MÉTODOS ÁGILES EN GESTIÓN DE PROYECTOS. APLICACIÓN A LA EXPLOTACIÓN Y CONSERVACIÓN EN INFRAESTRUCTURAS VIARIAS.
Vázquez Cabo, Gonzalo
Amiama Ares, Carlos
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The maintenance of the roads is a field traditionally linked to the construction sector. In the construction sector, many of the most well-known project management tools, such as PERT, Critical Path or Earned Value, have historically been used within a traditional plan-oriented project life cycle model. However, the analysis of the new conditions has given rise to a series of new project management models, led by the software engineering sector, since the 80s of the 20th century and then extended to other fields. Based on the Toyota Production System, new approaches, called agile methodologies, which fundamentally consider concepts such as complexity and uncertainty, are increasingly being used. In this work, a general overview of the starting concepts of the models, historical evolution, is then carried out in a first block, to then focus on two methodologies such as Scrum and Lean. In the second block, a series of concrete Lean construction tools and integrated project management models, such as the Integrated Project Delivery or Lean Project Delivery System, and its application to road maintenance are shown in more depth.
- CIDIP 2018 (Madrid)