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Challenges to Human Prosperity

Gatty James

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Published by JMC Publishing House, 2007
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Title: Challenges to Human Prosperity

Publisher: JMC Publishing House

Publication Date: 2007

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Brand New

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Challenges to Human Prosperity is an examination of some of the challenges that organizations, humans and other socioeconomic forces pose to attempts that Africans make to prosper in the Americas. What are these challenges? In this work, they are identified as methods that some of the foregoing forces create towards engendering their own socioeconomic deliverance, which Africans procure as one size fit all methods with which we could eliminate the poverty, marginalization and other sins that we encounter in our environments. To the author, even as the foregoing methods impede our to attempts prosper in our communities, Africans continue to use such elements towards solving the problems that we encounter in our daily lives. He examines the basis of our continuous utilization of such methods towards building our lives and blames the slow rate at which we are able to implement our socioeconomic transformations where we abide on that behavior. Finally, the author by introducing his Theory W method of human resource management revisits the powerful contributions that our ancestors, as they interacted in chattel slavery, made to the creation of trade unionism and the dynamics of modern scientific human resource management in today's capitalism. The author then calls on Africans to make our ancestors proud by valiantly harnessing the socioeconomic powers with which we are endowed, but as a kingdom force, which is anchored by our own God-force, as the basis by which we would be able to manage the challenges that constantly seek to impede our prosperity in the Americas.

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For over twenty-five years, Gatty James has been a practicing business consultant to a variety of businesses and individuals in the City of New York. Among those to which he provided management, planning, taxation, personal finance and other business related advice have been professionals, regular hard working individuals, medical practices, manufacturers and other small and medium sized businesses. His interactions with the foregoing players in the USA, the Caribbean and other parts of the world gave Mr. James unique insights into the challenges by which the foregoing businesses and individuals, especially Africans, are bombarded day after day; as such players try achieve rapid social and economic transformations where they abide. What really are those challenges? Where do they come from? What roles do they play as relegators of Africans and their environments to colonization, poverty and underdevelopment? How could we overcome such challenges? It was his quest to find answers to these questions that prompted Gatty to migrate from Tobago to New York City in 1966 where he spent the last forty years conducting studies in business management, sociology, post chattel slavery African psychology and business history. Gatty holds Masters Degrees in Accounting and Taxation from Long Island University, and an MBA from the same school. He is a practicing Minister of Religion in New York City, the Pastor and founder of Redemption Community World Ministries, Inc., Redemption Quality of Life Center and Redemption Institute of Theology. By producing Challenges to Human Prosperity, Natives in Transition, and other works, the author hopes to shed insights into ways by which Africans could overcome socioeconomic and other challenges that the world s peoples, its organizations and production systems pose to Africans who evolved out of chattel slavery, as we try to implement actions by which we could prosper in the communities in which we abide.

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