Propuesta de mejora de los procedimientos en la gestión de proyectos en JASEC: Caso de proyecto de generación termoeléctrica impulsada con biodiesel
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The need to increase power capacity and electricity generation is explicit in the JASEC Strategic Plan, with the implementation of electricity generation projects, through previously established guidelines. These guidelines were formalized through ISO-9001: 2008 certification and with this a set of templates for project management through the 6P09 procedure and the Business Management System (SGE), establishing actions to plan, supervise and validate the formulation and project development. These templates, mostly, are in the SGE and in some cases need to be reviewed and improved. In order to present this set of documents related to project management, contained in the SGE or in the 6P09 procedure, the objective is to elaborate a review of the current situation regarding the processes, techniques and tools established by JASEC for the administration of Projects. This review gives the most representative documents in project management and the current condition in which they are in the SGE or procedure 6P09. With the revision, the process of identifying the set of processes, techniques and tools that can be applied in the present project is identified in the PMBoK® and JASEC methodology for project management. It is here that the proposal to improve the templates analyzed and the creation of new ones to be developed in the project management plan are proposed. The solution of the proposal is to generate management plans within the groups of startup and planning processes for the areas of integration knowledge, scope, stakeholders, time, cost, quality, human resources, communications, risk, procurement, environment and financial management of the project; obtaining the plan of management of the thermoelectric generation project driven with biodiesel.
Proyecto de Graduación (Maestría en Gerencia de Proyectos) Instituto Tecnológico de Costa Rica, Área Académica de Gerencia de Proyectos, 2017.