Periodicity.: October - December 2015
e-ISSN......: 2236-269X
MODELO PARA A FORMATAÇÃO DOS ARTIGOS A SEREM UTILIZADOS NO ENEGEP 2003

Editorial Introduction

            With the release of the latest edition of 2015, we begin the countdown to the New Year. As it can be seen in the data and the graphs below, 2015 is being a year of improvement, achievements and accomplishments for our Journal and for all the colleagues who believed in this project.

We also would like to wish you all our Season's Greetings.

            This issue of the Independent Journal of Management & production (IJM&P) features a selection of articles submitted and revised until October 2015. Observed that works are the fruit of research and publications of undergraduate, postgraduate and entrepreneurs.

            It is important to mention that all the works are showed without any kind of payment. All of them are published free from payments or taxes.

            The publication also counts on the work of researchers from various parts of the world, which have undergone a process of peer review.

            As chief editor of IJM&P, I am indebted to all members of the editorial board and reviewers, which contributed to achieving a very decent job during the evaluation and revision. Moreover, that has contributed to the Journal in recognition of the international scientific community.

            In addition, with all the authors, who trusted the results of their research and publications to the scrutiny of editors and reviewers who are part of our Journal.

            The first table presents how our collaborators, by their categories of study and sex are.

 

Table 1: Distribution of users by degree From the data provided in Table 1 on the distribution users by titration,

 

Dr.

Ph.D.

MSc.

Dr./Ph.D. Student

MSc. Student

Specia-

list

Profes-sors

Stu-dents

Others

Total

Male

668

173

159

41

27

19

19

88

1,194

Female

220

74

92

13

8

3

11

25

446

Figure 1 shows the percentage of each Degree by registered user.

Figure 1: Distribution chart for degree

            The Tables 2 and 3 present the medium values and the percentage of viewing yearly and by volume/number, to the day November 30, 2015.

Table 2: views by year of publication

Year

Views

No. Articles

Average

Percentage

2010

3,241

3

1,080

2.5292

2011

5,760

5

1,152

4.4950

2012

9,131

7

1,304

7.1257

2013

41,888

35

1,197

32.6887

2014

53,873

64

842

42.0416

2015

14,249

62

230

11.1197

 

Table 3: views by volume/number

Edition

Views

Nº Articles

Average

Percentage

Edition

Views

Nº Articles

Average

Percentage

V1_N1

3,241

3

1,080

2.5292

V5_N1

21,271

16

1,329

16.5996

V2_N1

3,554

2

1,185

2.7735

V5_N2

12,376

16

774

9.6580

V2_N2

2,206

2

1,103

1.7215

V5_N3

12,055

16

753

9.4075

V3_N1

1,984

2

992

1.5483

V5_N4

8,171

16

511

6.3765

V3_N2

7,147

5

1,429

5.5774

V6_N1

6,364

14

455

4.9664

V4_N1

24,636

21

1,173

19.2255

V6_N2

4,742

16

296

3.7006

V4_N2

17,252

14

1,232

13.4632

V6_N3

3,143

16

196

2.4527

 

            In the Figure 2, are presented graphically some data. Tables 2 and 3, for example, the total quantity, on average and the percentage of views by edition and year.

Figure 2: Percentage of viewing by year

            In the period from January, 01 to November, 30 2015, the journal was accessed by approximately 13,116 users, of approximately 2,168 cities and 147 countries, in the Figure 3 is presented the map mundi, in which can be observed the countries of where was originating the access (GOOGLE, 2015).

Figure 3: Countries that have accessed the journal

            The Table 4 shows the preview data and journal access, since its creation in 2010.

Table 4: views by volume/number

Year

Country

Cities

Access

Users

2010

25

75

340

181

2011

75

343

1,510

1,024

2012

83

444

2,187

1,406

2013

118

1,208

11,946

6,006

2014

146

1,978

17,440

10,503

2015

147

2,168

20,876

13,116

            In Figures 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 is shown a graph of the amount of hits that the journal received between January 1 2014 and November 30 2015; these data are based on information provided by the Google analytics.

Figure 4: amount of hits between 2014 and 2015

            The Figure 5 shows the comparison of the number of cities, around the world, that have accessed the journal.

Figure 5: Amount of cities between 2014 and 2015

            The Figure 6 shows the averages of views on the journal in the period between the years of 2014 and 2015.

Figure 6: Amount of average between 2014 and 2015

            The Figure 7 shows the comparison of the number of countries, around the world, that have accessed the journal.

Figure 7: Amount of countries between 2014 and 2015

            The Figure 8 shows the comparison of the number of users, around the world, that have accessed the journal.

Figure 8: Amount of users between 2014 and 2015

            The Figure 9 shows the comparison of the number of viewers, around the world, that have accessed the journal.

Figure 9: Amount of Viewers between 2014 and 2015

            We appreciate the intense participation of all colleagues, which has made our journal become a place of wide dissemination of knowledge.

            The following content will be presented with the titles, authors and the pages of all of the articles published in this edition issue.

