Brazilian business executive Felipe Montoro Jens has over two decades of experience in the area of finance. After attending Getullo Vargas Foundation, where he earned a degree in Business, he worked for a number of companies that benefited from his strategies to increase their financial growth. Recently, the Projects Expert, who is a part of the National Confederation of Industry, or CNI, conducted a study pertaining to the paralyzed state of jobs in the infrastructure sector in Brazil. His findings were that there are about 2,796 work positions that are stalled, 517 of which are related to those in infrastructure.
Felipe Montoro Jens stated that when it comes to the interruption of jobs in the area of infrastructure, those in sanitation are the ones that are the most affected, with 447 companies being put on hold during their execution phase. Other projects that were affected include 30 highways, 16 airports, 8 city mobility works, 6 ports, 5 railways and 5 waterways. He said that Brazil has only invested 2% of its Gross Domestic Product in infrastructure, which is most likely the reason why there is a failure in the way this sector completes its projects. Read this article at odiario.com about Felipe Montoro Jens
In order for Brazil to avoid to continue to see paralysis and delays in its infrastructure jobs, CNI says that the country should take 6 measures, which include improving macroplanning, evaluating the best mode of execution, doing efficient microplanning, getting better equipped work teams, designing more balanced contracts and strengthening internal control. The group feels that this tactic will work well to stop the interruption of construction projects.
In addition to earning a Business degree, Felipe Montoro Jens also has a Master’s degree in KInesiology and Health Promotion, and has attended other schools such as Oregon University and the Arizona State University Thunderbird School of Global Management.