In the work of Professional Management, Polary (2012) emphasizes the importance of the analysis of the phases of the MPEs of creation, maintenance, perennial maintenance, growth and durations (frame 2) and the application of the GSI Integrated Sustainability Management, composed of 03 dimensions, 05 components and 12 variables (frame 3), being an extension of the management term (Drucker, 2002), and different from the term "Sustainable Management of the Geoenvironmental Dimension" (Casarotto Filho & Pires, 2001).
The model was analyzed as one of the Technological Capacity Dimensions at organizational level "management techniques", and applied in the MPEs of the industrial sample (Polary, 2012), which also investigated its phases and processes, and the MIs and EPPs (POLARY et al.
In the analysis of the results of the survey in the Microenterprises - MIs, and also in the Small Companies - Industrial PEs of the sample (Polary, 2012), statistical procedures were: analysis of means and percentages of variables, components and dimensions of GSI, The Variables, Regression and Multiple Correlation.
The results of this research express, through the tests, the correlation of all variables of the GSI Model (frame 3), applied in the MIs and PEs of the sample (Polary, 2012), which makes possible an analysis of the effectiveness of the model in the view of the managers , On the management, success, permanence and phases and processes of MPEs, and suggest the continuity of application of this model in service and commercial MPEs.
In another research (Polary et al., 2016), on the Technologies of Contemporary Administration, among them the GSI Model in Microenterprises MIs and Small Enterprises EPPs in the industrial and services sectors in Sao Luis do Maranhao, the results express: as for TEM, 64% of MIs are in the range of 1 to 4 years 9% between 5 and 8 years 18% between 9 and 12 and 9% over 12 years in EPPs, 50% are over 12 years, 25% up 4 years 19% between 5 and 8 years and 6% between 9 and 12 years (figures 2 and 3).
In analogy to the MPEs phases (Polary, 2012), the majority of MIs (45%) are in the stable maintenance phase; 23% in the growth phase; 23% remaining in business to recover the invested capital; and 9% acquired financial stability with investments in several areas; In the EPPs, 63% are in the stable maintenance phase, with success in business, without structural and physical growth "; 31% in the growth phase, structural, physical, number of employees, customers and financial gain; And 6% acquired financial stability, with investment in management technology and the workforce, remaining perennial and fulfilling their mission (figures 4 and 5).
In the analysis of the Integrated Sustainability Management Model (GSI) (Polary, 2012), it was found to be a viable alternative to MPEs, in which two relevant conclusions are highlighted: 1.
As to the level of formal qualification of managers, their experience and talent in the MPEs of the sample (Polary et al., 2016), 39% of the managers have a medium level, 50% higher level and 11% with a specialization or a master's degree.