Proceedings IJCIEOM – International Joint Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management



Proceedings IJCIEOM – International Joint Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management
28th IJCIEOM – International Joint Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management


ICIEOM 2022


This conference is aimed to enhance connection between academia and industry and to gather researchers and practitioners specializing in industrial engineering and operations management.

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ICIEOM2022_ABST_0026_37520

A DECISION SUPPORT METHODOLOGY BASED ON AHP TO ASSESS STATE LEVEL RESPONSE TO COVID-19 IN BRAZIL

ÁREA: ICIEOM2022 / 12. Heathcare Operations Management
AUTORES: JONATHAS SAMPAIO DOS SANTOS;NATHALIA JUCA MONTEIRO;RENATA MELO E SILVA DE OLIVEIRA

performance assessment, composite indicators, analytic hierarchy process, public health, covid-19.

The COVID-19 pandemic is considered one of the major sanitary challenges faced by humanity. Due to its high transmissibility, the virus spread quickly through the Brazilian territory. The purpose of this work is to quantify the capacity of response from the Brazilian states in a public health crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic. This study reports de elaboration of a composite indicator based on the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) methodology. An illustrative application was conducted as a pilot test to validate the assessment framework proposed. The states analyzed were São Paulo, Bahia, and Pará. The specification of this composite indicator can support also benchmarking exercises and the development of action plans to enhance responsivity of the states facing the pandemic.

ICIEOM2022_FULL_0030_37593

A MULTI-CRITERIA DECISION MAKING APPROACH TO FINDING RELATIVE WEIGHT OF ONLINE & OFFLINE CHANNELS OF RETAILING

ÁREA: ICIEOM2022 / 15. Other Contribution to IE & OM Research and Practices
AUTORES: JAGAN JACOB

analytic hierarchy process, multi-criteria decision making, channel competition

In this article, we demonstrate how to use multi-decision making tools such as fuzzy analytic hierarchy process and Thurstone?s model of comparative judgement to find the relative valuation of online and offline channels of retailing. We list various factors customers consider while choosing between the two alternatives: shopping online vs. traditional brick and mortar stores. Using the responses collected from a random sample of college students, we quantify the relative valuation of online and offline channels of retailing for that customer segment.

ICIEOM2022_ABST_0023_37608

A NOVEL METRICS FOR THE QUANTIFICATION OF THE AGENT?S AFFORDANCE: A PRELIMINARY STUDY

ÁREA: ICIEOM2022 / 09. Work and Human Factors
AUTORES: ANDREA LUCCHESE;SALVATORE DIGIESI;GIOVANNI MUMMOLO

index of difficulty; affordance; agent; motor task; quantitative metrics;

In multiple research fields (ergonomics, product design, robotics), many studies aim to express the different types of agent-environment interactions through the concept of affordance. Nevertheless, a standardized metrics able to quantify the affordance is still absent, or limited to specific applications, lacking in generalization. In the present article authors propose a novel metrics able to quantify the agent-environment interaction in a continuous scale (affordance level), through an information-based measure. To quantify the agent-environment interaction, the motor difficulty of the observed agent (IDobs) is compared to the motor difficulty of a reference agent (IDref) whose movements allow to successfully execute the motor task. The proposed metrics expresses the ability of an observed agent in accomplishing a motor task (agent-environment interaction) by capturing its stochastic behaviour. The quantitative metrics for the affordance has great potentials in different fields of application since it can be applied to any motor task. Results of simulations performed show the effectiveness of the metrics, paving the way to a range of new applications and promising research directions.

ICIEOM2022_ABST_0020_37572

AN OUTLOOK ON THE USAGE OF BIM BY BRAZILIAN PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES IN CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

ÁREA: ICIEOM2022 / 06. Strategy and Organizational Engineering
AUTORES: WAGNER VILAS BOAS DE SOUZA;EDUARDO GOMES SALGADO;GIUSEPPE MICELI JUNIOR;DALTON GARCIA BORGES DE SOUZA;CARLOS EDUARDO SANCHES DA SILVA

bim; construction; project management; public administration; survey

Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a paradigm that combines technology with human resources and industrial processes. It improves the management of construction projects, allowing efficient life-cycle building management. This work presents an outlook on adopting BIM processes by Brazilian public universities. To this, we surveyed all Brazilian public universities with an 80% answer rate. Results suggest that despite most universities not using or being mature in using the BIM process on their construction projects, this scenario could change with the employment of the academic expertise already possessed by most universities.

ICIEOM2022_FULL_0016_37555

ANALYSIS OF A SUPPLY CHAIN IN THE LIGHT OF THE LCP MODEL: A CASE OF THE SHRIMP SECTOR

ÁREA: ICIEOM2022 / 02. Logistics and Supply Chain Management
AUTORES: JAILSON DOS SANTOS SILVA;ELIZABETE RIBEIRO SANCHES DA SILVA;MARIA SILENE ALEXANDRE LEITE;EMELLY ANNE SILVA DE LIMA;EVELINY DIAS DE MEDEIROS

supply chain, lcp model, shrimp farming.

