, aplicamos teorías contemporáneas sobre capital social, inteligencia organizacional y ambidestreza organizacional para examinar cómo la GC puede ser instrumentalizada para mejorar la eficacia de la APO. A través de un modelo conceptual robusto, se demuestra cómo la convergencia estratégica de los dos enfoques puede desbloquear valor organizacional sostenible, optimizar la toma de decisiones e impulsar la innovación.


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