El alcance de los problemas de madurez del proyecto en Camerún


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Camerún, ubicado en África Central, juega un papel de liderazgo en términos de intercambio, representando alrededor de la mitad del PIB del área de la Comisión Económica y Monetaria de África Central. Sin embargo, la calidad del gasto público en Camerún sería uno de los agravios que diluye su crecimiento económico. Este bajo desempeño generalmente está relacionado con la gestión de proyectos, una palanca esencial para el desarrollo del país. La construcción de infraestructura es uno de los desafíos de la política de desarrollo de Camerún. Esta falta de conocimiento y práctica de maduración por parte de los actores involucrados tiene enormes consecuencias en el consumo de créditos y la ejecución de proyectos lo que conduce inevitablemente al abandono de proyectos, la multiplicación de enmiendas, mala ejecución e insatisfacción por parte de los beneficiarios. Así, el presente estudio, después de haber realizado un análisis FODA sobre la madurez de la gestión de los proyectos de inversión pública cameruneses, explora 17 proyectos realizados durante los últimos diez años, con el fin de sondear el impacto de los problemas causados por la inmadurez de los proyectos en tiempo y costo. Los resultados revelaron que el nivel general de madurez para este estudio fue del 68%. De las diez (10) hipótesis planteadas, siete (07) fueron aceptadas. También se encontró que el nivel de madurez de un proyecto de inversión pública en Camerún afecta positivamente su entrega mientras que algunas variables de madurez no explican significativamente los costos con sus parámetros pero afectan a otras. Se proponen recomendaciones para una mejor gestión de los proyectos en el país.


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Arnaud, K., & Song, A. (2023). El alcance de los problemas de madurez del proyecto en Camerún. Project Design and Management, 5(2). https://doi.org/10.35992/pdm.5vi2.1611


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