Estudio de las interacciones intra-específicas (la competición, la cooperación y la depredación) en las organizaciones: revisión de literatura
Manrique Garzon, Monica Paola
Acosta Esquenazi, Sarita
Organizations are a social and economic entity according to classical theory should be seen as an administrative structure. For Mooney (1947) there are principles which rely on organization theory, where seeks to establish relationships between principles, processes and effects. So the meet the needs of a population should be a process involving interests. In this case the organization should be assessed and evaluated as a system that has different hierarchies and agents that interact with each other to accomplish a goal. The relationships generated within an organization, and in this case a private organization tend to respond to many needs as processes that occur in everyday life; this is how it speaks to the success of organizations based on competitiveness that generate the skills and attitudes of staff, the number of variables, phenomena and effects, which wants the employees to assume attitudes that lead to making good decisions (Garcia, 2009). Importantly, in organizations, the phenomena of leadership, power and influence, every independent concept but seen together from an organizational landscape where all intraspecific relationship must be determined in the different behaviors, behaviors and cultures of company personnel (Fuentes, 2004 ). Predation, competition and cooperation, are concepts that are undoubtedly present in all processes of the organization and will help determine the durability of it. Finally, this research aims to establish the effects of social phenomena of leadership, power and influence on intra-specific interactions (competition, cooperation and predation) within an organization, so as to achieve the effect and explain correlation between each other phenomena (Castro, 2012).