The constant changes occurring in the economic scenarios, brought about by the action of the business sectors, as well as the intervention of the State, globalization has significantly affected the business sector, forcing companies, to its management, be attentive to them, giving way to actions, plans that favor him. Filed under: CBC, Australia. The fact, that the characteristics of the current stage, dynamic, aggressive, full of opportunities, but also threats, forcing management to determine which should be his managerial style that allows ensuring a good organizational development, in such a way that may lead it to restructure its administrative functions, their systems if necessary. On this occasion the question translates into the importance and the benefits of organizational development provides, for it has been formulated the following question question 6.-analyze the reality of organizational development in the company of the country, its main barriers and achievements in change, provide some example. RESPONSE Definition: Development: is synonymous with boom, expansion or growth. Organizational development: could be defined as the boom, expansion or growth of business organizations. At the present time, Venezuela is developing into a full, turbulent scenario of uncertainty, risk by the transition that the current Government has generated in their interest to give way to a socialism where the Bolivarian revolution is his main actor, all this has had an impact on its economy, productivity, insecurity and instability. Result has been that many companies have closed their doors and others survive working with 50% of its installed capacity.
This has led to an increase in unemployment, the increase of the workers in the informal economy and a decrease in the purchasing power of the population. Definitely have brought about many changes, where the vast majority of companies, especially SMEs had not been prepared to deal with them in this recession situation is difficult to achieve the growth of organizations. The overvaluation of the currency promotes imports and discouraged domestic production.