Gestión pública y liderazgo de la mujer en la toma de decisiones

Yesenia del Carmen Román Mondragón, Glenn Alberto Lozano Zanelly, Julia Victoria Tito Cárdenas

Resumen


La investigación buscó demostrar que la gestión pública y el liderazgo de la mujer influyen en la toma de decisiones en una Institución Pública de la Provincia Constitucional del Callao, Perú. La investigación se desarrolló en el año 2018 y se insertó en el paradigma positivista, enfoque cuantitativo con diseño correlacional causal. Aplicando herramientas estadísticas y de acuerdo con el seudo cuadrado de Nagelkerke de 94.1%, con la significatividad estadística de 0.000 y 0,043 con un grado de libertad, los resultados indican que existe influencia entre la gestión pública y el liderazgo de la mujer, influyendo en la toma de decisiones de la institución pública estudiada. De esta manera se concluye que la gestión pública y el liderazgo de la mujer son factores influyentes sobre la toma de decisiones.

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gestión pública; liderazgo; toma de decisiones.

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