Competências Empreendedoras na Indústria Criativa: Meios e necessidades de Aprendizagem de Músicos

Tatiane Brum de Oliveira Reis, Amarolinda Iara da Costa Zanela Klein

Resumo


Objetivo: compreender como músicos aprendem e quais são as suas necessidades de aprendizagem de competências empreendedoras.

Metodologia/abordagem: a pesquisa é qualitativa. Foram realizadas entrevistas semiestruturadas com 31 músicos independentes brasileiros. Os dados foram analisados via codificação aberta, com apoio do software NVIVO.

Principais resultados: com relação ao aprendizado, os resultados indicam que a maioria dos músicos aprende melhor por meio da prática, busca informações e conteúdos no Youtube e tem dificuldades de concentração ao aprender. Quanto às necessidades de aprendizagem de competências empreendedoras, destacam-se as competências de gestão, especialmente gestão do tempo e organização.

Contribuições teóricas/metodológicas: o artigo contribui com estudos sobre empreendedorismo na indústria criativa, com foco no campo da educação empreendedora no setor das artes, considerando a Teoria da Aprendizagem Experiencial (TAE) como lente teórica. Traz evidências sobre como a aprendizagem experiencial ocorre nesse contexto.

Relevância/originalidade: este artigo traz evidências sobre o processo de aprendizagem de profissionais criativos (músicos) e revela as suas principais necessidades de desenvolvimento de competências empreendedoras.  A pesquisa fornece informações relevantes para a elaboração de futuras propostas de capacitação desses profissionais.


Palavras-chave


Competências Empreendedoras; Indústria Criativa; Processo de Aprendizagem; Indústria da Música

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