Consequentes de Motivação do Serviço Público: Proposição de um Framework de Análise em Organizações Públicas Brasileiras
O presente trabalho tem por objetivo propor um framework de análise para a Motivação do Serviço Público (MSP) em organizações do setor público brasileiro, mais especificamente, explorando seus reflexos sobre o Ajuste Indivíduo-Organização (AIO) e o Comportamento de Cidadania Organizacional (CCO). O modelo oferecido apresenta proposições elaboradas a partir da teoria e, uma vez validado empiricamente, possibilitará investigar as influências da MSP sobre a percepção de congruência de valores entre indivíduo e organização e, também, sobre a propensão à manifestação de comportamentos discricionários que podem ser positivos ao ambiente organizacional.
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