Gestão Produção

Gestão Produção
Universidade Federal de São Carlos | UFSCar · Department of Production Engineering

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Introduction
Gestão Produção currently works at the Department of Production Engineering, Universidade Federal de São Carlos. Gestão does research in Manufacturing Engineering. Their current project is 'Gestão & Produção - Nova Edição, Volume 26 Nº2'.

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Publications (249)
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The commute home/work is responsible for most of the daily displacements in urban areas, and which also occurs during the lunch break. Therefore, the following study aims to address the issue of the in-company restaurant and conduct a study of opinion about the restaurants inside the companies. A questionnaire for the employees of 10 companies in t...
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The lean production paradigm was first adopted by the automobile industry and has been progressively adapted and adopted by several other sectors. Health services are, in general, co-created by users. This poses a logical challenge when applying one of the principles of the lean production paradigm: the establishment of pulled processes. This artic...
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The supply chain management (SCM) practices have been consolidated as important tools for increasing productivity and, consequently, business competitiveness. This study shows that peculiar aspects of culture and infrastructure in Brazil become barriers to collaboration and integration, which helps to justify the country's difficulty in inserting i...
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As a result of population growth in large cities, increase in consumption, and, consequently, in production, the bodies responsible for planning, evaluation, and execution of public policies need to implement strategies aimed at environmental preservation and the construction of sustainable cities. The objective of this study is to analyze sustaina...
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Dynamic capability is recognized in the academic and business context as an essential factor for the firm to build differential and remain competitive in dynamic markets. Most of these preliminary studies assess dynamic capability from the perspective of the resource-based view of the firm. This study advances on this theme by analyzing the impact...
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This article assesses the influence of criticisms of female representations in advertising practices in the brewing industry in Brazil between 2012 and 2017 from the perspective of Strategic Action Fields. Unlike existing analyses, the object of the study was conceived as a set of interconnected fields and the role of governance units in the dynami...
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Advances in the development and use of Industry 4.0 technology has resulted in it being applied in various industries. Industry 4.0 enables companies to develop their operations and improve their organizational efficiency. The process of implementing Industry 4.0 is very important, as it requires significant investment, skilled labor and state-of-t...
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Collaboration in the supply chain is involved in studies that suggest the relationship between companies in search of mutual benefits and maintenance of a strategic partner to improve the operational performance of organizations. The collaborative practices defined in the literature refer to a collaborative culture, joint planning, joint problem so...
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This work uses a simulation model to analyze the use of ambulances present in emergency medical services (SAMUs) in relation to the schedule of beginning work shifts and the time patients wait in relation to shift start times. For the development of the model, information was collected from studies present in the literature and applied government r...
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Several topics were analyzed to produce this article, such as Evaluation Engineering, Data Modeling, Data Mining and Big Data. Although the literature on these theories is extensive, there is no record of their simultaneous use in favor of conducting an analysis of the real estate market in a city or region. The present work aims to use these theor...
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Companies strive for superior results. Focusing on return, performance, and profitability is mainstream; this reasoning is constantly present in the decisions of the strategic operational management of companies. Based on this assumption, the objective of this work is to evaluate empirically whether the degree to which a company implements a combin...
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Theory of Constraints (TOC) states that every system has a single constraint that limits its performance, on which improvement efforts should be concentrated. This paper compared, through computer simulation, several methods of identifying the capacity-constrained resource in the perspective of a process of continuous improvement. Six make-to-stock...
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Adequate construction site planning provides productivity and safety gains and reduces material transportation costs. However, as they take a dynamic structure, the construction site layout planning is quite often complex and inefficient. 4D BIM modeling helps to visualize the spatial layout of objects on the construction site throughout the projec...
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This study investigates the effects of the relationship between the learning culture and the dynamic capability and performance of manufacturing teams in the industrial sector. Several studies propose that dynamic capability is capable of improving the organizational and financial performance of companies, however, little research is focused on sim...
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The aim of this study is to conduct climate forecasting with models of artificial neural networks as a tool in the decision-making process for the planting of some types of agricultural products. A database with the main climate elements was built from the National Institute of Meteorology (INMET), and those elements that influenced the average tem...
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Patient experience (PE) has been associated with patients' perception of care services, organizational culture, and interactions experienced by patients. This article aims to characterize the process of measuring adult PE in general hospitals. Therefore, a scoping review (Scoping Review) in a sample of 51 empirical articles dealing with the assessm...
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In order to measure the impact of the economic growth over the years, the sustainable development concept works to balance three pillars of sustainability - economic, social and environmental. This paper has the objective to compare emerging countries (BRICS) with the most developed countries (G7) by analysing sustainable development. Data Envelopm...
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Renewable sources are responsible for more than half of Brazilian electric generation, which basically correspond to hydropower, biomass and wind sources. This research aimed to verify if the Autoregressive Integrated Moving Average (ARIMA) models present good performance in predicting electricity generation from biomass, hydropower and wind power...
