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

Bill George on KCRW

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?

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.

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