Relación del Clima organizacional con el Trabajo colaborativo en la Escuela "Nicolás Infante Díaz" del Cantón Palenque provincia Los Ríos, Ecuador.

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Cerrado Español En este trabajo de fin de máster se presentan los resultados de un proyecto de investigación en el que se ha pretendido Diseñar un plan de mejoramiento del clima organizacional en la institución “Nicolás Infante Díaz” del cantón Palenque provincia Los Ríos. Se parte de la importancia de mantener un clima organizacional estable, armónico y adecuado para desarrollar una comunicación asertiva y buenas relaciones interpersonales y alcanzar la misión y visión de la institución a través del trabajo colaborativo. Para la realización del proyecto, se tuvo en cuenta aportes teóricos sobre las dos variables: clima organizacional y trabajo colaborativo, las cuales se analizan para proponer un plan de mejoramiento que favorezca el clima institucional. Metodológicamente, se aplicó una encuesta elaborada con 40 ítems, adecuados a las variables y aplicada a 16 docentes voluntarios que laboran en la Escuela Nicolás Infante Díaz. Entre los resultados más relevantes, se observó que el 63% oportunidades de progreso dentro de la institución, 50% de compromiso institucional, también se observó apoyo de los líderes en los trabajos del equipo docente, acceso a la información y recursos para realizar sus trabajos en un 50%. Además, destaca entre los hallazgos que el 50% de los encuestados consideran que el director brinda apoyo para superar los obstáculos que se presentan”, lo que permite inferir que el apoyo del superior, jefe o líder en el trabajo influye eficazmente en la productividad del docente. En esta línea, se debe destacar que el papel del director no se limita a supervisar solo el trabajo, sino que, además, debe proporcionar apoyo, recursos y todo lo necesario para fomentar el desarrollo personal de los docentes, creando un ambiente y clima laboral positivo dentro de los equipos de trabajo de la institución, con una mayor colaboración entre colegas. En relación a este último punto, la cooperación entre docentes, el 63% de los encuestados declaran estar totalmente de acuerdo con la cooperación positiva entre ellos. Estos datos indican una cohesión grupal, lo que posibilita un ambiente laboral un clima positivo y agradable. Así, la cooperación facilita la comunicación entre ellos, mejora las relaciones interpersonales, maximiza las fortalezas, minimizando las debilidades, fomentando un ambiente laboral eficiente, dinámico y productivo. También se observó en un 63% de las respuestas, que se percibe la cooperación entre los miembros del equipo de trabajo y en un 62% se observó constante mejoras en los métodos de trabajo. Entre las conclusiones, destaca que el clima laboral dentro de la Escuela “Nicolás Infante Díaz” se considera positivo, condicionando las actitudes y el comportamiento de sus trabajadores, en este caso docentes. metadata Bustamante Leal, Nubia Margot mail margara_301@hotmail.com (2022) Relación del Clima organizacional con el Trabajo colaborativo en la Escuela "Nicolás Infante Díaz" del Cantón Palenque provincia Los Ríos, Ecuador. Masters thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

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En este trabajo de fin de máster se presentan los resultados de un proyecto de investigación en el que se ha pretendido Diseñar un plan de mejoramiento del clima organizacional en la institución “Nicolás Infante Díaz” del cantón Palenque provincia Los Ríos. Se parte de la importancia de mantener un clima organizacional estable, armónico y adecuado para desarrollar una comunicación asertiva y buenas relaciones interpersonales y alcanzar la misión y visión de la institución a través del trabajo colaborativo. Para la realización del proyecto, se tuvo en cuenta aportes teóricos sobre las dos variables: clima organizacional y trabajo colaborativo, las cuales se analizan para proponer un plan de mejoramiento que favorezca el clima institucional. Metodológicamente, se aplicó una encuesta elaborada con 40 ítems, adecuados a las variables y aplicada a 16 docentes voluntarios que laboran en la Escuela Nicolás Infante Díaz. Entre los resultados más relevantes, se observó que el 63% oportunidades de progreso dentro de la institución, 50% de compromiso institucional, también se observó apoyo de los líderes en los trabajos del equipo docente, acceso a la información y recursos para realizar sus trabajos en un 50%. Además, destaca entre los hallazgos que el 50% de los encuestados consideran que el director brinda apoyo para superar los obstáculos que se presentan”, lo que permite inferir que el apoyo del superior, jefe o líder en el trabajo influye eficazmente en la productividad del docente. En esta línea, se debe destacar que el papel del director no se limita a supervisar solo el trabajo, sino que, además, debe proporcionar apoyo, recursos y todo lo necesario para fomentar el desarrollo personal de los docentes, creando un ambiente y clima laboral positivo dentro de los equipos de trabajo de la institución, con una mayor colaboración entre colegas. En relación a este último punto, la cooperación entre docentes, el 63% de los encuestados declaran estar totalmente de acuerdo con la cooperación positiva entre ellos. Estos datos indican una cohesión grupal, lo que posibilita un ambiente laboral un clima positivo y agradable. Así, la cooperación facilita la comunicación entre ellos, mejora las relaciones interpersonales, maximiza las fortalezas, minimizando las debilidades, fomentando un ambiente laboral eficiente, dinámico y productivo. También se observó en un 63% de las respuestas, que se percibe la cooperación entre los miembros del equipo de trabajo y en un 62% se observó constante mejoras en los métodos de trabajo. Entre las conclusiones, destaca que el clima laboral dentro de la Escuela “Nicolás Infante Díaz” se considera positivo, condicionando las actitudes y el comportamiento de sus trabajadores, en este caso docentes.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Clima organizacional, Trabajo colaborativo, Plan de mejoramiento.
Subjects: Subjects > Teaching
Divisions: Ibero-american International University > Teaching > Final Master Projects
Ibero-american International University > Teaching > Final Master Projects
Date Deposited: 10 Nov 2023 23:30
Last Modified: 10 Nov 2023 23:30
URI: https://repositorio.unib.org/id/eprint/1887

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