Organizational Perspective

With the passing of the years, organizations have made a kind of feedback on steps first authors have left or scholars of the subject. Several theories or organizational schools have given guidelines for investigations and studies that are performed every day are more deep and create smart organizations are facing. The current and previous experiences we are demonstrating that the main element or part key within any business entity is talent human, only organizations that can recognize this element as such, and dare to discover and encourage the enthusiasm, the ability of learning and renewal of this talent at all organizational levels, will be that have the tools to face the continuous changes that occur on a daily basis and exit unscathed the crisis that generated these stages as such. Therefore we could say that in terms of organizations we have and will continue to evolve, since the objective being sought is to provide quality and satisfaction with products and services offered. It is clear that these two elements (quality and satisfaction) are not absolute, so it requires ongoing work in a planned way, introducing the principles and practices of science of knowledge, with the goal of increasing the effectiveness of individual and organization as such. This whole series of events have led to the implementation of what we now call organizational development, in which apply values that tend to be optimistic, humanist and democratic. Values humanist proclaim the importance of people, consider that all of them have the same potential for growth and development. Also the optimistic values marked us guidelines for believing that rationality, reason and goodwill are instruments to progress; on the other hand the democratic values, highlight the right of persons to be free from arbitrary abuse of power and in search of a deal fair and equitable for all. Then before the phenomenon of the OJ can highlight that there are countries and organizations on advantages and disadvantages in the sense that countries and organizations are not at the same level economically speaking, there are developed countries (United States, Canada, China, France) among others that have a high income for the capital, a powerful and technologically advanced industry; a high standard of living that is reflected in the development of infrastructure and in the quantity and quality of sanitation, educational and cultural services.