06. Strategy and Organizational Engineering
One of the biggest challenges of the 21st century for organizations is to follow the changes brought by new technologies and their trends, impacts and interrelationships, which occur at an exponential speed hindering the perception, understanding and requiring a permanent updating of the people involved in this process of transformation. Thus, people tend to maintain their current state of security, for fear of the new and unknown for which they do not yet have full dominion; seeing technological innovations as a threat to their beliefs, habits, knowledge and social position, which can slow down, limit or distort the process of evolution and growth associated with change. In this scenario there is motivation to address the "Fourth Industrial Revolution" from a perspective that allows exploring and simultaneously analyzing the system formed by the dimensions Information - People - Organizations, presenting in this work under the acronym - IPO. The information obtained daily from the data generated, collected, analyzed and processed, so that they become useful and relevant to people, should consider their personalities, exclusive and complex, which are confronted with the constant process of organizational change. The proposal of this work is to evaluate the human role in organizations as central entities in decision-making processes, very linked to greater informational densification and the knowledge required by the "Fourth Industrial Revolution" called "Industry 4.0". It is intended to present a new perspective that enable it to help people understand better and prepare for the future that new digital technologies offer to organizations.
PALAVRAS-CHAVE: the fourth industrial revolution, industry 4.0, people management, organizational change, data preparation, framework.