The behaviour of the current competitive markets makes project management one of the distinctive factors in companies' success. Its practices have revealed to be crucial in deadlines accomplishment, costs reduction, quality requirements satisfaction, among other benefits. This research was developed as a case study in an automotive company with the aim of developing a framework for visual management of capacities in industrialization projects to tackle overload situations of project managers. The model developed considers industrialization project management a standard process that usually calls for a tipical set of activities, whose duration and effort are defined according to project complexity. The proposed activity scheduling process results from an adaption of Heuristic based Priority Rules, aligned with the problem specifications.
DEVELOPMENT OF A FRAMEWORK FOR MANAGING CAPACITIES AND SCHEDULES IN INDUSTRIALIZATION PROJECTS: A CASE STUDY IN THE AUTOMOTIVE DOMAIN
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