Análise do uso do pensamento estatístico e de técnicas estatísticas na indústria química do estado de São Paulo, Brasil

Miguel Ángel Aires Borrás, Fabiane Letícia Lizarelli, José Carlos de Toledo, Manoel Fernando Martins

Resumo


As abordagens para a gestão da produção e melhoria são baseadas em tomadas de decisão baseadas em fatos e auxiliadas pelo Pensamento Estatístico (PE) e pelo uso de Técnicas Estatísticas (TE). A pesquisa descrita neste artigo buscou identificar o grau de implementação do PE e TE e, ainda, avalia o seu impacto nos processos de controle e melhoria e a satisfação com essa implementação nas empresas do setor químico localizadas no estado de São Paulo, Brasil. Aplicou-se questionários estruturados e foram realizadas entrevistas em profundidade com especialistas para obtenção de dados e informações. A amostra conseguida é composta por 30 empresas de médio e grande portes. Como principais resultados deste estudo está a percepção de que na maior parte das empresas amostradas há um baixo grau de uso de PE e TE, evidenciando oportunidades para o incremento do desempenho dos processos a partir da aplicação da abordagem estatística e que empresas que não aplicam sistematicamente o PE e as TE têm percebido a necessidade de fazê-lo para potencializar seu desempenho produtivo.


Palavras-chave


Pensamento Estatístico. Técnicas Estatísticas. Aplicação. Efeitos. Indústria Química.

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