A relação entre o planejamento e o sucesso do projeto sob os efeitos do risco e da capacitação profissional

Lucio Barbosa Roubach, Marcos Paulo Valadares Oliveira

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O planejamento é considerado um dos maiores colaboradores para o sucesso dos projetos. Pesquisas recentes dedicaram-se a estudar o comportamento dessa relação em diferentes contextos. Sugere-se que projetos expostos a maiores níveis de riscos demandem maior necessidade de planejar para alcançar o sucesso, enquanto projetos com maior número de profissionais capacitados apresentem menor necessidade de planejamento para alcançar o sucesso. Este trabalho buscou investigar a influência do planejamento no sucesso do projeto sob diferentes níveis de risco e de participação de profissionais capacitados em projetos no Brasil. Para tanto, foram avaliados os efeitos das moderações a partir da análise das respostas de 257 gerentes de projetos, por meio da Modelagem de Equações Estruturais. Os resultados mostram que o nível de risco modera o impacto do planejamento na dimensão de sucesso eficiência do projeto, enquanto a participação de profissionais capacitados não modera as relações do planejamento com qualquer dimensão de sucesso (eficiência ou eficácia). Foi possível deduzir que aprimorar o planejamento para alcançar o sucesso em eficiência do projeto é uma maneira que as empresas brasileiras dispõem para compensar o efeito dos riscos na relação. Em contrapartida, conclui-se que o fato de possuir uma equipe formada por grande parcela de colaboradores com capacitação não reduz a dependência da organização por planejar para alcançar o sucesso.

 


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Planejamento de projetos; Risco; Capacitação profissional; Sucesso de projetos

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