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Entre fluxos e contra-fluxos: um estudo de caso sobre logística e sua aplica o na responsabilidade socioambiental [doi: 10.5329/RECADM.20111001006]
Julio Cesar Andrade de Abreu,Daniel Reis Armond-de-Melo,Cláudio Bezerra Leopoldino
Revista Eletr?nica de Ciência Administrativa - RECADM , 2011, DOI: 10.5329/596
Abstract: RESUMO A logística é uma das áreas funcionais da administra o e ganha cada vez mais relevo na prática gerencial e nas pesquisas acadêmicas. Ao mesmo tempo as organiza es come am a agregar em suas estratégias corporativas práticas de responsabilidade social e ambiental visando atender simultaneamente exigências mercadológicas, governamentais e cidad s. Este artigo se prop e a responder a seguinte quest o: Como a logística pode colaborar com estratégias de responsabilidade socioambiental das organiza es? Para tanto foi utilizada a metodologia de estudo de caso sobre uma multinacional instalada no Brasil. Sem pretens o de generaliza es, conclui-se através do caso analisado que a logística reversa pode contribuir fortemente com a estratégia de responsabilidade socioambiental das organiza es, agregando valor à imagem da empresa e melhorando seus indicadores de desempenho. Palavras-Chave Logística Reversa; Responsabilidade Socioambiental; Estudo de Caso ABSTRACT Logistics is one of the functional areas of management and it is gaining more emphasis on managerial practice and in academic research. At the same time organizations begin to aggregate into their corporate strategies environmental responsibility practices to meet demands from the market, the government and from the citizens. This article aims to answer the following question: How can logistics collaborate with social-environmental responsibility strategies of organizations? To do so the methodology of case study was applied in a multinational operation in Brazil. Without intending to generalize, it is concluded by the case analysis that reverse logistics can contribute significantly to the strategy of social and environmental responsibility of organizations, adding value to the company's reputation and improving its performance indicators. Keywords Reverse Logistics; social-environmental responsibility; Case Study
Jogos de empresas como componente curricular: análise de sua aplica??o por meio de planos de ensino
Motta, Gustavo da Silva;Quintella, Rogério Hermida;Melo, Daniel Reis Armond de;
Organiza??es & Sociedade , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1984-92302012000300004
Abstract: this paper aims to analyze the relevance of business games as a subject on the curriculum of under-graduate business schools in brazil. the literature review demonstrates that the application of business games has potential to train managers, however, this research identifies some misunderstandings in the application of such games on courses. the teaching plans of business games courses (with some name variations) from 25 brazilian higher education institutions were analyzed by documentary research. the concep of business games subjects uses two approaches: the first deals with games as a teach-learning tool; the second deals with the integration of the diverse content of the specific subject of management. the analysis shows a distortion in the institutional interpretation of games as a tool for management training. there is a mistake in the concept of a subject that has no identity, and about the absence of game application in the development of the subject. this article demonstrates the need for greater institutional support in the acquisition/development of didactic resources and the preparedness of teachers to apply business games.
O jogo de empresas no processo de aprendizagem em administra??o: o discurso coletivo de alunos
Motta, Gustavo da Silva;Melo, Daniel Reis Armond de;Paix?o, Roberto Brazileiro;
Revista de Administra??o Contemporanea , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1415-65552012000300002
Abstract: this paper aims to analyze the perception students have about the meaning of business games in the management learning process. business games are as useful in the academic environment as they are in the commercial environment, as they offer simulated experience of business situations and associated decision-making. research that proves the validity of such games as an educational practice able to add knowledge to management training and contribute a meaningful learning experience is still incipient. thus, this research was undertaken with 72 students from undergraduate and specialization courses in management and related areas who have taken part in business games. the collected data was analyzed, qualitatively and quantitatively, using the collective subject speech (css) method, developed by lefevre and lefevre (2003, 2005). what emerged is that the meaning of the business games for the students is related to its contributions to the management learning process. some factors were identified as the main contributions: (a) the aid in developing decision-making skills, an integral characteristic of management roles; (b) the simulated experience of business activities; (c) the development of interpersonal abilities for teamwork; and (d) the application of knowledge acquired during management courses.