Managing the factors that influence the operation of a supply chain is a fundamental part of an organization's strategy. As a consequence, the model of Lambert, Cooper, and Pagh stands out by establishing the purpose of supply chain management to manage the relationships between member companies to obtain a competitive advantage. In this context, this article?s main objective is to analyze the supply chain of an organization specialized in shrimp farming, using the referred model, by evaluating its structure, business processes, and management components. For the synthesis and analysis of the results, the SWOT Analysis was used to list all the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats of the organization from the critical analysis of its internal and external environments. Therefore, it was possible to identify the strengths and vulnerabilities of the shrimp farming process in ponds. With the definition of these factors, it is expected to carry out better planning for the management of the chain under study, providing a competitive differential for the studied company.

ICIEOM2022_ABST_0026_37576

ANALYSIS OF COVID-19 SEVERITY PROGNOSIS USING HOSPITAL DATA

ÁREA: ICIEOM2022 / 12. Heathcare Operations Management
AUTORES: FILIPE LOYOLA LOPES;ADRIANO SIMÕES GASPAR;ANA CAROLINA LORENA

machine learning, health data, covid-19, health data science, classification

This research assembles a dataset of COVID-19 positive patients suitable for the application of Machine Learning (ML) techniques, allowing to obtain prognosis models that distinguish severe from non-severe patients by taking as input hematological exams performed upon hospital attendance. Six ML techniques were applied to analyze data from 4,320 COVID-19 positive patients, 394 of which evolved to a severe health state, requiring intensive care. The Random Forest classifier showed the best predictive performance among the used algorithms and settings, with an AUC score up to 0.94 ± 0.02. In addition, ten clinical variables revealed to be more correlated to the prognosis by a mutual information score, although some of them had a high fraction of missing values.

ICIEOM2022_FULL_0024_37544

ANALYSIS OF FOOD WASTE MANAGEMENT IN BRAZILIAN PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES RESTAURANTS

ÁREA: ICIEOM2022 / 10. Sustainability
AUTORES: LETÍCIA DE OLIVEIRA GAGO RAMOS DE SOUZA;MARCELO JASMIM MEIRIÑO;OSVALDO LUIZ GONÇALVES QUELHAS

sustainable management. circular economy. universities.

The generation of food waste grows as the demand for food increases, being linked to the entire food production chain. The incorrect disposal of waste generates liabilities for the whole society. This shows that initiatives to ensure proper management and treatment of waste must be developed. The present research, of exploratory and descriptive character, proposes a systematic analysis through a bibliographic research and case studies, to identify the treatment carried out to food residues in the Restaurants of Brazilian public universities. The methodological strategy included the use of questionnaires to federal public universities in the southeastern region of the country. The objective of the research is to analyze the management and treatment of these wastes or the lack of them. The theme is incipient and important for sustainability. The work proved to be relevant and innovative as it develops a systematic analysis of food waste management in a university restaurant that can be replicated to other public and private institutions.

ICIEOM2022_FULL_0015_37560

APPLICATION OF LEAN OFFICE: OPPORTUNITIES AND TRENDS

ÁREA: ICIEOM2022 / 01. Operations and Process Management
AUTORES: MARCO AURÉLIO DOS SANTOS DINIZ;FERNANDO CELSO DE CAMPOS

lean office, difficulties, systematic literature review, administrative process, lean management.

The Lean philosophy proposes to eliminate waste, removing processes that do not add value to the production flow. This philosophy, which originated in the automobile sector, has embodied other sectors and it has been applied in the administration of the business, in addition to the manufacturing environment. The Lean Office emerged as a result of the companies' quest to become increasingly leaner, which is based on the application of Lean Manufacturing principles and tools in the administrative activities of organizations. This paper aims to analyze the literature on Lean Office (LO) seeking new opportunities and trends for simplifying and accelerating its implementation. For this, a systematic literature review (SLR) was carried out over a period of 10 years (July/2010 to July/2021) identifying the main most cited authors, most relevant journals, and the main research topics, as well as trends of its implementation. A sample of 28 articles was selected based on the criteria adopted by SLR, obtaining 15 main elements identified for developmenting and maintaining of the LO, and it was possible to understand better the current status of its implementation. This study presents an academic contribution about LO from the point of view of elements within to the process and its trends. For professionals, it presents LO factors that add positive results to organizational learning processes, and the possible impact on society of helping the company managers to direct better their efforts. The conclusion is that there is a great opportunity to apply LO in organizations, and there is still a lot of work to be done in order to develop a robust body of knowledge in lean of the administrative processes.

