LA TEORIA DEI TIPI PSICOLOGICI E LA CONSONANZA NEL PROCESSO DI SELEZIONE DELLE RISORSE UMANE

Bernardino Quattrociocchi, Irene Fulco, Antonio La Sala, Francesca Iandolo, Mario Calabrese

Abstract


Obiettivi: Il presente studio si propone di esplorare ed approfondire un diverso metodo di selezione delle Risorse Umane, basato sul principio di consonanza, che possa ridurre il conflitto ed avere un impatto positivo sulla performance.

Metodologia. Dopo aver avviato una review della letteratura esistente sui pilastri già consolidati della gestione strategica delle Risorse Umane (motivazione e composizione di team di lavoro in particolare), l’indagine, tramite la lente interpretativa dell’Approccio Sistemico Vitale, si è indirizzata verso le categorie valoriali, caratterizzanti ogni sistema in modo distintivo e punto di partenza per la generazione di risonanza.

Risultati. Il lavoro perviene all’esposizione di una diversa prospettiva d’indagine nell’analisi dei gruppi basata sulla consonanza e volta a realizzare un Person – Organization fit in grado di restituire maggior valore di quello assorbito.

Limiti della ricerca. Il principale limite della ricerca risiede nella mancanza di una verifica empirica circa l’effettiva risonanza generata.

Implicazioni pratiche. Lo studio fornisce al management una diversa chiave di lettura per la creazione di team composti da individui il cui legame, basato su compatibilità valoriali, risulta essere più profondo, conducendo, così, ad una maggiore creazione di valore.

Originalità del lavoro. Il lavoro integra l’approccio manageriale con una prospettiva di indagine di tipo psicologico, consentendo di isolare dinamiche del processo di selezione delle Risorse Umane normalmente “sommerse”.


Parole chiave


Tipi psicologici, approccio sistemico vitale, consonanza, motivazione, risorse umane

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