Gestão das Partes Interessadas e Inovação Aberta: Um Ensaio Teórico na Perspectiva do Gerenciamento de Projetos

Priscila Nesello, Ana Cristina Fachinelli

Resumo


A inovação aberta tem como um de seus principais fundamentos o compartilhamento de informações e conhecimento com atores externos. A complexidade de projetos de inovação aberta é elevada em grande parte devido ao número de partes interessadas que os compõe. Portanto, planejar e gerenciar partes interessadas é fator determinante de sucesso para projetos desta natureza. O presente artigo aborda tais questões em um ensaio teórico, que teve como objetivo discutir a integração de diferentes abordagens de gerenciamento de projetos para uma melhor gestão das partes interessadas em projetos de inovação aberta. A visão desenvolvida ao longo da última década propõe um alinhamento entre abordagens ágeis de gerenciamento de projetos e inovação aberta. Contudo, o modelo conceitual desenvolvido mostra que as abordagens tradicionais podem também contribuir ao fornecerem um corpo de conhecimento estruturado, que proporciona apoio aos gerentes de projetos.


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Gerenciamento de Projetos; Abordagens Ágeis; Abordagens Tradicionais; Inovação Aberta; Gestão das Partes Interessadas.

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