A new industrial miracle is needed in the United States, not unlike the one precipitated by the crisis of World War II. Our current crisis of global competition with lower-paying foreign jobs, coupled with the decline in the quality of education in America threatens our way of life and our American Dream.
Freedom at Work introduces new paradigms that can spark this miracle. From replacing the archaic business paradigms that still dominate US businesses to the crisis in morality and values crippling the nation, author J. M. Murff addresses every facet of the challenge facing America. He also explains the need to reinvent business education and the revolution in innovation that the United States must now bring forth.
In addition to introducing seven new business paradigms, Freedom at Work also provides the keys to an innovation revolution and new business economics for job creation. Murff discusses the need for the restoration of values upon which America was founded and which have floundered in recent years. To restore our place in the global economy, we must find a new way to teach business and to develop new laws for maximizing human potential. By using new tools for successfully navigating a global economy, we will be able to maximize business performance in the twenty-first century.