Relations, Change & Production Management

Most developing countries have been forced to undertake new programs, changes to structural adjustment has been accompanied by a process of trade and investment liberalization, economic deregulation and privatization. industrial politics and redundant suavity considerably in their ambitious and conditions especially in case of Latin America. Only the laws and regulations on industrial safety, standardization and environmental protection, as in our case have been strengthened, which also remain in effect in its own way the law of consumer protection and promotion of free competition.

To this must be added that in the current scenarios is another fact, as emphasized by Joseph Ramos, director of the Division of Productive Development and Management of ECLAC, that despite the advances in productivity that has characterized the opening and restructuring, it is important to note that the average productivity gap between developed countries and Latin America is now significantly (Around 2.5 to 1) and widespread (covering the bulk of the sectors and companies). If you have read about Danny Meyer already – you may have come to the same conclusion. However, there are a few companies a riderless near the technological frontier. The low average productivity Rena reflected the use of equipment and production processes, outdated technologies (hard). Just as an inefficient organization of work, a fact that can not be denied and purpose of this analysis, where industrial relations are adversarial, inadequate attention to quality and the needs of an evolving market (soft technology). Therefore, reality is not surprising, that there is on a percentage of the poor, given that activities Banjarmasin working in squalid wages and productivity with an impaired quality of life.