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2022

Manufacturing and Management Paradigms, Methods and Tools for Sustainable Industry 4.0-Oriented Manufacturing Systems

Authors
Varela, L; Avila, P; Castro, H; Putnik, GD; Fonseca, LMC; Ferreira, L;

Publication
SUSTAINABILITY

Abstract
In the current Industry 4 [...]

2022

HYBRID GOVERNANCE SYSTEM VALUE PERCEPTION MODEL

Authors
Marchisotti, G; Rodrigues, J; Franca, S; Toledo, R; Castro, H; Alves, C; Putnik, G;

Publication
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR QUALITY RESEARCH

Abstract
This paper aims to analyze the negative perception about the ability to generate value from a Governance System (GS). A model that would explain the reason for the less positive perception regarding the ability to generate value from the GS of the organizations, from the analysis of the relationship between the constructs Hybridism, GS, Accountability and Perception of Value based on IR, was proposed and validated with structural equation modeling (SEM), based on 658 responses from professionals of Brazilian organizations from the public, private and non-profit sectors. It is suggested that conflicts related to organizational hybridism negatively influence the results orientation of the GS, which in turn influences the imbalance of its Accountability. As a result of the GS's loss of results orientation, and considering the IR capitals in the disclosure of results, there is a negative perception of the GS's ability to add value to the results.

2022

THE SOCIAL REPRESENTATION OF THE GOVERNANCE SYSTEM THROUGH KEY DESCRIPTORS: MUTE ZONE?

Authors
Marchisotti, G; Filho, J; Franca, S; Domingos, M; Junior, V; Toledo, R; Alves, C; Castro, H; Putnik, G;

Publication
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR QUALITY RESEARCH

Abstract
This article seeks to describe the social representations of Brazilians about the term Governance System (GS). The data were collected through online questionnaires answered by 665 social actors from Brazil. The data analysis used the Social Representation Theory (SRT), operationalized by the techniques of free evocation of words and the Four Houses Framework of Verges, followed by lexical and content analysis. It was identified that in the center of the table there are words highly shared by the social actors about the Governance System: Accountability, Administration, Compliance, Control, Management, Organization, Planning, Processes, Transparency, and Ethics. It is concluded that Accountability is conceived as a structuring element for the effectiveness of the GS. The data suggest the existence of a mute zone in the social representation, since there was a scarcity of words that brought negative expressions about the GS and that deserve future investigations.

2021

Adoption of digital technologies during the COVID-19 pandemic: Lessons learned from collaborative Academia-Industry R&D case studies

Authors
Simões, A; Ferreira, F; Castro, H; Senna, P; Silva, D; Dalmarco, G;

Publication
IEEE International Conference on Industrial Informatics (INDIN)

Abstract

2021

Collaborative Engineering definition: Distinguishing it from Concurrent Engineering through the complexity and semiotics lenses

Authors
Putnik, GD; Putnik, Z; Shah, V; Varela, L; Ferreira, L; Castro, H; Catia, A; Pinheiro, P;

Publication
IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering

Abstract

Supervised
thesis

2021

CARACTERIZAÇÃO, ANÁLISE E MELHORIA DAS CONTAMINAÇÕES NAS DIFERENTES ETAPAS DO PROCESSO DE MONTAGEM DE DISPOSITIVOS ELECTRÓNICOS

Author
JOÃO PEDRO LOURENÇO DIAS

Institution
IPP-ISEP

2016

A simulation analysis of the impact of forest fire suppression policies on rekindles

Author
David Pereira da Silva

Institution
UP-FEUP

2016

Sistema de Posicionamento baseado em Fusão Sensorial de Dados

Author
Daniel Henrique Moreira Pinto Duque Barbosa

Institution
UP-FEUP