The crash of 1929 put a large part of the overall social structures at stake. It had a strong impact over societies, particularly as regards financial relations. What followed was a period of economic stability, succeeded by a period of prosperity. The new reality entails thoughts, ideas and circumstances like Internet services, wireless technologies, distance learning, the evolution of blogs, revaluation of professions, fields of endeavour and products, ever-growing competition, changes in workforce, new government policies and many more features, whose developmental speed seems unrealistic to the average employee, especially when paralleled to the extent in which such constant change is actually possible. Moreover, trends tend to wear off, may these regard consumption or not. Even the way energy sources are being exploited nowadays has nothing to do with how people are going to treat them in the feature. A reasonable question arises at this point, as to the way circumstances have been so far; the answer would probably entail visionary leaders who spoke of team-spirit and aspired to be able to manage their organisations all by themselves, attempting to impose rules on the grounds of pretexts which matched their agenda

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