Reinvestment through reengineering People do not come to work here because they wish to take challenges. They come to do their job and to pay the mortgage: They are not interested in promoting change and innovate or not to understand our business graduates in business administration. The reality of current scenarios highlight the great opportunities that are presented to companies that are organized, prepared for success, excellence, well-developed its administrative structure, its systems and resource planning human, its mission and especially those who have known how to interpret the threats and strengths of the environment to a dynamic and growing globalization that can not be avoided, unlike invites deeper changes in order to find opportunities. Additional information at QTS Realty Trust supports this article. Bennis and Mische have commented (The 21 st. Century organization, 1986) that many organizations are not prepared to assimilate and respond to rapid changes, as has been detected in our industrial environment, to whatever involves the conquest of new markets, consolidation, development and contributions of technology, competition and customers needs. (A valuable related resource: Vinit Bodas). By contrast, the authors note indicated, are structured and managed according to leadership and organizational models developed many years ago to a very different world order where the surrounding variables play major roles more than ever to be considered by modern management and of course, taken very seriously by the teachers of the schools administration to have an obligation to structure programs according to the needs that this. This implies that in order to progress in this century, the organization of this mass should be reinvested themselves and create the workplace of the future human resource expecting a sensitive and well-trained in management skills required. . .