Most people shun the word conspiracy. The media has made it seem like all conspiracies are theories and that anyone who discusses them is a tinfoil hat. Yet anyone who has studied history or business knows that conspiracies are a part of the human experience. Once we realize this, the question arises: what conspiracies are occurring in our time that are significant? What perceptions of the world do we hold that are incorrect? Western civilization, although technologically advanced beyond the days of a Flat Earth or geocentric universe, is blind to it’s own corruptions. Our governing practices were established over a century ago – and have evolved very little. If we could apply the success we’ve had in science, technology, and understanding the human condition to the way we govern our society, what would our world look like?
Be forewarned. The journey starts off frightfully dark and many people do not have the emotional fortitude to face the real demons. But if you make the journey it is very rewarding to realize that we have at our disposal the means to create a remarkable world for the next generation if we so choose.
This book blends business management strategies leveraged by technology to address the inherent problems in governments. Presented in a clear, step-by-step manner that provides readers with a unique and fresh look at alternatives to our present system.
Grant Elder Author
Grant Elder BA. CPA-CMA is a management consultant engaged by diverse industries across the North American continent over the past 20 years to improve efficiency and effectiveness in large businesses. His primary focus is the integration of improvement methodologies and collaborative technologies into a corporations overall management control system. His study of politics and understanding of the advancements in both business and technology over time have led to this book. He grew up in Quebec, Canada and graduated with an undergraduate degree from Concordia University in Political Science followed by a Management Accounting degree from McGill. He lives with his wife Kelly and sons Ashton and Colby near Montreal, Quebec where he enjoys a multitude of hobbies and sports including welding, sailing, downhill skiing and of course reading and internet browsing.
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