APROXIMACIÓN NEUROCIENTÍFICA AL MODELO DE IPMA: NEUROCOMPETENCIAS Y NEUROENTRENAMIENTO EN DIRECCIÓN DE PROYECTOS.
Suárez Fernández-Miranda, Susana
Aguayo González, Francisco
Lama Ruíz, Juan Ramón
Luque Sendra, Amalia
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IPMA ICB4 focuses on the competence development of the project manager with a focus mainly based on the individual. The structure of a competence from cognitivism implies the acquisition of cognitive, affective and metacognitive components. Being associated with technical, contextual and personal domains. Sustained by basic cognitive processes such as attention, motivation, memory, learning, reasoning, problem solving and decision making. The current lines of research establish the importance of emotion and self-regulation in the formation of the cognitive process. In the present work, a conceptualization of the competence in project management is offered, under the IPMA model, from neuroscience, giving rise to the concept of neurocompetence as a construct supported by the biological brain, through a neurocognitive network of great plasticity and maximum efficiency. A set of techniques have been developed, among which are neurobiofeedback, cognitive computing and teaching from big data. Being these techniques revised, to carry out a proposal of its articulation in the management of the maturity of the neurocompetence of the projects manager throughout his professional cycle.biological brain, through a neurocognitive network of great plasticity and maximum efficiency.
- CIDIP 2018 (Madrid)