FATORES-CRÍTICOS DE SUCESSO EM PROJETOS DA INDÚSTRIA 4.0

Silvio Cesar Alves Teixeira, Cristiane Drebes Pedron, Luciano Ferreira da Silva

Resumo


Objetivo: Mapear os Fatores Críticos de Sucesso (FCS) em projetos da Indústria 4.0.

 

Relevância/originalidade: Apoiar a área de gestão de projetos no mapeamento e desenvolvimento de atividades de projeto em projetos da Indústria 4.0 para obter sucesso no projeto.

 

Metodologia/abordagem: Este estudo adotou como estratégia de pesquisa uma Revisão Sistemática da Literatura (RSL) utilizando a base de dados Scopus. O corpus de análise foi constituído por 56 artigos. O processo de análise seguiu orientado pela categorização do corpus de análise que permitiu construir matrizes comparativas para explicar similitudes e diferenças.

 

Principais resultados Mapeados: 53 Fatores Críticos de Sucesso (FCS) e agrupados em 10 categorias conforme características de cada fator. Os FCS pesquisados apoiam a área de gestão de projetos no mapeamento e desenvolvimento de atividades durante as fases de iniciação, planejamento, execução e finalização em projetos da Indústria 4.0.

 

Contribuições teóricas/metodológicas: O estudo disponibiliza uma relação de FCS e sua influência em projetos da Indústria 4.0, cujo a aplicabilidade pode auxiliar a área de gestão de projetos durante todas as fases do projeto, porém, recomendamos um estudo de campo para identificar o grau de impacto de cada categoria mapeada neste estudo e a influência de cada FCS nas fases do projeto.

 

Contribuições sociais/para a gestão: O estudo disponibiliza uma relação de FCS e sua influência em projetos da Indústria 4.0, cuja aplicabilidade pode auxiliar a área de gestão de projetos durante todas as fases do projeto, porém, recomendamos um estudo de campo para identificar o grau de impacto de cada categoria mapeada neste estudo e a influência de cada FCS nas fases do projeto.


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Gerenciamento de Projetos, Projetos, Fatores Críticos de Sucesso, Indústria 4.0

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