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Professional competencies versus management policies and practices: what do BRIC countries have in common? In: ENCONTRO DE GESTÃO DE PESSOAS E RELAÇÕES DE TRABALHO (5., 15-17 de novembro, 2015, Salvador).
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Professional competencies versus management policies and practices: what do BRIC countries have in common? In: ENCONTRO DE GESTÃO DE PESSOAS E RELAÇÕES DE TRABALHO (5., 15-17 de novembro, 2015, Salvador).

2.015 Salvador, BA: ANPAD, 2015 Anais eletrônicos...   SANT'ANNA, Anderson de Souza;  OLIVEIRA, Fatima Bayma de;  DINIZ, Daniela Martins. Trabalho de evento Sant'Anna, Anderson de Souza SANT'ANNA, Anderson de Souza;  OLIVEIRA, Fatima Bayma de;  DINIZ, Daniela Martins. The purpose of this study is to investigate the constructs Professional Competencies and Management Policies and Practices, analyzing the extent to which the demand for professional competencies as commonly designated to be required for coping with the current business environment walks hand in hand with the modernity of managerial policies and practices in organizations installed in emerging economies. For this purpose, this study made four empirical data collection efforts from a sample of 1,134 professionals regularly enrolled in postgraduate management programs in Brazil (624), China (203), India (107), and Russia (200). Considering the traditional typology of research methods, this article comprises crosscultural surveys, including data from four countries. The set of data obtained reviews respondent perceptions for a high-level demand for the assessed competencies vis-à-vis moderate levels of management policies and practices. At the same time, differences were detected between BRIC countries. As concerns managerial policies and practices, perceptions are notable regarding the prevalence of scantily, participatory, transparent and decentralized decision-making processes, as well as low degrees of autonomy conferred upon the professionals targeted by the study Inglês