From ancient Egyptian philosophers spoken and written of by Molefi Asante, Jacob Caruthers, Chiek Anta Diop and Psychologist Wade Noble; to ancient Greek thinkers like Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle; to Christian philosophers such as Augustine, Anselm, and Aquinas; to the shapers of modern thought such as Hume, Kant, and Nietzsche; What are the consequences of each of these thinkers and other important thinkers' ideas on world events, theology, the fine arts and culture? Are we, as a society, still scratching to survive our ideologies?
The President & CEO and Founder of C.L.I.C.K. Services, NFP, Fred Nance Jr., received his Bachelor and Master degrees from Roosevelt University, Chicago, Illinois. He received his Doctor of Philosophy degree from Walden University.
Dr. Nance’s doctoral studies are in the discipline of Human Services with a focus on Social Policy Analysis and Planning. The general focus of his doctoral studies has been toward advocating for the socially disenfranchised and disadvantaged. Dr. Nance has examined and studied social theoretical constructs, conducted research on policy issues and professional practices in societal development, human development, organization and social systems and ethics.
C.L.I.C.K.'s program and policy development advocates for the socially disenfranchised and disadvantaged promoting social change. Human/social service providers compete against one-another with "red ocean" strategies where competition dictates existing market space. Exploitation is the existing demand. Value-cost is the trade off where alignment of system activities with its strategic choice of differentiation or low cost is lost. C.L.I.C.K.'s adoption of "blue ocean" strategies creates uncontested market space, makes the competition irrelevant, creates and captures new demand, breaks the value-cost trade off, and aligns whole system activities in pursuit of differentiation and low cost.
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