ICIEOM2022_FULL_0016_37543

BEYOND THE CONCEPT OF LEAN CONSTRUCTION: A PRESCRIPTIVE RATIONALIZING MODEL FOR PIPE SYSTEMS MANUFACTURING IN A PETRO-CHEMICAL PLANT.

ÁREA: ICIEOM2022 / 02. Logistics and Supply Chain Management
AUTORES: CARLOS CANFIELD;RAYMUNDO RIOS

supply chain management, lean industrial construction, mexican petro-chemical plants. integrated software

The economic importance of the Construction Industry (CI) is overshadowed not only by several difficulties but by the lack of innovation in this sector. Notwithstanding that construction and manufactures are part of Industrial Activity; CI does not share the systemic progress of the latter. This research confirms the possibility in CI to increase its efficiency. The main purpose is to develop an operational system that facilitates the rational management of the industrial construction (IC) value chain. The lead researcher designed a software-interface link that allows the transformation of a traditional constructive process into a rational and systematic industrial one. As a result all areas involved in the construction chain are harmoniously integrated; the whole decision-making process is facilitated by determining what is to be designed, purchased, procured and manufactured and its usefulness for previous and subsequent activities. Both project management and construction benefit from operational costs and inventory reduction as well as opportunity-cost mitigation. The software facilitates project simulation by ordering the isometric drawings of a piping system in an industrial project; timely information allows for more rational decisions about design, purchases, manufacturing, procurement and forecasting overall efficiency in the project. The construction value chain benefits from the application of Supply Chain Management (SCM) and Lean Construction techniques (LC), based on information management and automation. The investigation uses the method of Action Research (AR) for conducting both a professional and a subsequent academic project in the field. The availability of the computer program allowed the relevant simulations in the professional and academic projects. An integral IC process is modelled and simulated, as applied to a real-life pipe installation in a Mexican Petro-chemical plant. CI requires new operational practices so that constructors can rationalize costs, improve quality and reduce delivery times by means of processes control. The proposed construction model can be used to achieve these goals. The study evidences the pertinence and potential benefits of introducing SCM and LC techniques in core areas of IC.

ICIEOM2022_FULL_0015_37566

BRAZILIAN AIR FORCE OPERATIONS IN RESPONSE TO MIGRATORY FLOWS: THE CASE OF WELCOME OPERATION

ÁREA: ICIEOM2022 / 01. Operations and Process Management
AUTORES: MAYARA SOARES DA SILVA;LUIZA RIBEIRO ALVES CUNHA;ADRIANA LEIRAS;LUIZ FELIPE SCAVARDA;RODRIGO ANTÔNIO SILVEIRA DOS SANTOS

brazilian air force, humanitarian operations, process modelling

This study analyses the Brazilian Air Force (BAF) performance in a migratory crisis operation based on a disaster response process model. Based on a case study, we compare the performance of the BAF during ?Operação Acolhida? (Welcome Operation), the Brazilian response to the Venezuelan migratory flow crisis, with a reference process model. The research focused on one stakeholder's role (the BAF) during two years of the studied humanitarian operation, which is still in progress and involves other main actors. This study contributes to the academic literature by validating and suggesting improvements to the disaster response process model proposed by Fontainha et al. [1]. In addition, the paper addresses one military stakeholder's role in a migratory movement operation which aims to fill literature gaps about migratory movements to Brazil and the armed forces? efforts in humanitarian operations.

ICIEOM2022_FULL_0024_37613

CONCEPT, BENEFITS AND SUCCESS FACTORS OF PRODUCT-ORIENTED PRODUCT-SERVICE SYSTEM: A RESEARCH AGENDA

ÁREA: ICIEOM2022 / 10. Sustainability
AUTORES: CAMILA KOLLING;JANINE FLEITH DE MEDEIROS;JOSÉ LUIS DUARTE RIBEIRO;FABIO IVAN SEIBEL;NICOLE CECCHELE LAGO

product-service system (pss), productization, servitization.

This study aims to understand the concept of product-oriented product-service system (PSS), identify its benefits and the success factors that assist in its successful implementation. To achieve these objectives, we conducted a systematic literature review, through which 93 empirical articles were analysed. The results show that different names are used to refer to product-oriented PSS and the range of services that can be offered in this PSS category. As for the benefits, we identified the outcomes for the environment, the society, the PSS provider and the consumers. Regarding the success factors, we identified different practices that must be considered when developing the offers, which are related to human resource management, market strategies, product and service development and investment in technology. In the end, based on the covered topics and the identified gaps, we proposed a research agenda for this subject.

