Many people are talking about the income gap between the have and the have-nots. Having real data provides meaning to the observations sited as fact by many pundits. Catey Hill...
One of the great questions of our time is how can we promote equality. It is easy to point out the times when there are unequal practices. One way to promote equal practices is to support productivity. The customer wants their product at the price they are willing to pay at the time they want it. The productivity will allow for anyone to be part of that product cycle; thus, we attain equality. Anyone can be part of the process and attain equal status in any segment, i.e. pay, status, etc. The way to support this is through capital spending for long term growth. Thus, inequality can best be reduced by government policies that promote capital spending, not discouraging it.
Gary Kapanowski – Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt – Excelsior
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