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Entendendo a Gestão de Recursos Humanos em Cadeias de Suprimentos: Levantamento com o Uso de Revisão Sistemática da Literatura

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15600/1679-5350/rau.v12n1p100-128

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Andréia de Abreu1 & Rosane L. C. Alcântara2

 

Resumo: A Gestão de Recursos Humanos é um tema emergente no campo do conhecimento da Gestão da Cadeia de Suprimentos. A principal justificativa está na necessidade em entender sua dinâmica também na esfera das relações entre pessoas, posto que a integração de funções organizacionais intra e interorganizacionalmente e o estabelecimento de objetivos comuns são reconhecidas como dependentes das atitudes profissionais de troca de informações, confiança, resolução conjunta de problemas e compartilhamento mútuo de conhecimento. O objetivo deste artigo é levantar como o tema Gestão de Recursos Humanos em Cadeia de Suprimentos vem sendo trabalhado na literatura, visando identificar quais perspectivas são consideradas e o conteúdo delas. Para tanto, realizou-se uma revisão de literatura, usando o método de revisão sistemática da literatura. Os resultados apontam haver ainda poucos estudos sobre a temática, porém um interesse crescente. As perspectivas sendo trabalhadas pela literatura são: (a) os fatores motivadores da necessidade em entender e aplicar a gestão de recursos humanos na gestão das cadeias de suprimentos, (b) as práticas de recursos humanos voltadas à gestão das cadeias de suprimentos e (c) o perfil do profissional adequado para o desenvolvimento das atividades em cadeias de suprimentos. A gestão de recursos humanos voltada às necessidades da gestão da cadeia de suprimentos pode ser um meio para as empresas alcançarem a configuração interna e externa necessária ao bom desempenho na cadeia.

Palavras-chave: gestão da cadeia de suprimentos; gestão de recursos humanos; revisão sistemática da literatura.

 

Abstract: The Human Resources Management is an emerging subject in the Supply Chain Management in the knowledge field. The main justification is in the need to understand its dynamics also in the interpersonal relationship scope, once the integration of functions on an intra- and interorganizational basis and the establishment of common objectives are recognized as dependent on professional attitudes such as information, confidence, joint resolution of problems and mutual share of knowledge. The aim of this article is to evaluate how the Human Resources Management in Supply Chains is being addressed in literature, so as to identify what perspectives are taken into account and their content. In order to accomplish that, a literature review was performed using the systematic literature review method. The results indicate there are few studies on the subject, but an increasing interest. The perspectives being worked by literature are: (a) the factors motivating the need to understand and apply the human resources management in the supply chains management, (b) the human resources practices towards the supply chains management and (c) the appropriate professional profile for the development of supply chains activities. The human resources management directed to the supply chain management needs can be a way for the companies to reach the in-house and external setting required for a good performance in the chain.

Key words: supply chain management; human resources management; systematic literature review.

 

1 (UFSCAR) andreiabreu11@gmail.com
2 (UFSCAR) rosane@dep.ufscar.br

 

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