In this world, the most influential people are the politicians, the celebrities, and the talented individuals in sports be it football, basketball, Olympics and so on. However, there are a few people who hold important responsibilities and positions in the world yet no one knows about them. Probably it is because they are uncomfortable with the whole limelight or just no one recognizes the person behind the related industry. Anthony Petrello is among the latter in that he holds a high position in one of the largest companies in the United States. Although he has steered the industry to success, many people are not acquainted with his name.
Anthony Petrello holds the CEO position of Nabors Industries. Nabors Industries is among the most successful companies in the United States involved in the drilling of oil and gas. To lead such a company requires high standards of leadership skills, adequate experience, and excellent education. Anthony is equipped with all the factors and to add on that he is also a humble and honest man. People, who have interacted with Anthony, find it easy to work with him. All the incredible virtues make Anthony a respected and admired man in his line of work.
Anthony’s humility can be based on the fact that he comes from a humble background. Anthony’s parents were stable enough to provide his needs but were not wealthy. He was born and raised in New Jersey. The childhood experience exposed him to a culture of honor as well as ethics. Anthony grew up believing sound principles in everything one does in life is rewarding while vices are punished and should be avoided. Hard work was all Anthony knew he needed to make it in life. He started reading academic textbooks at a tender age and was able to perform differential calculus that a physicist would. Tony Petrello had intelligence in math that would be expected from a full scholar in the subject.
Anthony Petrello went to a public school, and he would take advantage of the few resources that were available. He improved in mathematics while still in high school. Anthony was later honored with a fully funded scholarship to Yale University for his excellence. The parents were proud of him, and they knew a great future was ahead for their son. As much as Petrello loved math, he later changed to human science which he did at Harvard Law School. After completing his education, Petrello gained the experience and then joined Nabors Industries. Anthony Petrello had a challenging background, but he is one prominent and successful man in the United States.
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Recent changes in Brazil’s policies have affected all areas of infrastructure, including transportation, communication, and sanitation systems, as well as the aeronautical and petrochemical industries. Systems expert Filipe Montoro Jens weighs in to explain what these changes represent, and why they have occurred.
The country of Brazil has a history of using state run industries to provide the people with many daily needs, from communications to sanitation. In the 1930s, the country underwent a modernization process due to the current government structure. From the 1930s to 1980 the country saw expansive growth of all infrastructure systems through government run businesses. In 1980, this changed. Filipe Montoro Jens says that this change was due to an “external debt crisis” which the country had to contend with. In order to complete economic reform and survive the financial crisis, the government entered into a privatization phase. During this phase, many government enterprises were auctioned off and transitioned into private enterprises.
The telecommunications industry was one of the first to completely move through this change. Filipe Montoro Jens, who has researched this topic thoroughly, explains that in order to hand off the industry in this manner the government had to be sure to split up the holdings so that not just one privately owned company had a monopoly on telecommunications. In 1997 and 1998, almost ten years after the National Privatization Program went into place, the telecommunications program was officially handed over to private companies. The country passed a law which said that they were not responsible for providing telecommunications services for the people of the country, but rather responsible only for regulating the companies which do so. This was a big shift in responsibility, and the first of many to come.
Filipe Montoro Jens is a business man and infrastructure specialist. He received his masters from the Thunderbird School of Global Management, and has studied systems and country-wide infrastructure extensively.
Through his unique lens Filipe Montoro Jens is able to shed light onto the Brazilian infrastructure shifts which are occurring as privatization occurs. Filipe Montoro Jens writes on the subject of government systems and business, and the ways these two concepts intersect.
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