Cross-Currents: An International Peer-Reviewed Journal on Humanities & Social Sciences
Volume 6 Issue:3
Implementation of the Simulation to Evaluate The Student Care Process
Hernández Ramírez Luis Fernando, Gutiérrez Moreno Lilian Ivette, García Parada Ricardo, Flores Zamorano Jesús Antonio, Rodríguez Cuellar Ruth, García Araiza Oscar Sergio
DOI : 10.36344/ccijhss.2020.v06i03.003 | Cross Current Int J Peer Reviewed J Human Soc Sci, 2020; 6(3): 17-23.
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The purpose of this project is to implement the simulation to evaluate the student attention process. For this, a statistical study with 90% reliability and a margin of error of 10% was used. The results that the project yielded was that productivity has 83.21%. Proposals for improvements were made in order to increase the performance of the process, with the activities carried out it reached 92.5%, with this productivity increased 9.29%.
Development of a Pert Model for Project Management
Morales Rodríguez Ismael, Rivera Ávila Abril Alejandra, Coronado Robles Jennifer, Ríos Romero Vianey,Castañeda Bautista José Adriány, Macías Sagarminaga María Eugenia Astrid
DOI : 10.36344/ccijhss.2020.v06i03.004 | Cross Current Int J Peer Reviewed J Human Soc Sci, 2020; 6(3): 24-28.
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In the present investigation a strategic planning model was carried out, which was applied in a management process in the organization, which was implemented in the Project Evaluation and Review Techniques (Pert) model which was implemented in order to determine the time of completion of the project, to avoid downtime and increase the productivity of the activities that are carried out in organizations when structuring their organizations to increase productivity.
Application of Linear Correlation to Evaluate a Process Production: Special Red Mole Study Case
Villarreal Ramírez Carmen Danae, Pérez Gutiérrez Néstor Marcel, Ortiz Zamora Concepción, José Celis Verónica Andrea, Verduzco Ramírez Patricia Ivonney, Villar Laguna Víctor
DOI : 10.36344/ccijhss.2020.v06i03.005 | Cross Current Int J Peer Reviewed J Human Soc Sci, 2020; 6(3): 29-34.
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The present investigation seeks to measure the degree of reliability of the production process of the special red mole, for which the following variables were measured: parts produced against detected defects, applied with a 95% reliability margin of reliability with a margin 0.05% error to achieve a more robust production system. And above all to achieve a more efficient process to avoid waste change as it is: raw material, time and money.