Marina Keiko Nakayama

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It becomes perceptible that each day more companies make use of e-learning for the capacity of its workers. During a congress in the e-learning area it has been noticed the increase in corporative e-learning cases. These cases show that there does not exist a single form of e-learning within the companies. Each program makes use of adequate practices for(More)
Cultura como rede de conexões paradigmáticas: um caminho para entender e gerenciar os estados de crise organizacionais Culture as a web of paradigmatic connections: a way to understand and manage the states of crisis Resumo Este trabalho se propõe a buscar um caminho que possibilite o estabelecimento de conexões positivas entre a cultura organizacional(More)
This study reports on research carried out on 105 tutors working on distance graduate courses at the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC) to assess the relationship between the level of trust and the conflict management in tutors of distance learning based graduate courses at UFSC on the AVEA-Virtual Environment of Learning. The research uses(More)
It becomes perceptible that each day more companies make use of e-learning for the capacity of its workers. During a congress in the e-learning area it has been noticed the increase in corporative e-learning cases. These cases show that there does not exist a single form of e-learning within the companies. Each program makes use of adequate practices for(More)
This paper aims to analyze how virtual teams deal with the process of trust among the people who are part of it. The research is characterized as descriptive. The survey data techniques that were used were questionnaires via Internet and interviews by telephone. The participants of this research were eight managers from Embratel, a telecommunication company(More)
This paper aims to analyze the process of knowledge creation, more specifically the four modes of knowledge conversion, on agricultural producers or farmers in Brazil, using the theoretical model of Nonaka and Takeuchi (1997). The research is an exploratory-descriptive study of a qualitative nature. The study demonstrated that for new knowledge to be(More)