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Daniel H. Pink
Booknotes, Sunday, November 18, 2001
Daniel H. Pink discusses Free Agent Nation: The Future of Working for Yourself.

The Organization Man is history. Taking his place is America's new economic icon: the "free agent"—the job-hopping, tech-savvy, fulfillment-seeking self-employed independent worker. Already 30 million strong, these new "dis-organization" men and women are transforming America in ways both profound and exhilarating. In this landmark book, Daniel H. Pink offers the definitive account of this revolution in work. He shows who these free agents are—from the marketing consultant down the street to the home-based mompreneur to the footloose technology contractor—and why they've forged this new path. His entertaining and provocative account of the new frontier of work reveals how America's independent workers are shaking up all our institutions—from politics to education to the family. —from the author's website (timspalding)… (more)

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