Inserção Social

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Regarding social insertion and development, PPGA has consistently worked over the years to ensure that its research and training activities also have a significant impact on society. In this sense, in 2017, it carried out initiatives focused on Entrepreneurship in Microfranchise Networks. Through professors Drs. Pedro Melo and Renato Telles, the PPG promoted, on March 18, training entitled "Finance: Financial and Accounting Control - Module 2" (4h). The training was attended by local entrepreneurs who own small businesses with initial investments of up to R$ 80 thousand. The list of participating entrepreneurs was obtained through a survey previously conducted by the "Strategy and Operations in Networks" research group on the theme "Entrepreneurship in Microfranchise Networks". The intention of these actions was to train the participants in key Management topics, filling gaps in management training and providing techniques for entrepreneurs who, due to social and financial limitations, face strong barriers and have fewer resources for investments. The modules aimed to train microentrepreneurs in their businesses and had significant importance in the face of the economic difficulties experienced in the current situation in the country. Research shows that businesses with less investment structure are usually more fragile. The microentrepreneurs invited have businesses in municipalities of Greater São Paulo and in the interior of the state (mainly in Greater Campinas).

The PPGA at UNIP also has a consolidated history of contribution to the qualification of public servants and teachers from different states. Since 2013, the Master's Program in Administration at UNIP receives applicants from the Federal Institute of Mato Grosso. This allows to qualify scholars for the region, disseminating research, while expanding the insertion and visibility of the PPG in other regions. The students receive training that results in publications and international insertions. The flow of students from IFMT, in 2017, included the entry of the student Lucimar Almeida and the dissertation defense of the students Augusto Cezar D'Arruda ("Correspondence between expressions of commitment and distinct network configurations: A multi case study") and Maria Carolina de Arruda ("Interface between uncertainty and relational governance: analysis of multiple cases from the Cuiabá region"). All the projects bring as context the development of the Management of the State of Mato Grosso. Other students coming from the State of Mato Grosso completed their master's degree in 2017: student Aline Ramos de Lima, an administrator from the Federal Institute of São Paulo, with the completion of her master's degree, she could evolve in her career with the change of functional category; student Augusto César Augusto D'Arruda also qualified for functional ascension in the Federal Institute of Mato Grosso; student Maria Carolina Silva de Arruda, a Public Servant from the Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Mato Grosso, with the completion of her master's degree, she could evolve in her career with the change of functional category. The student Miguel Vilanova, a Basic, Technical and Technological Education teacher in the area of Agribusiness Management at the Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Mato Grosso - IFMT Pontes e Lacerda Campus, with the completion of his master's degree, could evolve in his career with the change of functional category.

In 2017, two students and employees of the Federal University of São Paulo completed their master's degrees at UNIP's PPGA. The first was Anselmo de Oliveira Souza, a technician in administration at the Federal University of São Paulo and head of the payroll section of the Human Resources department at the Federal University of São Paulo. With the completion of his master's degree, he can advance in his career with the change of functional category. The second was Mara Cristina Cardoso de Oliveira, also an administrator at UNIFESP. After completing her master's degree, she evolved in her career with the change of functional category. We highlight the bibliographic production of the latter, having two Qualis A2 publications in the quadrennium. In 2018, it was the turn of Everton Aristides Margueiro, an Accounting Technician at the Federal Institute of Education Science and Technology of São Paulo. With the completion of his master's degree, he evolved in his career with the change of functional category.
PPGA also maintains, on a continuous basis, integration activities with graduation, collaborating for the integration between teachers and students, and for the good formation of professionals focused on teaching and research. This integration occurs by means of classes, scientific initiation research orientations, and course conclusion works (TCCs), publication of works in congresses, periodicals, or in the form of book chapters, among others. Furthermore, the institution's annual events, organized by the Vice-Dean of Graduate Studies and Research, also involve undergraduate and graduate faculty and students.

To exemplify, between 2017 and 2020, the following works were produced in conjunction with UNIP undergraduates:

  • MENDES, Karina Rodrigues Negrão. Reflections on conceptions of power in interorganizational networks: a conceptual proposal for future studies. DOI: Electronic Journal of Strategy and Business, ISSN: 1984-3372 (Prof. Roberto Bazanini).
  • SANTANA, Nathalia Caroline. The pragmatism of the philosophers of capitalism: a didactic experience related to the teaching-learning of the discipline philosophy of administration. DOI: Pretext Journal, ISSN: 1984-6983. (Prof. Roberto Bazanini).
  • SANTOS, Regiane. C. Relationships between LEED.Credits, GDP population and education: a data-driven study based on evidence from the Brazilian developing Market In: Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility, Sustainability, Ethics and Governance, Perth (Prof. Flavio Macau).
  • Bazanini, R., Sanchez, P. D. A., Da Silva, J. R., & Dos Santos, B. (2018). The strategic performance of the media training professional from the perspective of stakeholder theory: the use of Popper's falsificationist method. Journal of Administration, 16(2), 27.
  • Bazanini, R., da Silva, I. V., Bazanini, H. L., Biffi, M. A., & Mendes, K. R. N. (2018). Relationship networks: stakeholders' actions in the education symbolic goods market. Perspectives in Management & Knowledge, 8(1), 86-116.
  • Bazanini, R., Miklos, J., Bazanini, H. L., & Santana, N. C. (2018). The pragmatism of the philosophers of capitalism: A didactic experience related to the teaching-learning of the subject philosophy of administration. Pretext Journal, 18(4), 11-32.
  • Bazanini, R., Marques, L., Lanix, T. F. C., & Barbosa, C. P. (2020). STAKEHOLDERS IN THE THIRD SECTOR: THE STATE OF THE ART. Journal of Advanced Studies and Research in the Third Sector, 6(2 JUL/DEZ), 426-447.
  • Duarte, A. L. F.; Zouain, D. M.; Bazanini, R.; Santos, M. S. Accountability: production mapping and network analysis of articles from the management and public policy divisions of EnANPAD'. RACEF Revista de Administração, Contabilidade e Economia da Fundace, 2018;
  • Sousa, E. B.; Pontes, S. K.; Ryngelblum, A. L. (2018). The Inclusion of Trans People in Organizations: A review. In: Convibra, 2018. Convibra.
  • SIQUEIRA, Nelize; GIGLIO, Ernesto. Recyclable material cooperatives as a social space for environmental education. In: Book of abstracts CIVINEDU 2018: 2nd International Virtual Conference on Educational Research and Innovation. Adaya Press, 2018. p. 162. (Prof. Ernesto Giglio).

