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CAN AMERICA WIN ITS ECONOMIC FUTURE? YES,” says the Architect of Inclusive Competitiveness ®, Johnathan M. Holifield. In this groundbreaking book – an Innovation Economy leader, civil rights advocate and former NFL athlete – Johnathan shines a bright light on shifting demographic trends in the United States and the dramatic impact this will have on our economic future. In CAN AMERICA WIN ITS ECONOMIC FUTURE? YES,” says the Architect of Inclusive Competitiveness ®, Johnathan M. Holifield. In this groundbreaking book – an Innovation Economy leader, civil rights advocate and former NFL athlete – Johnathan shines a bright light on shifting demographic trends in the United States and the dramatic impact this will have on our economic future. Inside these pages you’ll learn the potential pitfalls ahead, as well as the extraordinary opportunities for shared socio-economic prosperity. Although the economic narrative of the 20th century served America well, it will not – indeed, it cannot – meet the needs of the 21st century. Calling for “All Hands On Deck,” this book lays out an exciting way forward for America to win the future. Johnathan presents a compelling model for a new economic narrative and action framework for leaders in business, government, technology, education, philanthropy and the community, and also shows how important it is and will be to include disconnected Americans – women, Blacks, Hispanics and rural populations – if our country is to maintain its position of global economic leadership. This book is essential reading for anyone concerned about the socio-economic future of the U.S. What the experts are saying: “Brilliant! Unlike any other book written on economic development, this one encapsulates the challenges and opportunities of the nation through the lens of economic inclusion and competitiveness ideals. Johnathan has provided America a Rosetta Stone that will unleash America’s untapped economic prowess…” JAY WILLIAMS, FORMER U.S. ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF COMMERCE FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT “With a fresh voice, Holifield clearly identifies the economic imperative of our time. Prescribing a realignment of underserved community priorities to incorporate economic competitiveness, his restructuring framework is perceptive, coherent, and transcends political affiliations…” MICHAEL SCHREIBER, CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER, ROBERT F. KENNEDY HUMAN RIGHTS


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CAN AMERICA WIN ITS ECONOMIC FUTURE? YES,” says the Architect of Inclusive Competitiveness ®, Johnathan M. Holifield. In this groundbreaking book – an Innovation Economy leader, civil rights advocate and former NFL athlete – Johnathan shines a bright light on shifting demographic trends in the United States and the dramatic impact this will have on our economic future. In CAN AMERICA WIN ITS ECONOMIC FUTURE? YES,” says the Architect of Inclusive Competitiveness ®, Johnathan M. Holifield. In this groundbreaking book – an Innovation Economy leader, civil rights advocate and former NFL athlete – Johnathan shines a bright light on shifting demographic trends in the United States and the dramatic impact this will have on our economic future. Inside these pages you’ll learn the potential pitfalls ahead, as well as the extraordinary opportunities for shared socio-economic prosperity. Although the economic narrative of the 20th century served America well, it will not – indeed, it cannot – meet the needs of the 21st century. Calling for “All Hands On Deck,” this book lays out an exciting way forward for America to win the future. Johnathan presents a compelling model for a new economic narrative and action framework for leaders in business, government, technology, education, philanthropy and the community, and also shows how important it is and will be to include disconnected Americans – women, Blacks, Hispanics and rural populations – if our country is to maintain its position of global economic leadership. This book is essential reading for anyone concerned about the socio-economic future of the U.S. What the experts are saying: “Brilliant! Unlike any other book written on economic development, this one encapsulates the challenges and opportunities of the nation through the lens of economic inclusion and competitiveness ideals. Johnathan has provided America a Rosetta Stone that will unleash America’s untapped economic prowess…” JAY WILLIAMS, FORMER U.S. ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF COMMERCE FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT “With a fresh voice, Holifield clearly identifies the economic imperative of our time. Prescribing a realignment of underserved community priorities to incorporate economic competitiveness, his restructuring framework is perceptive, coherent, and transcends political affiliations…” MICHAEL SCHREIBER, CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER, ROBERT F. KENNEDY HUMAN RIGHTS

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Paul Szydlowski

    Solutions for a Globally Competitive America Johnathan Holified offers concrete steps to make the U.S. more competitive by leveraging the underutilized talents of the disconnected communities in our midst. Instead of recruiting 21st century talent from abroad, let's develop it here at home (and still grab what overseas talent we can when needed). This is not a "give a man a fish" book, but neither is it a pull up your own bootstraps take. Instead, it is an honest, realistic proposal on how to bri Solutions for a Globally Competitive America Johnathan Holified offers concrete steps to make the U.S. more competitive by leveraging the underutilized talents of the disconnected communities in our midst. Instead of recruiting 21st century talent from abroad, let's develop it here at home (and still grab what overseas talent we can when needed). This is not a "give a man a fish" book, but neither is it a pull up your own bootstraps take. Instead, it is an honest, realistic proposal on how to bring forgotten communities into the information economy through a program known as "Inclusive Competitiveness." Every business leader, economic developer and government official interested in reducing poverty and dependence (rarely discussed as the purpose of IC), or desirous of improving our nation's competitive position should not only read, but embrace this book.

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