Using exciting new research; developed from years of hands-on business experience, Mr. Dent predicts a refreshingly positive and understandable view of the future. He also suggests practical applications at all levels, from business and investment strategy, to jobs and changes in the workplace. Although he forebodes mild setbacks between mid 1995 and 1996, his contrarian forecasts promote a new era of prosperity.
Mr. Dent is the author of the successful 1993 book release, The Great Boom Ahead, and publishes the H. S. Dent Forecast. His second book, Job Shock: Four New Principles Transforming Our Work and Business was published in 1995. His next book on the real estate market will be out in 1997.
Since 1988, he has been speaking to executives around the world. He has been consistently rated in the top 1% of speakers by the Executive Committee, a worldwide network of business CEOs.
He has appeared on Good Morning America, PBS, CNBC, The Business Channel, and has been featured in Fortune, Success, The Wall Street Journal, and Omni.
Mr. Dent received his MBA from Harvard Business School, where he was a Baker Scholar. He was elected to the Century Club for leadership excellence, after graduating number one in his class at the University of South Carolina with a degree in accounting and finance. He passed his CPA exam with the highest scores in southern Ohio.
While at Bain & Company he consulted at the
highest levels of business strategy to Fortune 100 companies. He has been CEO
of several growth companies and has acted as consultant to the leading edge
companies that are creating a new economy and charting the future of our
We are on the verge of the greatest boom in history.. This unprecedented boom period, from late 1998 into late 2008 and 2009, will be driven by two highly projectable factors, The huge baby boom generation will move into its peak spending years while computers and the Internet move into mainstream affordability and application. Mr. Dent makes economic and technological change simple and exciting. He explains how our work, organizations, and living circumstances will change, what types of companies and markets will grow, and why we will see low inflation despite high growth rates. He also suggests business and investment strategies aimed at exploiting this inevitable boom.
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