Social Sciences and Venezuela

Venezuela, a country with an economy predominantly oil entered the modern industrial world when it began exporting its oil fields in 1917. In the 1920s began the massive use of the car and this increased the demand for oil. The profit reported this country allowed the expansion of other industries and the growth of cities. At this time you start the managerial leadership in our country. Scope: As industrialization progressed, from which England was the greatest exponent until the Second World War, the industrialized countries was to improve their production techniques and for this industry needed to improve the preparation of managers. This resulted in the initiation of formal study of trade-related careers (administrators, accountants, economists, industrial relations). The University of Carabobo whose reopening was ordered by the Board of Governors, which replaced the dictatorship of Perez Jimenez on 21 -03 – 1958, opened the School of Economics and Social Sciences.

Being an industrial city Valencia needed to prepare excellent professionals in the commercial area. The manager should be a leader. There different leadership styles. According to the treatise C. Levicki Paez mentioned there are seven groups, namely: charismatic, superior intelligence, autocratic pastor, army general, leader of royalty and natural. The author believes that the natural leader is most effective because one of his great skills is the motivation that transmits to his closest followers to work with pleasure and keep shareholders happy. Impact: The globalization that has among its characteristic aspects of trade expansion, the formation of economic blocs, market policies and strengthening the democratic system of government has highlighted the need to discuss about the role leaders should play in the twenty-first century organization.