This book would benefit from more work and more time ... but the subject matter has an urgency because the modern global economy has been shown to be a lot less robust than the experts thought.
An earlier book “Revolutionary Change for Relief and Development” has already identified some of the issues that come up again in this book. In this book I have tried to focus on the solutions that suggest themselves based on the economic realities of the time.
The thesis about much more use of management information, and having information easy to access by the public is not popular among too much of the leadership class ... but it is vital as the framers of the US Constitution and the First Amendment recognized.
Whenever there is a human dimension to anything, simple answers tend to be wrong. This book may be aggravating this by insisting that it is people that must be at the center of everything.
And while people are the center of everything, it is also recognized that there is an organizational dimension as well ... and for this book the most important entity is the community.
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