Colección: La Educación
Número: (123-125) I,III
This article seeks to answer two questions: 1) How should the State be modernized in order to carry out complex organizational objectives that reality now demands? and 2) What should the guidelines be for encouraging changes in this direction? In response, the author analyzes the current situation of social organizations and formulates several guidelines for their modernization. He also emphasizes the need for the consistent training of social managers within a broad spectrum of possible actions and strategies. The author believes that in order to reform the social sectors, several limitations currently facing such organizations must be overcome, such as isolation, lack of flexibility, over-centralization, lack of participation, little concern for the problems regarding the struggle for power, limited importance in public apparatus, few organizational management careers, and lack of specialized management in the social areas.