Clima ético y creatividad: el papel moderador de la autonomía laboral y el papel mediador de la motivación intrínseca

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Publicado 31-05-2023
Carlos Santiago-Torner

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El contexto empresarial actual necesita servirse de la confianza como un mecanismo continuo de relación con el empleado, dado que junto con la responsabilidad y los estándares morales configuran un clima donde la percepción principal es que el modo de proceder está ajustado a lineamientos éticos. Por ese motivo el establecer un clima ético es de vital importancia pues construye un hábitat interpersonal que desarrolla vínculos de cercanía basados en estados emocionales positivos; un escenario propicio para que otras variables relevantes como la autonomía laboral, la motivación intrínseca o la reatividad se puedan relacionar de forma sistémica. Por lo tanto, este estudio tiene como objetivo analizar cómo un clima ético se relaciona con la creatividad del empleado teniendo en cuenta la capacidad moderadora de la autonomía laboral y el papel mediador de la motivación intrínseca dentro de un sector primordial en Colombia como es el eléctrico. En ese sentido, la investigación emplea un diseño cuantitativo, no experimental, transversal y correlacional-causal. La muestra está compuesta por 448 trabajadores que se evalúan a través de una encuesta online. En cuanto a los resultados un clima ético promueve la creatividad organizacional en virtud de índices altos de autonomía. Cuando esta se reduce significativamente la relación entre clima ético y creatividad se torna negativa; a su vez en rangos medios la autonomía no influye en la asociación entre ambas variables. Además, el clima ético se asocia con la creatividad a través de criterios benevolentes y de principios, pero no egoístas. Por último, el clima ético y la creatividad están mediados de un modo consistente por la motivación intrínseca. En conclusión, tanto el efecto moderador de la autonomía laboral como el mediador de la motivación intrínseca explican en gran parte cómo un clima ético se vincula con la creatividad. 

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Santiago-Torner, C. (2023). Clima ético y creatividad: el papel moderador de la autonomía laboral y el papel mediador de la motivación intrínseca. Cuadernos De Gestión, 23(2), 93–105. https://doi.org/10.5295/cdg.221729cs
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Clima Ético, Creatividad, Autonomía Laboral, Motivación Intrínseca, Sector Eléctrico Colombiano, Ética

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