Competencias del Jefe de Obra

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https://doi.org/10.3989/ic.73925

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Gestión de Proyectos, Construcción, Jefe de Obra, Competencias, Constructoras, BIM

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La Construcción es un sector complejo y muy competitivo. Por ello, la Gestión de Obras requiere Jefes de Obra muy cualificados y con experiencia. Este artículo tiene por objeto validar empíricamente 47 competencias del Jefe de Obra, identificadas después de una exhaustiva revisión bibliográfica. Todas fueron satisfactoriamente validadas, utilizando como herramienta para la investigación una encuesta por cuestionario a la que respondieron 483 profesionales del sector. El estudio evidencia que surge BIM como una nueva competencia de los Jefe de Obra en el contexto actual de la Gestión de Obras.

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2021-06-18

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Sánchez, B. ., Sanz, C. ., & Latorre, A. . (2021). Competencias del Jefe de Obra. Informes De La Construcción, 73(562), e389. https://doi.org/10.3989/ic.73925

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