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Title: Teamworkplanner
Author: Bargueiras Sanchez, Antonio
Director: Caballé Llobet, Santi  
Tutor: Robles Martínez, Gregorio
Keywords: web applications
Java EE
Issue Date: 12-Jun-2020
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: The "TeamWorkPlanner" project consists of a web application that allows warehouse manager to rotate their team, covering the positions required for the development of their activity and respecting the physical limitations of the members. The application will generate, in an automated way, the tasks to be performed by each operator in the day and keep a temporary compensation of the workload. More and more companies use the job rotation strategy in order to train their employees in the needs, skills and abilities necessary to offer the best performance and efficiency in the position held. In addition, these companies are responsible for: guaranteeing equality between women and men; integrate people with disabilities; and avoid all kinds of discrimination. It is a short-term project, with little risk, clear objective and with known details of the solution. That is, a group 1 project according to the classification of four groups (Wysocki, 2009). Therefore, the classic or cascade life cycle indicated in projects of this type is applied. Besides that, feedback cycles will be established in the final analysis of each stage, for the improvement of tolerance to change and the adaptability of these methods. As a final result, an application with heterogeneous architecture is obtained, with a client-server system organized in layers. The components of each of these layers are structured following a distributed object-oriented architecture.
Language: Spanish
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/117368
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