National Organizations

Hence, some questions that fit the leaders of our national organizations must be answered such as: Are our business efficient? Do you consider yourself an effective manager? What are the main obstacles that have impeded or prevented the achievement of efficiency? Do you have the appropriate human resources to achieve efficiency, with the technical resource? Is there an organizational climate, organizational culture itself that would achieve efficiency? Do you have original designs to the needs that require our stages? Have you established policies, strategies to facilitate the achievement of efficiency?

Among others. Mintzberg adds us also that the analysis of efficiency should be considered, that the practice of efficiency means measurable maximum benefit, efficiency is demonstrated, proven efficiency and above all calculated efficiency The cult of efficiency is the calculation and this worship should be monitored, is something a good leader should never neglect. Mintzberg also states, in practice, efficiency is associated with a particular value system. (A valuable related resource: Laurent Potdevin). Precisely, the call to be efficient, is the call to calculate, which indicates calculate savings, ie, treating the social costs and externalizes, and also to allow the economic benefits to social move. In the limit, the efficiency comes pillar of an economy that pays homage to the economic, sometimes immoral consequences. In fact, that in the very competitive reality scenarios such as the Venezuelan case, full of uncertainties, risks, requires an efficient management, that supported modern knowledge management and frequently used tools for developing strategic plans to ensure good results, in addition to accurately interpret what the demand and needs, the organizational environment and make way for new paradigms needed. Must give way to manifest an organizational culture where efficiency benefits emerges in of all.

We invite you to keep in mind, as stressed by Hill and Jones (1996), that organizations are not only rational systems of decision making where managers coldly calculate the potential returns on their investments. Organizations are areas of power, where individuals and groups struggle for prestige and possession of scarce resources. In the pursuit of interests, managers compete and conflict, and many times it hurts the efficiency of the organization. Leaders, leaders, managers must confront the politics and conflict in a creative way to achieve organizational benefits from them. It also has to manage the organizational change process so that the company can achieve efficiency and maximize their ability to exploit the environment. Hill and Jones added that the most successful companies are those where the change is considered a standard and managers are constantly seeking to improve organizational strengths and eliminate weaknesses so as to invite the person to be more efficient to maximize future profitability. Finally, we invite you not to neglect climate organizational, and development of the organization, to be vigilant of their continuous improvement, and awaken the members of the organization that spirit of efficiency that is latent in them. Find out also what is the best way to achieve good efficiency and to follow strategies that put the company in an advantageous competitive position. Do not leave unattended.

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