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In recent decades, the service strategy has increased in importance both in scientific research and on the agendas of industrial organizations. Service can help such companies to diversify their offerings, avoiding commoditization as well as increasing operational results. However, failures in the service process may generate significant negative i...
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Metaheuristic algorithms solve optimisation problems by identifying the best combination among a set of variables to enhance a function. Within metaheuristics, the main purpose of this work is that of showing the development of research issues about processes related to optimisation and metaheuristics, with a focus on the projection of those issues...
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The objective of this study is to assess the association of project teams maturity with the accuracy of delivered projects in achieving project goals of a contracting manufacture company. This is a qualitative and quantitative empirical study with an explanatory approach. Eighteen project teams, comprising 122 professionals and 71 completed project...
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FMEA is one of the most used methods to support risk analysis in business processes. Nonetheless, this method has some limitations, including the use of only three decision criteria, whose weights are not considered. With the objective of adding new features to FMEA, some studies combine it with multicriteria decision methods. This study proposes a...
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With the purpose of identifying the state-of-the-art in the literature, on the theme of Green Information Technology, or simply Green IT, this study presents a bibliometric review about it. Following a research protocol, 171 papers published between the years 2007 to 2020 were selected, providing an overview or are focused on a particular aspect of...
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The present study has analyzed the techno-economic feasibility of applying gasification technology to the energy use of Municipal Solid Waste in an industrial plant. In that case, the obtained gas shall be used as an alternative source for electric energy generation. The technical feasibility analysis took into account the waste suitability to the...
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This paper aims to compare different models to support decision making in production planning (and, consequently, in sales and inventory), in an environment where product demands are variable and uncertain, it is possible to produce at normal hours and overtime, loss of sales is consequence of stockouts, there is limit to internal storage, with pos...
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Managers of organizations have few tools to evaluate manufacturing capabilities. Such scarcity implies in a greater difficulty to generate or maintain sustainable competitive advantages over competitors. This study aims to replicate the instrument developed by Jain et al. (2014) for the evaluation of manufacturing capabilities and analyze the resul...
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This work aims to report the implementation of a set of indicators applied to a project portfolio control, highlighting the solutions found to manage the practical problems common to these issues. We conducted a study based on the research-action method to establish and test the indicators. Our results indicate the need for integrated systems of in...
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The management of waste from health services is considered an extremely controversial topic and widely discussed because it is mainly about contaminated materials. This study aims to analyze the waste management of health services in hospitals in a southern region of Brazil, identifying the final disposal processes, in accordance with the National...
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Performance measurement is considered a critical strategic process for companies operating in the logistics sector, as they need to perform high service levels under conditions of uncertainty. In this context, the present study aimed to evaluate the process of performance measurement in a multinational 3PL provider with a subsidiary in Fortaleza, C...
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The shortage of funding, the challenging assessment of aid needs, and the lack of transportation systems for the rescue and care of victims represent major constraints to disaster response operations. In order to improve logistical performance in these conditions, including remote and large areas, this paper proposes a formal mathematical model to...
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The complexity that surrounds the construction projects ends up hampering the balance between economic, environmental and social issues. In this context, this research aims to know the behavior of international scientific production relating sustainability to complex projects, through a systematic literature review and bibliometric indicators. It w...
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Several studies argue that agricultural mechanization has reduced employment and wages. However, there is a lack of studies analyzing employment and income over time, especially comparing the agricultural activities. Our major argument is the structural change in the employment - from un-skilled to skilled workers which has to be understood because...
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Critical Success Factors (CSF) identify key areas for a company to succeed. This study creates a model to analyze CSF in civil construction project management, using Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs). For that, a literature review was performed to identify CSF emphasizing project management. Once the CSF were identified, a questionnaire was sent to...
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This paper investigates the existence of uncertainties in different wind power commercialization contracts in Brazil and their correlation with the Real Options associated with unmitigated risks in the Back up Energy and New Energy contracts. From a documentary review of existing contracts from 2009 to 2018, it was found that the Real Options on Ne...
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With an accelerated economic and social development, the growing generation of solid waste produced by society, whether domestic, urban, hospital, industrial or construction, is highlighted. To do so, it is highlighted what to do and how to manage this problem, in order to reduce environmental impacts and take advantage of such waste. In this conte...
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The present study analyzes aspects of the application of the Design Science Research (DSR), identifies the problem classes, as well as the contributions and limitations in the implementation of the method in the various areas and subareas of Industrial Engineering. The research uses the method of systematic literature review through a review of art...
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The literature on service innovation has identified many factors that contribute to its success. However, the literature is fragmented concerning identifying and analyzing the critical factors that lead to success in service innovation. This article has two main objectives. First, we describe, analyze, and synthesize these critical factors via a li...
