Identificando práticas de gerenciamento de projetos em organizações inovadoras: uma revisão sistemática

Marcelo da Costa Borba, Lara Regia Melo Filho, Josefa Edileide Santos Ramos, Marcelo Luiz Monteiro Marinho

Resumo


As práticas de gestão de projetos estão cada vez mais populares nas organizações, elas são impulsionadas principalmente pelo uso da tecnologia da informação e do ambiente dinâmico. Assim, as empresas inovadoras precisam procurar conhecer e analisar quais práticas de gerenciamento podem caber em seus projetos. Considerando o grande número de existentes, torna-se fundamental prestar atenção ao propósito do projeto, seu potencial humano e as vantagens competitivas geradas. Esta pesquisa visa destacar as práticas utilizadas na gestão de projetos adotados por organizações inovadoras e tenta organizá-las de acordo com sua finalidade ou função. Realizou-se uma revisão sistemática da literatura para encontrar as práticas inovadoras de gerenciamento de projetos. Os resultados revelaram vinte e três práticas. Além disso, observou-se que o uso combinado de práticas no gerenciamento de projetos pode ser um fator determinante no sucesso do projeto. Portanto, é necessário trabalhar com equipes multidisciplinares em que flexibilidade, agilidade, criatividade e inovação são a regra.


Palavras-chave


Gestão Ágil; Gerenciamento de riscos; Capacidade combinada; PMBOK

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