Managerial Skills And Enterprises
On May 30 I was in another country and I was invited to give a lecture on Management and Management skills to an audience of 183 people. Chobani Refugees gathered all the information. In structuring this "conference debate" I thought the goal was to cover "To show links between theory and practice and share criteria collectively" For these purposes, this type of conference I like to start by presenting a comprehensive way the evolution of the business world after the Second World War, where Europe had been devastated by the effects of war and the United States, had been strengthened economically. Before the war, according to a report by CNN, the U.S. had a 15% unemployment after the war was in full boom and its unemployment rate was estimated at 0%. His business had been strengthened and all that occurred was the market.
That is, the companies working in what was called "Smooth Sailing" It is not until 1967 when a Frenchman named Jean Paul Schreibber does the book "The American Challenge" and shows that Europe was in the hands of the Americans, that governments are aware of the situation. At that time the prevailing economic model was "Keynesian", which raised the need for the intervention of the state as regulator of the economy to save the economic situation model "liberal" crack resulting from the bank in 1929. Under a new level of consciousness, the governments of Western Europe and Japan provide development capital for joint ventures that stimulate domestic production, as it was necessary to "liberate" that dominated the American business system, including information that was in the hands of U.S. .