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Arturo Rodolfo Saenz Arteaga
Jhony Ostos Mariño
Kerstin Bremser

Algunos autores han propuesto que la eficacia del equipo del proyecto influye en el éxito de la gestión del proyecto. Sin embargo, esta relación no ha sido bien investigada. Los objetivos de este estudio fueron analizar la relación entre la eficacia del equipo del proyecto y el éxito de la gestión del proyecto y examinar tres variables moderadoras (incertidumbre de la tarea, interdependencia de la tarea y efecto de caos) y la relación entre estas. El estudio se basó en una muestra de 52 equipos de trabajo minero. Se confirmaron las hipótesis sugeridas, existe una relación influyente entre la eficacia del equipo del proyecto y el éxito de la gestión del proyecto minero, así como la importancia de las variables moderadas.


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Saenz Arteaga, A. R., Ostos Mariño, J., & Bremser, K. (2020). La influencia de la eficacia del equipo del proyecto y los factores organizativos en el éxito de la gestión del proyecto minero. Revista Universidad Y Empresa, 22(39).

Arturo Rodolfo Saenz Arteaga, ESADE, ESAN

Profesor a tiempo completo en Universidad ESAN. Investigador en el area de adminsitración y finanzas con interes en Proyectos Mineros e Industriales.

Jhony Ostos Mariño, Esan University (Universidad Esan)

Professor for Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences.

Research professor in Organizational Theory and  Business Strategic Management.

Kerstin Bremser, Pforzheim University

Professor of International Business at the Pforzheim University of Technology.

She has been involved in teaching and research related to strategic issues in the tourism industry and cultural difference between Europe and South America.

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