Cultura e Criatividade na Gestão de Projetos: Balanço e Perspectivas para a Pesquisa Acadêmica

Rafaela Goncalves Freitas, Eduardo Paes Baarreto Davel

Abstract


Criatividade e cultura são dimensões fundamentais na gestão de projetos, mas a produção acadêmica permanece dispersa e fragmentada. O objetivo deste artigo é consolidar uma compreensão integrada da produção acadêmica sobre a dimensão criativa e cultural da gestão de projetos para abrir caminhos para pesquisas futuras. A fundamentação metodológica da pesquisa é baseada em um levantamento sistemático das publicações no campo da gestão de projetos em bases de dados nacionais e internacionais. Os resultados estabelecem um entendimento sobre a cultura e criatividade na gestão de projetos a partir de dois contextos: a indústria tradicional e indústria criativa. O artigo contribui para o avanço do conhecimento em gestão de projetos tanto no âmbito científico quanto prático. No campo científico, ao elaborar uma visão consolidada da cultura e criatividade na gestão de projetos, os resultados promovem uma estrutura de apoio para estimular e aprimorar a realização de novas pesquisas. Além disso, as perspectivas da prática e da criatividade distribuída são apresentadas como fonte potencial para renovar a produção acadêmica. O conhecimento gerado nesta pesquisa pode auxiliar gestores de projetos em sua prática, especialmente os que atuam no campo das indústrias culturais e criativas. Por fim, o conteúdo gerado fornece uma base mais adequada e refinada de conhecimentos para orientar a prática educacional, de qualificação profissional e para melhor orientar os gestores de projetos criativos no âmbito da cultura e criatividade.


Keywords


gestão de projeto, cultura, criatividade, criatividade distribuída, perspectiva da prática.

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