Industrial Engineering

Managers mostly absent, few knowledgeable of what constitutes a good participatory leadership, capable of handling, proper integration of work groups, making them more cohesive, identified by their commitment, responsibilities, performance. Managers who have failed to properly handle these circumstances, the motivational incentives that the worker requires in favor of job security in meeting their needs for achievement Absence of a management able to meet the challenges, changes, threats , learning opportunities, tools such as empowerment, coaching, encourage him in his exercise, drawing on strategic planning that allows them to define the actions required to address the characteristics of the current Venezuelan scenario. The present time requires a new management leadership, professional more identified with the impact generated by the changes, challenges, competitiveness. Managers less figurative, more dynamic, real agents of change capable of giving way to the changes that companies need to ensure good service, success in the environment in which it operates. Another negative aspect in SMEs is the lack of research and encourage their development in their development, marketing, to provide basic information about the changes that are needed and give the opportunity to achieve their goals. Require new technologies, appropriate to what the competition presents business plans that encourage, production processes, backed by a sound philosophy, culture of quality and productivity that offer products, services demand, adapt to the requirements of regulations national and international quality. A more skilled human resources, developed according to the demands that modern work demands, motivated workers, able to give way to their creativity, talent, skills, fully identified with the organization. Feedback is needed sources of financing, the precautions necessary to ensure economic operation, raw material purchases, payments to suppliers, acquisition of machinery, fair wages, financial soundness. Role of the Universities Given this reality, briefly summarized on the topics most crucial to the successful operation of SMEs, there is another very significant actor in favor of their collaboration, support, they can encourage the restructuring, transforming your weaknesses into strengths, as is the collaboration of universities, Through its School of Administration, Industrial Engineering can provide, with the help of her management training, human resources, counseling, diagnosis of the problems faced and proposals towards providing solutions. It is unfortunate for the Venezuelan case, the lack of integration between universities and SMEs, although established, signed agreements that remain on paper, in the figurative and not proactive. Not too much is wasted is a full identification of both players in what it represents for both and therefore the country. Not take advantage of the opportunities that present themselves to deliver results, achievements involving SMEs to be secured in its operation, with guidance of teachers, experts in the various specialties that the schools have in terms of business success more space to link SMEs with universities should be covered with internships that allow the future professional, know almost as operating these, thereby , both benefit, because they allow future professionals implement the necessary knowledge to ensure operational, business success and to assess, diagnose, how good are the practical knowledge that they are providing. As also helps universities to fertilize their curriculum, their curriculum of studies that pass to the definition of the profile manager, engineer required. Such a link with these actors become poles of attraction for intellectual and economic capital. Is definitely required to have a successful model of bringing knowledge transfer between universities and companies.

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