Jogos de empresas como componente curricular: análise de sua aplica o por meio de planos de ensino
Gustavo da Silva Motta,Rogério Hermida Quintella,Daniel Reis Armond de Melo
Organiza??es & Sociedade , 2012,
Abstract: O objetivo deste artigo é analisar a pertinência da presen a de um componente curricular denominado Jogos de Empresas, nos cursos de gradua o em Administra o no Brasil. A revis o bibliográ ca demonstra que a aplica o de jogos tem elevado potencial de contribui o para a forma o em Administra o, mas a presente pesquisa identi cou falhas na concep o das disciplinas a ela relacionadas. Os Planos de Ensino da disciplina “Jogos de Empresas” (com algumas varia es de nomenclatura) de 25 IES brasileiras foram analisados por meio de pesquisa documental. Duas abordagens distintas foram identi cadas para o tratamento da disciplina Jogos de Empresas: a primeira, que trata da capacita o para que se apliquem jogos como ferramenta de ensino-aprendizagem; e a segunda, que trata da integra o das diversas disciplinas especí cas de gest o. A análise apontou uma distor o da interpreta o institucional a respeito da importancia dos jogos para a forma o em Administra o. Há equívoco na concep o das disciplinas, que sofrem de falta de identidade, e quanto a n o aplica o dos jogos no próprio desenvolvimento de tais disciplinas. Dessa forma, este artigo é concluído com a demonstra o da necessidade de um maior apoio institucional executado por meio da aquisi o/desenvolvimento de recursos didáticos e da capacita o docente para que se desenvolvam jogos de empresas. ----- Business Games as Curriculum Component: analysis of their use in teaching ----- ABSTRACT ----- This paper aims to analyze the relevance of Business Games as a subject on the curriculum of under-graduate business schools in Brazil. The literature review demonstrates that the application of business games has potential to train Managers, however, this research identi es some misunderstandings in the application of such games on courses. The teaching plans of Business Games courses (with some name variations) from 25 Brazilian Higher Education Institutions were analyzed by documentary research. The concept of Business Games subjects uses two approaches: the rst deals with games as a teach-learning tool; the second deals with the integration of the diverse content of the speci c subject of management. The analysis shows a distortion in the institutional interpretation of games as a tool for management training. There is a mistake in the concept of a subject that has no identity, and about the absence of game application in the development of the subject. This article demonstrates the need for greater institutional support in the acquisition/development of didactic resources and the preparedness of
O Jogo de Empresas no Processo de Aprendizagem em Administra o: o Discurso Coletivo de Alunos
Gustavo da Silva Motta,Daniel Reis Armond de Melo,Roberto Brazileiro Paix?o
Revista de Administra??o Contemporanea , 2012,
Abstract: This paper aims to analyze the perception students have about the meaning of business games in the managementlearning process. Business games are as useful in the academic environment as they are in the commercialenvironment, as they offer simulated experience of business situations and associated decision-making. Researchthat proves the validity of such games as an educational practice able to add knowledge to management trainingand contribute a meaningful learning experience is still incipient. Thus, this research was undertaken with 72students from undergraduate and specialization courses in Management and related areas who have taken part inbusiness games. The collected data was analyzed, qualitatively and quantitatively, using the Collective SubjectSpeech (CSS) method, developed by Lefevre and Lefevre (2003, 2005). What emerged is that the meaning of thebusiness games for the students is related to its contributions to the management learning process. Some factorswere identified as the main contributions: (a) the aid in developing decision-making skills, an integralcharacteristic of management roles; (b) the simulated experience of business activities; (c) the development ofinterpersonal abilities for teamwork; and (d) the application of knowledge acquired during Management courses.
