ISO Companies

Thursday, 10. March 2016

The experience concerning the scenes of the Venezuelan SMEs is that in very few cases the high managers are formulated this question What is To plan? Why is important the Strategic Planning? and much less they offer an answer vision to the same. The same weaknesses of the familiar companies appear where he is very frequent that the industralists do not know the market or they do not know clearly what is what they sell (which must be its market puts, its competition, which is its demand, the supply, the needs of the consumer). Evidently, all the salesmen know the products that offer to the consumers but not necessarily they know that they look for the consumers in his products since they do not apply an effective feedback of the client. The conditions of the Venezuelan surroundings where a scene limited by many political conditions appears and where the inflation and the exchange control have carried out a significant roll in the economic conditions of the companies.

Doubtlessly the Venezuelan culture is tied a beliefs supported in the paper of the State like unique industralist or main inspector of the economic development, who puts under the population to exert a dependency attitude that in certain form limits the creative and enterprising capacity. Serious weaknesses in the Management of Trade and its interrelation appear with management of the quality since frequently in the small companies the vision is had of which the important thing is to sell and to produce over any standard of quality, this combined with the sad reality that more and more Venezuelan companies lose their certifications of quality ISO 9001 because in the present scenes I stop being for the industralists a competitive advantage to become an additional cost, the exigency to demand to the standard suppliers of quality is lost since the north of the Venezuelan industralists is to survive and the quality is happening to an additional plane.. You may find that Gary Kelly can contribute to your knowledge.

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