Evaluación del Modelo de Dimensiones del Aprendizaje Organizacional - DLOQ

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Carlos Anibal Manosalvas Vaca
Roxanna Palma León
Luis Manosalvas Vaca
Cecilia Aguirre

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El aprendizaje organizacional es uno de los conceptos de mayor relevancia en los últimos años ya que permite la generación de ventajas competitivas para una organización. Sin embargo su operacionalización y medición es objeto de debate a nivel teórico y empírico. En esta investigación se realizó un análisis de confiabilidad y validez a través de un análisis factorial confirmatorio del modelo de Dimensiones del Aprendizaje Organizacional propuesto por Marsick y Watkins, uno de los cuestionarios y modelos más utilizados en varios contextos pero que aún ha sido aplicado muy poco en economías emergentes. Se encuestó a muestra representativa de trabajadores de empresas de tecnología y los resultados permitieron concluir que el instrumento cumple con los criterios de confiablidad, validez convergente y divergente, no obstante no mostró un buen ajuste con los datos.

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Manosalvas Vaca, C. A., Palma León, R., Manosalvas Vaca, L., & Aguirre, C. (2019). Evaluación del Modelo de Dimensiones del Aprendizaje Organizacional - DLOQ. INNOVA Research Journal, 4(3), 13-22. https://doi.org/10.33890/innova.v4.n3.2019.969
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Carlos Anibal Manosalvas Vaca, Universidad Estatal Amazónica, Ecuador

Profesor Investiogador del Departamento de Ciencias de la Vida

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