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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.8.NQ44684

AUTOPOIESIS AND ORGANIZED ANARCHY IN UNIVERSITIES

Franco Pombo, Mónica, Aroca Jácome, Rubén, Escudero Durán, María Lorena, Carrillo Punina, Álvaro Patricio

Abstract

University life, inserted in social contexts undergoing permanent changes, is going through a series of mutations that have forced it to mobilize itself to try to respond better to social demands. This paper will review this set of beliefs that have shaped a current typology of the organizational culture of Ecuadorian universities, but which, at the same time, mark the fervent desire to remove those beliefs and shared meanings that have anchored them to a Napoleonic university model whose primary objective is the training of new professionals capable of integrating and efficiently meeting the needs of the public and private sectors to move to a model more in line with the needs of the social environments they serve.

Keywords

Organizational culture, universities, anarchy, typology of cultures.

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