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: In the industrial maintenance field, critical tasks are activities that can endanger operating processes and cause serious accidents if not performed correctly. These tasks are typically performed by professionals with a considerable level of knowledge and rely on prescribed procedures that flag the task, drawing the attention of task performers....
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The change in organizational processes by means of associating the new resources made available by IT (Information Technology) with the intrinsic characteristics of business-related areas embodies one of the innovation concepts. This work proposes a reference model for the formationnof innovation networks focused on implementing systems that repres...
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The civil construction industry has great prominence in the national economy, however, the sector is responsible for generating a large amount of Construction Waste (CW). The CW recycling plants present technological solutions that aim to minimize the environmental impact caused by the inadequate disposal of the CW, and that the generated material...
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Keeping the student focused for long periods of time has been a challenge for teachers. The adoption of new teaching strategies in which students leave the position of listeners and share with the master the active position is already known and even adopted. These strategies give students the opportunity to have more interactive experiences, stimul...
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This study aimed to analyze the perception of the project manager regarding the Executive Secretary’s contribution in project management. The pursuit of competitive advantage has led organizations to be concerned with project management and the communication difficulties and a lack of leadership during the process are cited among the reasons that c...
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Delay is one of the most recurrent problems in the construction industry. It is the cause of major negative consequences on construction projects and it can be the main reason for project failures. Still, there is a need for studies focusing on causes of these delays. The objective of this article is to determine the factors with greatest influence...
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Among the coordination mechanisms present in an organization defined by Mintzberg, there are the mechanisms based on standardization of processes, employee skills and outputs. This study intends to investigate, through an exploratory and quantitative approach, the relationship between standardization-based coordination mechanisms, considered essent...
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The New Public Administration (NPA), guided by the Principles of Public Administration (PPA), has incorporated several approaches to promote more effective management. Among these is the lean perspective, focused on eliminating waste and improving organizational processes. Thus, the present study aims to analyze the relationship between types of wa...
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Urban solid waste management is a complex system due to the many variables that compose it, which makes it difficult for managers to make decisions. Among the decision-making tools is system dynamics. To identify the gaps between the literature and the studies about urban solid waste management by using system dynamics method, a survey of published...
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Large banking institutions play an important role in sustainable development, especially owing to their size and capillarity. Therefore, the objective of this study is to compare sustainability indicators (economic, environmental, and social) published in the reports of some of these institutions that operate in the Brazilian market. The four banks...
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The supply chain performance evaluation is a critical activity to continuously improve operations. Literature presents several performance evaluation systems based on multi-criteria methods and artificial intelligence. Among them, the systems based on artificial neural networks (ANN) excel due to their capacity of modeling non-linear relationships...
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Nash equilibrium is an important concept for studying human behavior in group decision making process. Given the complexity of finding Nash equilibria, computational tools are necessary to find them. Several programs were developed for this task. However, available programs are either not comprehensive or might be of difficult installation and hand...
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The objective of this work was to present the analysis instruments of Green Innovation that seek to relate it to Sustainable Competitive Advantage. Determining the research instruments through which we can analyze the relations between Organizational Capacity, Green Innovation, and Performance can enlighten us in what contributes with the levels of...
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In this research article, we present a methodological proposal for improving the process of monitoring public works using quality management. To do this, we have reviewed the monitoring process carried out by the National Education Development Fund (FNDE) during the Proinfância program. We adopted a case study based on design science research as a...
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Good design and construction planning are essential to ensure the quality of the final product. To do this, it is necessary to develop an integrated organizational system for production and work schedule control, just in time material delivery, job site layout planning and real-time task management. The main objective of this work is to propose a m...
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The study of making-do contributes to improvements in the planning and control of construction sites, thus minimizing waste. The present study aims to investigate and analyze waste by making-do in seven companies from Goiás with the aid of a Dashboard and perform the risk analysis of the identified waste. Data were analyzed during the technical vis...
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In a multiple stream process (MSP) a product is manufactured in a number of streams in parallel. The traditional tool for monitoring MSPs, the group control chart (GCC), does not take into account that typically the value of the quality variable in each stream is the sum of a component common to all streams and an individual component, of the parti...
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This article analyses the difficulties observed in adopting the Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) program in production systems. The research strategies used for this purpose consisted of a literature review, a panel of experts and a survey with professionals working in manufacturing companies. Altogether, 69 market professionals took part in the...
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Multivariate control charts are essential tools in multivariate statistical process control (MSPC). “Shewhart-type” charts are control charts using rational subgroupings which are effective in the detection of large shifts. Recently, the one-class classification problem has attracted a lot of interest. Three methods are typically used to solve this...
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Sensing networks provide nowadays massive amounts of data that in many applications provide information about curves, surfaces and vary over a continuum, usually time, and thus, can be suitably modelled as functional data. Their proper modelling by means of functional data analysis approaches naturally addresses new challenges also arising in the s...