Gerenciamento de stakeholders e escritório de gerenciamento de projetos: Efeito nos resultados

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Roque Rabechini Jr.
Eddy Alberto Morris Abarca
Nestor U. Salcedo
Cesar Jhonnatan P. Horna Saldaña
Danielle Cruz Paiva

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Uma vez que stakeholders de projetos afetam seus resultados, o gerenciamento desses atores deve ser considerado uma atividade relevante no gerenciamento de projetos. Somado a essa evidência, este estudo reconhece que os resultados de projetos podem ser incrementados quando há o apoio de um Escritório de Gerenciamento de Projetos (EGP). Assim, busca-se analisar a influência positiva do gerenciamento de stakeholders nos resultados dos projetos, especificamente na probabilidade de sua conclusão dentro de prazos e custos previstos, considerando o efeito moderador do apoio de EGPs. Para isso, o estudo apresenta um modelo conceitual
validado por regressão logarítmica, usando dados coletados em pesquisa do tipo survey respondida por 216 professionais experientes da área de gerenciamento de projetos e que estudam o tema em cursos de pós-graduação. Os resultados indicam que o gerenciamento de stakeholders melhora os resultados de projetos e confirmam que o EGP aprimora a influência desse tipo de gerenciamento nos resultados. Como contribuição, a pesquisa reforça o gerenciamento de stakeholders e o apoio de EGPs como elementos-chave para o sucesso no gerenciamento de projetos. A amostragem foi suficiente para a replicabilidade da pesquisa, contudo restringiu-se a profissionais que vivem no Peru. Portanto, estudos futuros podem buscar alcançar uma população mais ampla. 

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RABECHINI JR., R. .; MORRIS ABARCA, E. A. .; U. SALCEDO, N. .; P. HORNA SALDAÑA, C. J. .; CRUZ PAIVA, D. . Gerenciamento de stakeholders e escritório de gerenciamento de projetos: Efeito nos resultados. RAE-Revista de Administração de Empresas, [S. l.], v. 62, n. 6, p. e2020–1077, 2022. DOI: 10.1590/S0034-759020220606 . Disponível em: https://bibliotecadigital.fgv.br/ojs/index.php/rae/article/view/86719. Acesso em: 27 nov. 2022.
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