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Contributor: Oliver Libby
Posted: 12/04/2017
When Hillary Clinton arrived in West Virginia during the 2016 presidential campaign, she told families whose fathers had worked the coals mines for generations that their jobs were now obsolete. True though this may be, when she announced that “we’re going to put a lot of coal miners and coal companies out of business, right,” and that “I have put... Full Content »
Contributor: Oliver Libby
Posted: 09/27/2017
If we fail to come up with good answers for America’s workforce, the American Dream and all that flows from it will not survive. To rebuild America’s vital middle class, create tens of millions of new jobs, and reclaim our entrepreneurial spirit, we need to invest urgently in a stalwart, but unheralded sector of our economy: new small and medium-... Full Content »
Contributor: Robert Swaim, Ph.D.
Posted: 09/05/2017
Introduction:This article presents Peter F. Drucker’s observations on what he called the “Next Society,” as explained in “Managing in the Next Society,” (2002) and in an earlier book, “Managing in a Time of Great Change” (1995).Drucker referred to the “Next Society” as the major social changes that will surely impact and trickle down to all... Full Content »
Contributor: Robert Swaim, Ph.D.
Posted: 08/30/2017
“If the twentieth century was one of social transformations, the twenty-first century needs to be one of social and political innovations.” -- Peter F. Drucker (1909-2005)IntroductionThis article presents Peter F. Drucker’s observations on what he had identified as the “Next Society.” It was a concept he often discussed in conversations with... Full Content »
Contributor: Management Matters
Posted: 08/22/2017
In a series of articles over the next several months, we hope to provide readers with Peter F. Drucker's spot-on-analysis of today's "crisis in economics."Drucker was no fan the so-called "Keynesian Welfare State." In a series of time-spaced articles, he thoughtfully and thoroughly explained why Neo-Keynesian economic theories (the theories upon... Full Content »
Contributor: Gallup, Inc
Posted: 08/22/2017
by Andrew Dugan and Bailey Nelson • This article is published by Gallup.Gallup Highlights:Many millennials don't stay with their company for the long termThe AI revolution is here, and leaders are unprepared for itAmid many changes, workplace planning and forecasting are increasingly vitalThe "future of work" has become a much-hyped... Full Content »
Contributor: Management Matters
Posted: 08/07/2017
Though the annual deficit has been cut from $1.4 trillion in 2009 to $585 billion in 2016, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) warns that the deficit will soon begin ballooning again. Why? Because Social Security and Medicare costs will skyrocket to cover an aging population, interest payments on our accumulated public debt, and a U.S.... Full Content »
Contributor: Josh Steimle
Posted: 07/13/2017
Hong Kong
InvestHK is a government agency tasked with fostering entrepreneurship in Hong Kong. In 2013 it launched a website at along with various programs aimed at providing information and incentives to entrepreneurs considering moving to Hong Kong.Creating this centralized information hub and launching city-backed... Full Content »
Contributor: Greg Beaufait
Posted: 06/14/2017
Silicon Valley, with its products, software, smarts, and change-the-world scale, has produced some of the most meaningful transformations of business and personal lives of the last two decades. The iPhone’s success has allowed ideas to spread faster than ever before, and the unrelenting power of social media, from which literal revolutions have... Full Content »
Contributor: Chris Luo
Posted: 06/12/2017
Chris Luo
David Brooks, in his recent column This Century is Broken in the New York Times, describes what many of us have felt over the past six months—that the 21st century is shaping up to be disastrous.We’re divided as a nation along racial, geographic, and economic lines. Per capita income growth is stagnating, particularly in the middle... Full Content »
Contributor: David Kung
Posted: 05/25/2017
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In The Effective Executive, Peter F. Drucker wrote: “Effective executives find themselves asking other people in their organization, their superiors, their subordinates, but above all their colleagues in other areas: ‘What contribution from me do you require to make your contribution to the organization? When do you need this, how do you need it,... Full Content »
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