EDITORIAL: VOLUME 6, NUMBER 4 (I-VIII)

Paulo Cesar Chagas Rodrigues, Carlos Antonio Pizarro Louzada

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14807/ijmp.v6i4.299

 

ESCO FORMATION AS ENABLING FACTOR FOR SMART CITIES DEVELOPMENT IN EUROPEAN UNION (UE): SPAIN CASE ANALYSIS (866-884)

Jesus Morcillo Bellido, Bernardo Prida Romero

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14807/ijmp.v6i4.325

 

MANAGEMENT OF STAKEHOLDERS IN HIGH COMPLEXITY PROJECTS: APPLICATIONS AND EMPIRIC EVIDENCES IN CTR NOVA IGUAÇU (885-903)

Fernando Oliveira de Araujo, Edmarson Bacelar Mota, Luana Hoffmann Assis

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14807/ijmp.v6i4.335

 

FORCES AT THE MAIN MECHANISM OF A RAILBOUND FORGING MANIPULATOR (904-921)

Florian Ion Tiberiu Petrescu, Relly Victoria Virgil Petrescu

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14807/ijmp.v6i4.316

 

 

HOW AN EXISTING TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORK CAN SUPPORT THE DEPLOYMENT OF SMART METERS IN A WATER UTILITY? (922-932)

Samuel de Barros Moraes, Celi Langhi, Marcos Crivelaro

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14807/ijmp.v6i4.351

 

STRATEGIC ANALYSIS TOOLS APPLICATION AT SMES IN ECUADOR (933-945)

Diego H. Álvarez Peralta, Leandro Adolfo Viltard

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14807/ijmp.v6i4.311

 

AN INTEGRATED CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR RFID ENABLED HEALTHCARE (946-961)

Gaurav Gupta, Tithishri Kundu, Appachu Appanna Codanda

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14807/ijmp.v6i4.356

 

PROXIMITY AS A KEY FACTOR TO NARROW THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SUPPLIER AND ITS CUSTOMER – A CASE STUDY IN THE AUTO INDUSTRY (962-972)

Fabio Yukio Takeno, Wagner Cezar Lucato, Rosangela Maria Vanalle, Milton Vieira Júnior

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14807/ijmp.v6i4.341

 

STUDY OF FATIGUE CRACK GROWTH IN 6063-T6 ALUMINUM ALLOY (973-990)

Nirpesh Vikram, Raghuvir Kumar

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14807/ijmp.v6i4.343

 

GLOBAL GOVERNANCE AND POVERTY REDUCTION THIS MILLENNIUM: NIGERIAN EXPERIENCE (991-1017)

John N. N. Ugoani

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14807/ijmp.v6i4.348

 

EFFECT OF STRAIN HARDENING ON FATIGUE CRACK CLOSURE IN ALUMINUM ALLOY UNDER CONSTANT AMPLITUDE WITH SINGLE OVERLOAD (1018-1031)

Nirpesh Vikram, Raghuvir Kumar

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14807/ijmp.v6i4.342

 

IMPLEMENTING AN ISO 9001 MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN PROCESSES OF ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING FOR MEDICAL USE (1032-1046)

Ketinlly Yasmyne Nascimento Martins, Kléber Cavalcanti Nóbrega, Nadja Mª da Silva Oliveira Brito, Rodolfo Ramos Castelo Branco, Jorge Vicente Lopes da Silva

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14807/ijmp.v6i4.344

 

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND TRANSFORMATION OF MANAGEMENT EDUCATION FOR ORGANIZATIONAL PROFITABILITY (1047-1069)

John N. N. Ugoani

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14807/ijmp.v6i4.349

 

THE EQUIPMENT SUPPLY INDUSTRY TO SUGAR MILLS, ETHANOL AND ENERGY IN BRAZIL: AN ANALYSIS BASED IN LEADING COMPANIES AND KEY-ORGANIZATIONS OF SECTOR AND OF LPA OF SERTÃOZINHO (1070-1096)

Michelle Castro Carrijo, Lara Bartocci Liboni, Luciana Oranges Cezarino, Rudinei Toneto Junior

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14807/ijmp.v6i4.337

 

THE DEATH OF THE BUSINESS PLAN MORE THAN EVER, LEARNING PLANS AND NOT BUSINESS PLANS ARE MEANT TO ANALYZE MOST OF BUSINESS GROWTH ALTERNATIVES (1097-1114)

Leandro Adolfo Viltard

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14807/ijmp.v6i4.361

 

TRADER’S COMPETENCE IN THE INTERNATIONALIZATION OF PRODUCING AND EXPORTING AUTO PARTS VEHICLES COMPANY (1115-1133)

Carlos Roberto Rodrigues, Paolo Edoardo Coti-Zelati, Davi Lucas Arruda de Araújo

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14807/ijmp.v6i4.359

 

 

December 1, 2015

 

Prof. Dr. Paulo Cesar Chagas Rodrigues

Chief Editor

 

Prof. MSc. Carlos Antonio Pizarro Louzada

Section Editors

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