A teoria das restri es em um processo de fabrica o da indústria na constru o civil: um estudo de caso
Ivana Helena de La-Rocque Soares,Daniel Reis Armond-de-Melo,Cláudio Bezerra Leopoldino,Júlio Cesar Andrade de Abreu
Revista de Administra??o da UFSM , 2009,
Abstract: Este artigo descreve a elabora o de uma proposta de mudan a para melhoria do processo produtivo, realizada com base nos pressupostos da Teoria das Restri es. Segundo esta teoria, uma restri o é qualquer elemento que afete negativamente um sistema, dificultando a obten o de um melhor desempenho em rela o a sua meta, mas que também pode ser explorado de forma que se obtenha uma melhoria de seus resultados. O trabalho foi realizado em uma indústria de lajes pré-fabricadas localizada na cidade de Manaus (AM), e se restringiu à fabrica o de vigotas treli adas, quando se constatou gargalo significativo na linha de produ o observada e gasto indesejável com horas extras. Para o aprimoramento do processo produtivo, foram coletados e analisados dados e aplicados os fundamentos da Teoria das Restri es, com a quantifica o dos efeitos positivos a serem obtidos com a efetiva o das medidas propostas. O texto discorre ainda sobre a Teoria das Restri es em si e aponta de que forma a sua aplica o pode resultar em ganhos mensuráveis nos processos da constru o civil e em outros campos.
Scientific Knowledge Networks in Peripheral Regions and Local Innovation Systems: The Case of Chemistry in the State of Bahia
Quintella,Rogério H; Monteiro de Freitas,Elizabeth Jorge da Silva; Cardoso Ventura,Andrea; Armstrong Santos,Morjane; Melo,Daniel Reis Armond de; Silva Motta,Gustavo da; Jucá,Samantha;
Journal of technology management & innovation , 2012, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-27242012000100006
Abstract: scientific production and technological innovation growth in brazil are not homogeneous in its different regions despite its public policies. the same phenomenon can be observed within the states of the brazilian federation. this article examines the diffusion of scientific expertise in six public institutions of science and technology in the state of bahia between 2004 and 2008. the state is the largest in the north-east of brazil, an area marked by a semi-arid climate and a low human development index; however, it has a large chemical and petrochemical complex. this article, focusing on the scientific field of chemistry, is based on foundations of innovation and knowledge management, as well as social network analysis, aiming to examine relations between scientific production and institutional, structural and relational characteristics of inter- and intra-institutional scientific knowledge networks. the results show that public policies on science, technology and innovation regarding the peripheral regions need to be rethought.
Effects of aquatic exercise on depression and anxiety in ischemic stroke subjects  [PDF]
Felipe J. Aidar, Nuno D. Garrido, António J. Silva, Victor M. Reis, Daniel A. Marinho, Ricardo Jacó de Oliveira
Health (Health) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/health.2013.52030
Abstract:

Background: Stroke ranks third and is the leading cause of permanent disability in western countries. Furthermore there are no treatments for the psychosocial effects of this pathology. Purpose: Analyse the effect of an aquatic exercise program in depression and trace and state anxiety in subjects who suffered an ischemic stroke. Methods: Two groups were analyzed: experimental group (EG) n = 15, 50.3 ± 9.1 years; control group (CG) n = 13, 52.5 ± 7.7 years. EG underwent a 12-week aquatic exercise program. Both groups were evaluated in pre and post- treatment using Beck Depression Inventory (BDI) and Trace State Anxiety Inventory (IDATE). Wilcoxon signed-rank and Mann-Whitney tests were used to compare moments and groups, respec- tively. Results: The BDI scores of aquatic activities were: pre-treatment, 17.4 ± 7.7 and 16.9 ± 8.6 for the EG and CG, respectively; post-treat- ment, 13.2 + 7.1 and 16.4 + 7.9 for the EG and CG, respectively. The IDATE scores for anxiety trace in strength training were: pre-treatment, 43.2 + 12.5 and 42.9 + 12.2 for the EG and CG, respec- tively; post-treatment, 39.7 + 7.1 and 42.6 + 12.1 for the EG and CG, respectively. The IDATE scores for anxiety state in strength training were: pre-treatment, 46.9 + 7.6 and 47.4 + 8.1 for the EG and CG, respectively; post-treatment, 44.4 + 7.9 and 47.5 + 8.0 for the EG and CG, respectively. Significant differences were found in pre and post-treatment values in the EG and between groups in the depression and trace and state anxiety levels in post-treatment (p < 0.05). Conclusions: Aquatic physical activity contributes to an improvement of the levels of depression and anxiety in people who suffered a stroke.

