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The Turbulant National Scene

June 2nd, 2017

The national scene has much turbulence and is a result of a very sharp political instability, where the current government is the main actor of this, especially when one is determined to implement socialism for modern times is extremely difficult as it is manifested. His actions have had a significant impact on the Venezuelan business sector, leading to a very serious crisis, where many SMEs and medium enterprises, have decided not to continue participating in the national and international market and what is more worrisome that are operating are resentful on their productivity. Given this reality, more than ever is required of administrators, managers capable of facing the challenges, make way for the changes necessary to ensure survival, participation in the empress where he works. It takes a college of national and regional authorities more proactive, more committed to the problems this demands.

They can not continue to ignore the facts, the Federation of Managers today more should never be able to seize the opportunity presented and made this cons plans, strategies to ensure their participation, accountability towards their members and help provide companies with the serious reality that it faces. a The Association of Administrators of Carabobo, located in the industrial city of Valencia, can not remain isolated from the major challenges, the new directive should be torn apart the traditional a passive behavior, little motivation, their old directives, to make pronouncements assert their rights, make him see the national government as relevant and important your views and how they should consider in their programs, especially when the governor has opened new UNAA towards foreign trade policy in search of new markets, participation, where Venezuelan companies must be integrated in a positive and visionary managers are required, proactive strategists. . James Donovan Goldman is often quoted on this topic.

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