ICIEOM2022_ABST_0017_37562

CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT USING STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL IN THE MEXICAN AUTOMOTIVE MOTOR REMANUFACTURING INDUSTRY: A CASE STUDY

ÁREA: ICIEOM2022 / 03. Quality Management
AUTORES: HUGO ALEXER PÉREZ VICENTE;ERICK GUILLERMO TORRES BERMÚDEZ;MARIANA RUIZ MORALES

quality improving, statistical process control, pdca cycle, remanufacturing, mexican automotive industry

Although there have been many breakthroughs in the quality management field, Statistical Process Control (SPC) is still a widely used tool among manufacturing companies worldwide, following the same principles dictated by Shewhart in 1924. This research encompasses the successful case of the capability enhancement of a critical machining operation in an automotive plant located in Mexico dedicated to the remanufacturing of truck engines, resulting from examining the x? and R control charts and directed by the Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle (PDCA). The results obtained derived from a comparative analysis of data of two different time periods in the process of machining bushing diameters, where a process capacity increase of 13.08-5 in the Process Capability Index (Cpk) and of 17.2% in the Process Performance Index (Ppk) were obtained. The decrease in expected out of specification parts improved by 72.7%. Process variability also was improved given the 8.33% reduction in the mean range. The research contribution is the empirical identification of gaps and opportunities in the areas of quality assurance and quality control using qualitative and quantitative methodologies.

ICIEOM2022_FULL_0027_37578

DISASTER RESPONSE OPERATIONS OF BRAZILIAN NAVY ? A LONGITUDINAL CASE AND A PROCESS PERSPECTIVE

ÁREA: ICIEOM2022 / 13. Disaster Management
AUTORES: RAPHAEL CORREIA LOPES;NARLEY WORLLOS DO CARMO NETTO;THARCISIO COTTA FONTAINHA;ADRIANA LEIRAS

business process management, operations management, humanitarian logistics

The engagement of militaries in disaster response worldwide is fundamental, which is also true in the 2011 landslides response in Rio de Janeiro ? one of the most significant in recent Brazilian history. Since then, the Brazilian Navy (BN) has experienced improvements in terms of regulations (e.g., written doctrine) and practice (e.g., disaster response simulations). Therefore, this study aims to analyse the longitudinal improvement of the BN from the disaster response in 2011 to the disaster response simulation in 2017 also related to the landslides in Rio de Janeiro. The case study considers a process model for disaster response as a reference for the analysis, as well as interviews and operational reports. Results bring evidence about the nonlinearity of the BN improvement in terms of practice and normative/regulations and also points for academic literature improvement. Future research includes a further comparison of other recent disaster response operations in the same location.

ICIEOM2022_FULL_0015_37534

DISTRIBUTED TEAM MANAGEMENT: A STUDY OF IMPACTS AND INDICATORS THAT HELP IN BETTER PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT

ÁREA: ICIEOM2022 / 01. Operations and Process Management
AUTORES: MAIARA CRISTINA FELICETI;EDSON PINHEIRO DE LIMA;SÉRGIO EDUARDO GOUVÊA DA COSTA

distributed teams; performance management; software devlopment.

Technological evolution has made it possible for software companies to adopt the work model of distributed teams. With this in perspective, the trend of physically dispersed workgroups requires a new investigation into the role of team management in virtual environments. Performance evaluation has become a fundamental tool in team management, especially in the competi-tive and dynamic environment in which organizations are inserted. To this end, the use of indicators aims to measure performance that help teams to align with their organization's strategy. In this sense, the objective of this work is to provide an empirical study of the existing impacts on the perfor-mance management of distributed teams. The study also sought to formalize the performance indicators based on the Agile Model, selecting the best met-rics that effectively help in software development productivity management. A Systematic Literature Review was carried out, using the intervention in-strument Proknow-C (Knowledge Development Process - Constructivist), in addition to applying an interview with a specialist in the field of software development and also team managers to validate the performance measure-ment data sheets. Based on the research, we seek to identify indicators that contribute positively to the performance of these teams.

ICIEOM2022_FULL_0016_37601

ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS IN SUPPLY CHAIN: A MULTIPLE CASE STUDY

ÁREA: ICIEOM2022 / 02. Logistics and Supply Chain Management
AUTORES: FABIOLA NEGREIROS DE OLIVEIRA;ADRIANA LEIRAS;PAULA CERYNO

environmental risk, supply chain management, multiple case.

Companies currently face other risk factors in addition to traditional economic risks. Environmental issues in supply chains have been seen as a topic of contemporary concern to scholars and practitioners. Chemical spills, inefficient water and energy consumption, and greenhouse gas emissions are examples of environmental risks companies must deal with. This paper aims to compare the literature findings on environmental risks, consequences, and strategies with business reality through multiple case studies. We identify which environmental risks, consequences, and strategies gathered from the literature are considered in companies supply chains. This study is an initial step toward endorsing environmental risk factors in supply chain risk management. We offer academics an empirical approach to better elucidate the environmental vulnerabilities and consequences that companies need to be aware of.



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