Percutaneous transluminal angioplasty in the treatment of stenosis of arteriovenous fistulae for hemodialysis
Daniel Miquelin, Luis Reis, Adinaldo da Silva, José de Godoy
International Archives of Medicine , 2008, DOI: 10.1186/1755-7682-1-16
Abstract: To evaluate the primary patency of arteriovenous fistulae following percutaneous transluminal angioplasty.Patients submitted to percutaneous transluminal angioplasty in the Angiology service of Hospital de Base in 2004 were analyzed over an average follow-up of 10 months (2 to 16 months).A total of 22 angioplasties were performed in 20 fistulae of 19 patients. Of the 19 patients, one did not complete follow-up and one presented with a rupture of the fistulae. The following complications occurred in the remaining 18 fistulae, three deaths with two fistulae patent until death; one exeresis of prosthesis due to infection (53 days after the procedure); two thromboses (3 and 49 days after the procedure) and four restenosis (3 were submitted to a second angioplasty and one treated surgically). At the end of the follow-up, 11 fistulae (55%) were patent and with a flow rate in hemodialysis > 300 mL/min. Primary patency was 82.4% over three months; 81.2% over six months; 54.5% over 9 months and 50% over 1 year.Percutaneous transluminal angioplasty is an efficacious method for the correction of stenosis of arteriovenous fistulae for hemodialysis, prolonging the patency of the fistula and enabling new interventions.The increase in the prevalence of patients with chronic renal failure on hemodialysis has made several measures to maintain the vascular access patent and efficacious necessary as, the morbimortality of these patients is directly related to the effectiveness of hemodialysis. This requires repeated punctures of large vessels capable of offering a rapid blood flow of adequate volume [1-3].Thrombosis is the most frequent complication of arteriovenous fistulae that results in the loss of the access for hemodialysis. Most episodes of thrombosis coincide with the development of stenosis (in more than 85% of cases), generally located in the venous segment proximal to the arteriovenous anastomosis [4-6]. Stenosis in the arterial segment has been studied less but also compro
Effects of overinflation on procollagen type III expression in experimental acute lung injury
Maria-Eudóxia de Carvalho, Marisa Dolhnikoff, Sibele Meireles, Luiz Reis, Milton Martins, Daniel Deheinzelin
Critical Care , 2007, DOI: 10.1186/cc5702
Abstract: We designed an experimental, randomized, and controlled protocol in which rats were allocated to two control groups (no injury, recruited [alveolar recruitment maneuver after tracheotomy without MV; n = 4 rats] and control [n = 5 rats]) or four injured groups (one exposed to OA only [n = 10 rats] and three OA-injured and ventilated). The three OA-injured groups were ventilated for 1 hour according to the following strategies: LVHP-S (low volume-high positive end-expiratory pressure [PEEP], supine; n = 10 rats, tidal volume [VT] = 8 ml/kg, PEEP = 12 cm H2O), HVLP-S (high volume-low PEEP, supine; n = 10 rats, VT = 20 ml/kg, PEEP = 5 cm H2O), and HVLP-P (high volume-low PEEP, prone; n = 10 rats). Northern blot analysis for PC III and interleukin-1-beta (IL-1β) and polymorphonuclear infiltration index (PMI) counting were performed in nondependent and dependent regions. Regional differences between groups were assessed by two-way analysis of variance after logarithmic transformation and post hoc tests.A significant interaction for group and region effects was observed for PC III (p = 0.012) with higher expression in the nondependent region for HVLP-S and LVHP-S, intermediate for OA and HVLP-P, and lower for control (group effect, p < 0.00001, partial η2 = 0.767; region effect, p = 0.0007, partial η2 = 0.091). We found high expression of IL-1β (group effect, p < 0.00001, partial η2 = 0.944) in the OA, HVLP-S, and HVLP-P groups without regional differences (p = 0.16). PMI behaved similarly (group effect, p < 0.00001, partial η2 = 0.832).PC III expression is higher in nondependent regions and in ventilatory strategies that caused overdistension. This response was partially attenuated by prone positioning.Over the past decades, mechanical ventilation (MV) has been employed as the main supportive tool in the setting of severe respiratory failure. Lung parenchyma and in particular extracellular matrix (ECM) are exposed to physical stimuli during MV, which may produce an adapti
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