Revista de Gestão: Volume 25 Issue 3 , Open Access

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The influence of the specifics of small businesses on innovation: A multiple case study of the Brazilian metal-mechanical industry

Felipe Ferreira de Lara, Márcia Regina Neves Guimarães

Based on a multi-case analysis of small businesses in the metal-mechanical industry in the region of Sorocaba, State of São Paulo, Brazil, the purpose of this paper is to…

Main dimensions that impact knowledge management and university-business-government collaboration in the Brazilian scenario

Suzana Xavier Ribeiro, Marcelo Seido Nagano

The purpose of this paper is to investigate how certain characteristics of the university–industry–government collaboration facilitate knowledge creation and management…

The institutional role of business school accreditation agencies: a systematic literature review

Gislaine Cristina dos Santos Teixeira, Emerson Antonio Maccari

Accreditation is a growing phenomenon and has begun to permeate scientific studies, most of which are quantitative, since they focus on the process of accreditation and…

Using structural equation modeling: patterns and trends of publications in Brazilian journals

Jorge Ramón D’Acosta Rivera, Rafael Ricardo Jacomossi, Alcides Barrichello, Rogerio Scabim Morano

The purpose of this paper is to analyze patterns and trends of articles that present the use of structural equation modeling (SEM) and that were published in several…

Identifying structural similarities between stricto sensu post-graduation programs in management regarding the strategy tripod

Danieli Artuzi Pes Backes, Fernando Antonio Ribeiro Serra, Feris Abdalla Zarour Neto

The purpose of this paper is to identify the structural similarities between stricto sensu post-graduation programs in management through the formation of clusters, with…

Individual environmental scanning as a barrier to collective processes in organizations: A view based on the illusion of control

Natália Marroni Borges, Raquel Janissek-Muniz

The purpose of this paper is to understand how illusion of control (IOC) can affect the implementation of formal processes of environmental scanning in organizations.