In 2018, the following activities were carried out with the undergraduate courses:

  • Organization of the "V Seminar in Strategy at UNIP", aimed at undergraduate teachers;
  • Production of a textbook for the undergraduate course (Modern Empiricism. Editora Sol - São Paulo. 136 p. Volume published in "Cadernos de Estudos e Pesquisas da UNIP", Didactic Series, year XXIV, n.2-010/18. ISSN 1517-9230;
  • Scientific-technical visit to the cooperatives "Recicla Butantã" and "ViraLata", for the research of the undergraduate student Nelize Siqueira;
  • Recording a class for UNIP's Interactive TV.

Already in 2019, PPGA participated in the XIX Scientific Meeting, the XXI Meeting of Scientific Initiation UNIP/PIBIC-CNPq and the V Meeting of Technological Initiation UNIP/PIBITI-CNPq, all promoted by the Vice-Rectory of Graduate Studies and Research of UNIP. Lectures were held on topics of research in Administration, reaching a total of 1230 undergraduate students. Seven master's students from the Program were selected to present their ongoing research, increasing the integration between undergraduate and master's students. At the same time, a lecture entitled "What is researched in the network field and how students can participate" was given, via Skype, to undergraduate students from UNIP in Manaus-AM. Among the activities carried out in the events, the following stand out:


  • Title: "Scientific initiation and master's dissertation: opportunities and difficulties".
  • Responsible teacher: Dr. Arnaldo Luiz Ryngelblum.
  • Place: Campus Cidade Universitária.
  • Note: The lecture was attended by graduate student Edislene Batista.
  • Title: "What is researched in the Networking field and how students can participate".
  • Place: Campus Cidade Universitária.
  • Lecturer: Dr. Victor Corrêa.
  • Title: "Undergraduate scientific research: challenges and opportunities".
  • Place: Campus Cidade Universitária.
  • Professor: Dr. Victor Corrêa.
  • Note: Opening lecture of the XIX Scientific Meeting and the XXI Meeting of Scientific Initiation UNIP/PIBIC - CNPq in the Unit.
  • Title: "Professional Evolution - the importance of academic training.
  • Place: Campus Cidade Universitária.
  • Lecturer: Dr. Mauro Vivaldini.
  • Title: "Transformation, impact, productivity and changes".
  • Place: Alphaville Campus.
  • Professor: Dr. Mauro Vivaldini.

Seminar - VI Seminar on Strategy

  • Title: "Strategies in supply networks: a focus on logistics in Brazil";
  • Docents: Dr. Mauro Vivaldini and Dr. José Celso Contador.

At the same time, in 2019, the following scientific initiation projects guided by faculty members of the Program were finalized:

Student: Luziene da Silva Geraldo.

  • Title: Conditioning factors of competitive vitality of retail clusters.
  • Advisor: Prof. Dr. Renato Telles.

Student: Nelize Cristiane Bezerra Siqueira.

  • Title: Governance and innovation in recyclable material cooperatives. Bolsa.
  • Advisor: Prof. Dr. Ernesto M. Giglio.
  • Grant: PIBIC-CNPq: 145842/2018-5.

PGA/UNIP started in September/2019, an Interinstitutional Master - Minter in Cacoal/RO. Besides being a solidarity mechanism, the Minter has a strong impact on the qualification of teachers in the region. The project, which runs until 2022, is carried out in partnership with the Associação Educacional de Rondônia - UNESC. Taking into account the lack of opportunities for teacher qualification in Rondônia, the Minter in the region generates relevant social impacts by meeting the latent demand for the formation of more qualified teachers, capable of working in the formation of the local population. This initiative will make possible, among other objectives, the creation of new undergraduate courses in Rondônia, still hampered today by the limited composition of the teaching staff of the courses currently offered. At the same time, it is understood that the research carried out brings greater national visibility to local problems, giving rise to new partnerships and solutions. Besides, it is not possible to ignore the economic impacts resulting from the better qualification of the local Universities, University Centers and Colleges, which leverage the attraction of new students as the results of the evaluations promoted by INEP prove to be fruitful. With the qualification of the teachers, there will be a considerable decrease in the financial costs that will be promoted by the local institutions themselves. Currently, they need to spend additional money on attracting masters and doctors from other regions of the country to work in the courses offered.