Thank you for advocating for USA's domestic manufacturers & innovators.
Speaking to the critical importance of USA based manufacturing!
Our mission is to support our domestic manufacturers & innovators in all fields by whatever means necessary.
Domestic manufacturers & innovators share a common experience in that they confront similar unfair & often illegal competitive pressures from
foreign nations every single day. Fair or unfair, these competitive pressures must be overcome.
USA must not lose its' economic independence through the decline of our wealth creating manufacturing sector.
Economic independence assures the existence of the United States of America as a land of free people.
American Made Heroes
applauds these well credentialed advocates speaking to the critical importance of maintaining our USA based manufacturing capabilities and
warning of the real dangers of its' decline.
Prof. Richard A. D'Aveni ... applauded for his clear message about mercantilism's impact on USA & required solutions.
Professor Richard D'Aveni
Professor of Strategic Management
The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.
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In 2007 and 2009, Professor D'Aveni was named to the Thinkers 50, a definitive listing of the world's top 50 business thinkers.
MA, D.Phil., is Laurence A. Tisch Professor of History at Harvard University and William Ziegler Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School. He is also a Senior Research Fellow at Jesus College, Oxford University, and a Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University.
Harvard Professor Niall Ferguson warns USA is "dangerously complacent" about China.
Professor Niall Ferguson answers these 2 simple questions ... "Should we care? Does it matter?"
Addresses the China Challenge.
Highly credentialed on China
USA must be smart & tough!
USA's business schools teach our smartest to push manufacturing off-shore!
12:55 into above interview is the quote at right.
Professor Clayton M. Christensen is the Kim B. Clark Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School; and is regarded as one of the world's top experts on innovation and growth.
Clayton M. Christensen, Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School.
Question: "Did you read Andy Grove's piece where he talked about this phenonemom that because we are not investing now in manufacturing that
the advantage is moving off-shore. He talked a lot about battery design for next generation cars and because we don't have the manufacturing
for that we are losing competative advantage."
Professor Christensen: "It really is scary" ..."The root cause of the problem is the Harvard (pause) the professors at business schools because,
for example, we teach our students that the way they measure profitability is return on capital employed as a common measure. So if I am
going to be measured by that then this is a ratio. I can get that ratio up by developing new products that generate attractive
profits to go in the numerator of that ratio and if, what the heck, if I just outsoruse everything then I get assets off of the denominator
of the ratio. Either way the ratio goes up. So the way we teach people (MBA students) to measure things it causes
us to outsource ..."