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CFE "a world class enterprise"

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leonel garcia

on 21 November 2014

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BACKGROUND
The electric energy age began in mexico in the late XIX century. The first power plant in the country (1879) was built in León, Guanajuato, and was used mostly by the “La Americana” textile factory.
In 1889 the first hidroelectric plant began operations in Batopilas (Chihuahua) and extended it’s power grid to urban and trade centers where the population had a greater economic capabilities
During the Porfirio Diaz regime the electric enegry sector was granted the public service status
It was on December 2, 1933 when it was decreed that the generation and distribution of electricity were public utility activities.
In 1937 Mexico had 18.3 million inhabitants, of which only seven million had electricity, provided with serious difficulties by three private companies
Creation of CFE
in August 14, 1937, the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) was created , which would aim to organize and lead a national system of generation, transmission and distribution of electricity, based on technical and economic principles, not for profit and in order to obtain at minimum cost, maximum performance for the benefit of the general interest. (Law passed in the city of Merida, Yucatan, August 14, 1937 and published in the Official Journal of the Federation on August 24, 1937).
Having seen very little progress on the CFE draft, President Adolfo Lopez Mateos decided to nationalize the electricity industry, the September 27, 1960.
In early 2000, having already an installed capacity of 35.385 MW generation, electricity coverage of 94.70% for a network of transmission and distribution capacity nationwide 614.653 kms, equivalent to more than 15 full turns to Earth and more than 18.6 million users, adding nearly one million each year.

Vision
To be an energy company, best in the electricity sector worldwide, with an international presence, financial strength and additional income for services related to intellectual, capital, physical and commercial infrastructure.

Policy
To provide the public electricity service and other related according to the requirements of society, based on the competitive performance of the processes of the Directorate of Operations and continuous improvement of the effectiveness of Integrated Management System with a commitment to :
Train and develop human capital, including the culture of gender equity.
Controlling risks to prevent injury and illness to personnel and damage to facilities.
Comply with legislation, regulations and other requirements.
Preventing pollution and responsibly exploit natural resources.
Taking part in social services

Mission

To provide the public electricity service criteria of sufficiency, competitiveness and sustainability, committed to the satisfaction of the customers, with the country's development and the preservation of the environment.

CFE "a world class enterprise"
Objectives.
Ensure power supply.
Increase competitiveness.
Provide good customer service.
To work with focus on sustainable development, social responsibility and gender equity.
Participate in new areas of opportunity.
Promote leadership and staff development.

Institutional Values
Respect
Honesty
Dignity
Responsability
Justice
Equality.
Integrity.
Common welfare
Service attitude.
Loyalty

Recruitment and selection process
Strenghts
Only electrical company in Mexico
service continuityNetwork and grid infrastructure
Special energy saving programs
geographical location
low gravity ratings
experienced partners
Oportunities
Goverment invetstment on populated sectors
Infrastructure development
Simplification of regulations
Modernization of educative systems
Having demandinc customers
trade openness
electrical reform
Global technological advancement
New work culture
Weaknesess
High staff turnover and absenteeism
Lack of transportation and staff
Inadequate communication infrastructure
High rate of frequent minor accidents
Geographical dispersion of workplaces
Threats
insufficient budget
population explosion
Complex tariff structure
Excessive government regulation
High rate of insecurity

The contributions that we as a team have to CFE are few as it is a well structured company with very few weaknesses and threats, for this reason we consider it important to provide the following ideas :
A better and more equitative form of resource distribution and in terms of personnel, to have longer work periods and in this way avoid lost work hours, and and to keep field workers from providing manteinance services while there’s natural hazards which endanger their own safety, and resuming work after the incident.
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