Covid-19 pandemic influences relationships on innovation, environmental practices and social actions in enterprise: the theoretical framework
Keywords:Covid-19 Pandemic, Innovation, Environmental practices, Social actions., People's quality of life
Purpose: This study aims to analyze the relationships between the Covid-19 Pandemic, innovation, environmental practices, social actions, and the influence on people's quality of life, in the context of Brazilian organizations, through the proposition of a Theoretical Framework.
Methodology /Approach: The methodology was qualitative and exploratory research, through a theoretical and systematic review of the Scopus database. For data analysis, content analysis was used, with categories listed a priori.
Originality/Value: In the research, 4 theoretical propositions were listed, which were analyzed through a systematic review in the Scopus database, as it is one of the largest databases of scientific articles reviewed by peers worldwide.
Findings: In the course of the research, with the filter used by Article title, it was identified that the largest number of publications (269 documents) went to Proposition 1, in second place with 16 publications we present Proposition 3, occupying the third place emerges Proposition 4 with 10 publications, and as the last classified we have Proposition 2 with only 1 published article.
Theoretical and methodological contributions: The impact of the research is linked to the validation of a theoretical framework, which presents factors that the Covid-19 pandemic is influencing the development of Brazilian organizations, as well as the information collected will provide the academic community and professionals in related areas, a better understanding of the performance of organizations, showing subsidies for managers, from organizations of different segments and sizes, to improve decision-making in the face of the pandemic in the environmental, social and improvement of people's quality of life.
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