University of Sao Paulo
School of Economics, Business and Accounting
Center for Studies in developing models and tools in Human Resources policies with values of personal well-being and sustainability.
Prof. Dra. Ana Cristina Limongi-França
[email protected]
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This paper is a brief consolidation of activities, conceptual bases, models
and tools developed and applied within the Life Quality Management at
Working. The Center QLW was created in 1998 at the University of Sao
Paulo, inspired by the application of research developed in dissertations,
thesis and academic forums and community, with the innovative spirit of
preserving the personal, collective and environmental.
The Concept: Management of the life quality in working is the pursuit of dynamic
balance and harmony between human needs, biological, psychological,
social and organizational principles of the work ergonomically correct and
sustainable. Limongi, France, B.C., 2008:
Objective: Building and disseminating actions and programs of organizational quality
management and sustainability. Acting on uncertainties and contradictions
in relation to welfare, community and organizational life. Integrating people
through information and learning. Increasing the cooperative spirit and
identity with citizenship and sustainable growth.
Research Methodology: Conceptual and technological research of qualitative and/or
quantitative nature from: a) biopsychosocial and organizational indicators
BPSO (Limongi, 1996), b) comparisons between management effort and
satisfaction of employees or customers, c) constructs integration related to
specific universe: commitment, sustainability, spirituality, values​​, hospital
management, food safety, etc., d) focus on answers about human welfare,
protection and development from the contractual relationship in different
occupational segments.
Institutional Holders: The Study and Research Center for the Management of Working
Life Quality - NEP_ G-QVT has worked in two main segments: the first by
university research in the context of FEA/USP, with monthly meetings of the
Study Networks, in teaching undergraduate and postgraduate classes on the
theme, guidelines and stalls in the academic and international meetings.
The second segment is based on Institutional Management Institute
Foundation - FIA_PROGEP with training activities, oriented technology
research and consulting in public and private companies with guidance for
people in the areas of skills, corporate governance, organizational learning,
sustainability, safety, health and quality of life, among others.
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