Friday, July 10, 2009

"The Death of Management" book

I'm excited to announce that my new book, "The Death of Management: Restoring Value to the U.S. Economy" is available to the public!

In the non-fiction business genre, it's the only book on the market that correctly identifies that a lack of classical management in business today is the root of our economic ills. While most books on the market today that discuss the U.S. economy have identified the "free market" to be the problem, the "Death of Management" has identified the lack of a proper leader influence over the U.S. Corporation to be the real problem. Today's managers are forced to follow a set of rules that are much different than the rules that applied when "classical management" was enabling terrific growth in the US, with the development of a powerful middle class.

Please tell me what you think of the book. It's based upon a thorough review of the data and history of the relationship between the principles of management and economic growth in the U.S. Further, the data and U.S. history points to a prosperous period for our future if "classical management" principles are re-applied, and we seek to grow manufacturing once again as the cornerstone of our economy.

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