COMPETÊNCIAS OPERACIONAIS E INDÚSTRIA 4.0: REVISÃO SISTEMÁTICA DA LITERATURA

Marina Teixeira de Souza, Fernando César Almada Santos

Abstract


O mundo globalizado com procedimentos interconectados exige ainda mais a cooperação das organizações com o ambiente externo e as inovações são fatores essenciais na adaptação a mudanças em todos os processos organizacionais. É nesse contexto que emerge o fenômeno da Indústria 4.0, que tem como princípio a utilização de tecnologia para automação e troca de dados entre os processos em que a organização opera. Em face de novas oportunidades para as empresas em virtude da também chamada Quarta Revolução Industrial, o entendimento dos desdobramentos dessa revolução e da gestão estratégica torna-se essencial, desse modo, a presente proposta tem como objetivo identificar estudos na temática de competências operacionais e Indústria 4.0 entre os anos de 2011 até 2019. Para isso, foi realizada uma revisão sistemática da literatura dentre o período mencionado e utilizando a base de dados Web of Science. Ressalta-se que estudos na área da Indústria 4.0 e Competências Operacionais são recentes e requerem atenção e pesquisas, dessa forma, este trabalho contribui para abertura de novas perspectivas a fim de aprofundar estudos nessa temática.

 


Keywords


Competências Operacionais; Indústria 4.0; Revisão Sistemática.

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