A country of economic ruin and woeful negligence, Brazil is in a dire state. The severity of their current situation is not to be trivialized, which is why organizations like the National Confederation of Industry are analyzing Brazil’s operations. More specifically, the National Confederation of Industry conducted a study centered around the nation’s poor infrastructure. The results were less than rosy. In 2017 alone, Brazil managed to terminate nearly 2,800 jobs. 517 of those projects related to infrastructure. One glaring truth that seems to elude Brazil is that infrastructure is an essential aspect of society. Find out more at consultasocio.com to learn more.
With that said, Brazil’s inability to execute infrastructure projects is arousing concern. Felipe Jens Montoro, a Brazilian job analyst, is particularly perturbed by the country’s rapid decline. In the hopes of formulating solutions to Brazil’s problems, Montoro delved head first into their infrastructure procedures. No doubt a harrowing task, Montoro was troubled when he discovered that seemingly every facet of Brazil’s operations was anything but up to snuff. From their slipshod micro planning techniques to their unskilled construction workers, Montoro realized that Brazil is a poorly-oiled machine. Lousy balanced contracting, haphazard execution modality and technical difficulties were other underbellies Montoro detected.
Fortunately, Montoro’s insight into such affairs enabled him to devise some resolutions. According to Montoro, there are six surefire ways Brazil can recover from this period of woe. Improving micro planning techniques, instituting training programs, designing balanced contracts, evaluating execution modality figures, strengthening internal controls, and creating budgetary parameters are the solutions Felipe Montoro Jens proposed. Unfortunately, Montoro doesn’t have much confidence in Brazil. Jose Augusto Fernandes said it best when he stated that Brazil seems “unable to learn from all the losses and conflicts that their process generates.” If Brazil doesn’t take immediate action, their country is prone to severe and irreparable damage.
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