Fundamentos conceptuales para abordajes de gestión de la innovación en las bibliotecas

Murilo Mauro Silveira, William Barbosa Vianna, Ana Clara Cândido

Resumen


El objetivo del estudio es evidenciar los principales conceptos y abordajes sobre innovación para identificar las características y encuadramientos teóricos pertinentes para los estudios sobre innovación en bibliotecas como organizaciones predominantemente públicas y sin fines de lucro. El estudio se justifica por el reconocimiento de la importancia de la innovación en las bibliotecas y por la necesidad de fundamentación teórica para el desarrollo del tema en el ámbito de la gestión de la innovación cuya concentración se da predominantemente en la industria de manufactura y vinculada a los productos. Se trata de un ensayo teórico, de naturaleza cualitativa, conceptual y analítica. Se espera que los resultados de este estudio puedan contribuir en la fundamentação teórica para el desarrollo de estudios futuros sobre la innovación en bibliotecas.

Palabras clave


Bibliotecología; Epistemología en Ciencia de la Información; Gestión de la información; Gestión de la innovación; Innovación en bibliotecas

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5195/biblios.2017.359

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