Métodos de Gestão de Projetos e Sucesso dos Projetos: Um Estudo Quantitativo do Relacionamento entre estes Conceitos

Leandro Alves Patah, Marly Monteiro de Carvalho

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Investigar o relacionamento entre a adoção de metodologias de gestão de projetos e o sucesso em projetos é o principal objetivo desse trabalho. Para isso a abordagem metodológica consistiu em um levantamento de campo longitudinal, conduzido em 3 países, Argentina, Brasil e Chile, por um período de 3 anos. Foram obtidos dados de 1387 projetos. Os resultados permitiram evidenciar influência positiva e significativa do grau de implementação de métodos de gestão de projetos no sucesso dos mesmos, do ponto de vista de prazo.

DOI:10.5585/gep.v3i2.94


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Gestão de Projetos; Sucesso em Projetos; Indicadores de Desempenho.

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