The development of the concept of business resilience: A qualitative analysis of the Baiona barnacle collectors’ case

"Resilience, defined here as the ability to recover from a setback, is used in business management as a way to face speed of change and the complexity and limited availability of information in a corporate environment. Business resilience refers to the dynamic capabilities of a company to cope...

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Autores Principales: García-Merino T., Rodríguez H.A.R., Santos-Álvarez V.
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Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Inst. fur Klinische Psychologie und Gemeindepsychologie 2015
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spelling ir-10336-240762020-06-03T22:15:16Z The development of the concept of business resilience: A qualitative analysis of the Baiona barnacle collectors’ case La formación del concepto de resiliencia empresarial: Análisis cualitativo para el caso de los/as percebeiros/as de la cofradía de Baiona (España) García-Merino T. Rodríguez H.A.R. Santos-Álvarez V. Barnacle collectors Business resilience Content analysis Document review Dynamic capabilities Environmental turbulence Qualitative methodology "Resilience, defined here as the ability to recover from a setback, is used in business management as a way to face speed of change and the complexity and limited availability of information in a corporate environment. Business resilience refers to the dynamic capabilities of a company to cope successfully with situations that threaten its survival, and on the basis of the accumulated learning it transforms its previous state or organizational form. In this article, we expand the definition of resilience for its use in other endeavors. We delimit the concept and stress the link with dynamic capabilities and we propose a practical application of business resilience. The study uses the qualitative methodology of document content analysis of the Baiona Galician barnacle collectors’ case in Spain from 2002 to 2012. Analyzed documents are mainly newspaper articles, electronic archives of different media, and other websites. The case under study focuses on the analysis of those fishing professionals who work in collecting barnacles in Galicia, given that they have faced different setbacks in their work contexts and have addressed them through changes in organizational form. Findings reflect the development of business resilience as a dynamic capability, which has allowed the change of some structures to generate others more viable. © 2015 Teresa García-Merino." 2015 2020-05-26T00:08:19Z info:eu-repo/semantics/article info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion 14385627 https://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/24076 spa info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess application/pdf Inst. fur Klinische Psychologie und Gemeindepsychologie instname:Universidad del Rosario reponame:Repositorio Institucional EdocUR
institution EdocUR - Universidad del Rosario
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language Español (Spanish)
topic Barnacle collectors
Business resilience
Content analysis
Document review
Dynamic capabilities
Environmental turbulence
Qualitative methodology
spellingShingle Barnacle collectors
Business resilience
Content analysis
Document review
Dynamic capabilities
Environmental turbulence
Qualitative methodology
García-Merino T.
Rodríguez H.A.R.
Santos-Álvarez V.
The development of the concept of business resilience: A qualitative analysis of the Baiona barnacle collectors’ case
description "Resilience, defined here as the ability to recover from a setback, is used in business management as a way to face speed of change and the complexity and limited availability of information in a corporate environment. Business resilience refers to the dynamic capabilities of a company to cope successfully with situations that threaten its survival, and on the basis of the accumulated learning it transforms its previous state or organizational form. In this article, we expand the definition of resilience for its use in other endeavors. We delimit the concept and stress the link with dynamic capabilities and we propose a practical application of business resilience. The study uses the qualitative methodology of document content analysis of the Baiona Galician barnacle collectors’ case in Spain from 2002 to 2012. Analyzed documents are mainly newspaper articles, electronic archives of different media, and other websites. The case under study focuses on the analysis of those fishing professionals who work in collecting barnacles in Galicia, given that they have faced different setbacks in their work contexts and have addressed them through changes in organizational form. Findings reflect the development of business resilience as a dynamic capability, which has allowed the change of some structures to generate others more viable. © 2015 Teresa García-Merino."
format Artículo (Article)
author García-Merino T.
Rodríguez H.A.R.
Santos-Álvarez V.
author_facet García-Merino T.
Rodríguez H.A.R.
Santos-Álvarez V.
author_sort García-Merino T.
title The development of the concept of business resilience: A qualitative analysis of the Baiona barnacle collectors’ case
title_short The development of the concept of business resilience: A qualitative analysis of the Baiona barnacle collectors’ case
title_full The development of the concept of business resilience: A qualitative analysis of the Baiona barnacle collectors’ case
title_fullStr The development of the concept of business resilience: A qualitative analysis of the Baiona barnacle collectors’ case
title_full_unstemmed The development of the concept of business resilience: A qualitative analysis of the Baiona barnacle collectors’ case
title_sort development of the concept of business resilience: a qualitative analysis of the baiona barnacle collectors’ case
publisher Inst. fur Klinische Psychologie und Gemeindepsychologie
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