Bill George

Professor of Management Practices, Harvard Business School

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Professor of Management Practices at Harvard Business School and co-author of True North: Discover Your Authentic Leadership; former CEO of medical device maker Medtronic and member of the Board of Directors of Exxon Mobile and Goldman Sachs

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The first Labor Day was in 1894, but in 2010, union membership in the private sector is 7.2% and declining. Two years into the Great Recession, 15 million Americans are unemployed.

It's Labor Day, Where's Organized Labor?

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