In the past two decades, the Middle-American family has been through a revolution, incited and sustained to a large extent by the way we do business. The emergence of a service economy has facilitated—indeed relied upon—the entry of large numbers of women into our work force. Figures from the U.S. Department of Education document the magnitude of change
In by-gone, simpler days, when people knew what was right and what was wrong, trust wasn’t an issue. Everyone knew who the good guys and the bad guys were. But over time, the black and white of right and wrong turned to shades of grey, and now trust has become important at home and at work.