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Curso a la carta para alumnos del Tecnol贸gico de Monterrey (M茅xico)

IMG_0030Durante estos meses de julio y julio de 2016, la Universitat Polit猫cnica de Val猫ncia, a trav茅s de su Centro de Formaci贸n Permanente, ha realizado un curso sobre Gesti贸n e Ingenier铆a de la Construcci贸n destinado a m谩s de 30 alumnos del Instituto Tecnol贸gico y de Estudio Superiores de Monterrey (M茅xico). Se trata de un curso de 50 horas presenciales, realizado a medida, basado en la metodolog铆a de la lecci贸n magistral, el estudio del caso, visitas de campo y ejercicios pr谩cticos.

Los objetivos planteados pretenden conseguir que los alumnos entiendan la gesti贸n como una herramienta b谩sica para administrar los recursos, que sepan aplicar聽la gesti贸n a la empresa como organizaci贸n en la que se desenvuelven los ingenieros civiles, aplicar la gesti贸n al proyecto, entender la contabilidad anal铆tica y financiera como herramienta de control de costes en la empresa y en la obra y emplear los sistemas de informaci贸n y las tecnolog铆as de la informaci贸n y la comunicaci贸n.

Se desarrollaron los siguientes temas en el programa:

  1. La toma de decisiones en la empresa
  2. La empresa constructora
  3. La producci贸n en la empresa constructora
  4. Contabilidad de costes
  5. Construcci贸n industrializada y prefabricaci贸n
  6. Herramientas de planificaci贸n de operaciones de construcci贸n
  7. Tipolog铆a de infraestructuras en ingenier铆a civil

Adem谩s, se realizaron las siguientes visitas: variante de Monroyo, Pacadar, naves de Arcelor en Port de Sagunt y puerto de Valencia. Impartieron las clases los profesores Pascual Boquera, Jaime Jim茅nez, V铆ctor Yepes y Teresa Pellicer. Este curso se viene desarrollando en la Universitat Polit猫cnica de Val猫ncia durante varios veranos, radicando el 茅xito en la personalizaci贸n de la formaci贸n a las necesidades de los alumnos. Adem谩s, es una oportunidad magn铆fica para los alumnos mexicanos de conocer la ciudad de Valencia, nuestra universidad y las posibilidades de estudio de posgrado.

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Creative Innovation in Spanish Construction Firms

Abstract: Small-sized and medium-sized contractors are characterized by organizational structures that are highly focused on control. As a result, employees concentrate on day-to-day activities with little time or motivation to generate creative ideas. Generally, the technological improvements of these companies arise as a result of problem-solving at the construction site. Nevertheless, the actual status quo is changing. Some Spanish public agencies are already considering innovation as an added value in public procurement; thus, large contractors are starting to systemize their innovative efforts. This means that small-sized and medium-sized enterprises must modify their attitudes towards innovation in order to sustain their competitiveness. The implementation of a system that enhances innovation and acquisition of knowledge may be the solution to overcome this disadvantage. The implementation of an innovation management system was analyzed in a Spanish construction firm of medium size for 9 years. The system builds on a set of processes aimed to generate innovation projects that allow the contractor to document the innovation, not only for internal purposes related to knowledge management, but also for external ones associated with obtaining better results in public tenders. These processes are as follows: (1)聽technology watch, (2)聽creativity, (3)聽planning and executing innovation projects, (4)聽technology transfer, and (5)聽protection of results. The final step is the feedback of the entire process through the assessment of the final outcomes. The implementation of the innovation system is ensured within the organization, through training of personnel, participation of stakeholders, and encouragement of the innovation culture.

Key words: Construction; Innovation; Management; Process; System

Reference:

Yepes, V., Pellicer, E., Alarc贸n, L., and Correa, C. (2015). “Creative Innovation in Spanish Construction Firms.” J. Prof. Issues Eng. Educ. Pract. , 10.1061/(ASCE)EI.1943-5541.0000251 , 04015006.

Read More: http://ascelibrary.org/doi/abs/10.1061/%28ASCE%29EI.1943-5541.0000251

30 abril, 2015
 
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