Áreas clave para la alineación de la agilidad y resiliencia con la perspectiva de género en las organizaciones

L. Cuenca, E. Navarro-Astor, M.M.E Alemany, A. Boza

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La equidad de género en las organizaciones es un aspecto cada vez más necesario y demandado por la legislación; implica satisfacer el derecho constitucional de la igualdad. Hasta ahora, en su estudio, no se ha tenido en cuenta aspectos como agilidad y resiliencia. El presente artículo propone la definición preliminar de un modelo de madurez que permita evaluar la incorporación de la perspectiva de género sin limitar la agilidad y resiliencia en la organización, extrayendo la relación que indique qué aspectos de agilidad y resiliencia pueden verse afectados por las áreas donde la perspectiva de género debe ser incorporada.

Palabras clave: Perspectiva de género, Agilidad, Resiliencia, Modelo de madurez


Key areas for the alignment of agility and resilience with the gender perspective in organizations

Abstract: Ensuring gender equality in organizations is an increasingly necessary and demanded aspect of legislation; implies satisfying the constitutional right of equality. Until now, in his study, has not taken into account variants that can affect the agility and resilience of the organization. The present article proposes the preliminary definition of a maturity model that allows to evaluate the incorporation of the gender perspective without limiting the agility and resilience in the organization, extracting the relation that indicates which aspects of agility and resilience can be affected by the areas where the gender perspective should be incorporated. It is proposed in this article to extend the alignment beyond information systems and technologies, incorporating aspects such as agility, resilience and gender perspective in supply chains. In this sense, the alignment will refer to the degree to which incorporating the gender perspective into the design of supply chains favors and drives agility and resilience, and how agile and resilient chains facilitate the incorporation of perspectives of gender in the design of the chain. On one hand, key areas have been identified as follows: Government and values, Work environment, Supply chain, Community, Consumers and Investment, and the general levels of maturity to be achieved. On the other hand, it has been defined the aspects to be taken into account to ensure their agility and resilience and the relationships with the key areas. The key area of government and values involves establishing the principles guiding considerations on gender equality in policies that determine organizational culture. These principles should be extended to all areas included as important to ensure the agility and resilience of the organization. Work environment corresponds to the definition of equal opportunities for women and men, eliminating obstacles that limit their participation. What will be related to the definition of facilities and resources, processes, people and strategy, which favors agility and resilience. The supply chain corresponds to new employment opportunities for women, both as employees and entrepreneurs. Assessing gender performance throughout the supply chain can be an important part of organizations' risk management and primarily affects processes, people and strategies. The community and consumers have an impact on processes, people and strategy, as they seek to strengthen efforts to promote gender equality in the organization, implement gender awareness in customer service, and analyze the feedback from clients, as well as, develop a more inclusive group of contracting within the community. Finally, with respect to the key investment area, it focuses mainly on the decisions of the investors that are frequently taken based on aspects of interest of their performance with regard to gender, which corresponds with the areas of people and strategy.

Keywords: Gender perspective, Agility, Resilience, Maturity model

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