Most Indonesians are celebrating the efforts of their new president, Joko Widodo. As a career politician, he has been instrumental in implementing progressive changes throughout the territories under his careful reign. If the most recent appointments of new cabinet members are any indication of the remainder of his term, Indonesia can expect to see rapid and sustainable growth under the Widodo rule. The new president knows how to garner the support of his constituents and truly seems to have the best interest of the citizens in mind when he makes decisions. These basic policies and procedures will ensure that future changes and suggestions are readily accepted and thoughtfully considered before being introduced as law.
Because most aspects of the current infrastructure are closely linked to cultural ties and other anthropological expectations, effective change will come rather slowly at first. As the diverse new cabinet members begin to make an effort with government agencies and private industries, their influence will impact the way new businesses are created and the way existing businesses grow. When industries are permitted to expand beyond their typical business operations, new opportunities are created within the companies. This growth also allows non-resident workers to provide their specialized skills and talents in a new business or industry.
Industry expansion requires motivational leadership and innovative employees. Lawmakers must also be willing to enact change that will help the nation catapult into an era of open minded opportunities, immigration reform, and enhanced foreign trade policies. With the help of Joko Widodo and his designated associates, the state of affairs within the borders of Indonesia could look vastly different in the next few years. The ability to diversify, recruit, and retain professional talent will help improve the overall infrastructure and various industries within the country. Training these candidates to excel in their new roles is the most vital component for successfully enacting viable and lasting change. “