Jim Tomlinson, Ph.D.
(from Time Magazine - April 13, 1999)
1900 - Organizations were Product-centered 2000 - Organizations are Information-centered
Life Expectancy Median Age in U.S.
(in the U.S. today <2000> people over the age of 65 outnumber people who are teenagers - of all the humans who have ever lived and reached the age of 65, more than 1/2 of them are alive today - the fastest "growing" segment of the U.S. population, are people aged 85+)
Source: Mayo Clinic Aging Well Project -http://www.mayohealth.org/mayo/9810/htm/aging.htm)
World Population US Population
Infant Mortality Rates
Population of Major Cities
Irrigated Crop Land % of Workforce Who Farm
Work Hours Per Week Average Weekly Income (U.S.)
U.S. EVERY DAY LIFE IN 1900- 1998
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