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La tercerización del mantenimiento como contribución al mejoramiento del desempeño de la organización. Procedimiento para la toma de decisiones

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  • Aramis Alfonso Llanes
  • Hugo Granela Martín
  • Kely Hernández Pascual

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El presente trabajo muestra un procedimiento que permite facilitar el proceso de toma de decisiones a la hora de decidir si una determinada actividad continuará siendo realizada por la empresa o le es más factible contratarla a terceros de manera que se logre un mejoramiento del desempeño de la actividad de mantenimiento. En la metodología se incluyen elementos novedosos referentes al trabajo por resultados con vistas a garantizar un verdadero cumplimiento de los objetivos y metas empresariales y a la selección de los proveedores de los servicios a contratar, todo ello basado en métodos de análisis multicriterio.

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  • Aramis Alfonso Llanes & Hugo Granela Martín & Kely Hernández Pascual, 2008. "La tercerización del mantenimiento como contribución al mejoramiento del desempeño de la organización. Procedimiento para la toma de decisiones," Observatorio de la Economía Latinoamericana, Grupo Eumed.net (Universidad de Málaga), issue 101, August.
  • Handle: RePEc:erv:observ:y:2008:i:101:9
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