Continuing the topic of work in the US, we have the following: Who Killed the GE Model? I can't think of this topic without thinking of Jack Welch. Business schools. GE, and Jack Welch in particular, were heroes of business schools. But the role of business schools in the demise of the GE model cuts both ways. If you think business schools today teach the wrong things, then you might blame GE’s professional management system itself for leading the company astray. On the other hand, if you think that business schools generally teach the right things, then that, too, can be seen as a cause of GE’s demise. On a separate note: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news...f-the-developed-world/?utm_term=.b742754d4ae4 Again, what people constantly and idiotically miss every time they compare Europe(or any country) and US is culture. We don't have the pride in our country the way others do in theirs. Everything comes from that.